Brocade Crown Horsetail joins our wonderful Pro Collection. This stunning professional quality low noise barrage. With 36 shots. Offering excellent Brocade Crown Horsetails. with amazing glittering gold tails. While spreading over a duration of 30 seconds.
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Brocade Crown Horsetail joins our wonderful Pro Collection. This stunning professional quality low noise barrage. With 36 shots. Offering excellent Brocade Crown Horsetails. with amazing glittering gold tails. While spreading over a duration of 30 seconds. With almost 500gms of net explosive content. And a low 3 out of 10 noise rating. For this category 2 firework. Meanwhile, we have a great selection of Low Noise Fireworks. So follow the link to add some stunning fireworks to your display.
All barrages and firework cakes. Including Brocade Crown Horsetail should never be left free-standing. With that in mind insert into soft ground. Or secure to a stake (which has been sunk into the ground). And secure with strong tape or cable ties. While making sure that the firework cannot fall over. Additionally, check that there are no overhanging trees or cables obscuring the path of the firework. While this information can be found. On the Brocade Crown Horsetail label. Also, check that the wind is not blowing towards your spectators. While a strong wind, rather than rain, is actually the most dangerous weather condition to contend with! Two factors come into play, the strength of the wind and the direction.
You should never, light fireworks if firework debris goes towards the audience. While you can overcome this problem in two ways. You can move you, spectators, further back or to a safer location. Or move your firing site. However, you may need to consider cancelling or postponing your display. If the conditions become unsafe. For further advice on all your firework needs. Why not contact, or visit one of our showrooms. Which can be found in Colchester or Ipswich. Where are professionally trained staff are there to help? Also, check out our Safety Video by clicking on the link