This new 105 shot compound offers brilliant bursts and rapid rate of fire to fill the sky with a stunning mixed firing pattern combining 25 and 30mm bore size.
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Why not deliver the Knockout punch to your display. With this new cat3, 105 shot compound barrage/cake. To begin with a volley of red comet stars, Simultaneously bursting into a colourful brocade. Followed up with two bursts of wide-angled brilliant red comet tails. While next up blue comet stars, exploding into dragon eggs. With two more banks of bright green wide-angled comet tails. Leading to a brocade of coloured strobing stars. Specifically vivid red, green, gold and blue. With a final volley leading into a red and golden exploding sun.
Meanwhile Knockout offers brilliant bursts and a rapid rate of fire. to fill the sky. With a stunning mixed firing pattern combining 25 and 30mm bore size. While this compound with nearly 2kg of explosive weight. With a time of 60 seconds and a 9 out of 10 noise level. Including huge bursts and plenty of crackles. In summary, this firework will have your spectators on the ropes. Meanwhile, why not take a look at Sparticus. Another firework that lands a good punch.
As with all fireworks, including Knockout. It’s very important to follow the safety information. Which you will find on the firework label. And also following the information. On our safety guide which has been provided. While it’s about keeping everyone safe to enjoy the fun of the fireworks. Without anyone coming to harm. Especially important is the safety of your audience and firers. With this in mind, all fireworks will have a required safety distance. For your audience and your firer. Whilst the safety distance for Knockout is 25 metres (approximately 82 feet). These are the minimum requirements for your safety. Also, extend the spectator distance where possible. While making sure that the wind and the display are angled away from the spectators. In addition, you can tackle wind by moving your fireworks display further away. Or by relocating the spectators to a safer area.