The Titanium Thunder Fountain is an intense white crackling fountain. Which comes with a great force. While erupting into a large titanium cloud. While small in size. However big on performance. With beautiful bright silver effects with crackle. A low noise fountain.
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|Noise level (1-10)|
|Safety distance (metres)|
|Explosive weight (g)|
The Titanium Thunder Fountain is an intense white crackling fountain. Which comes with a great force. While erupting into a large titanium cloud. While small in size. However big on performance. With beautiful bright silver effects with crackle. A low noise fountain. With a 3 out of 10 noise level. For our Titanium Thunder Fountain category 2 firework. with a duration of 15 seconds. And if you are looking for low noise fireworks? Then check out our Low Noise Fireworks section here.
As with all fireworks, Including Titanium Thunder Fountain. You need to choose your firing site carefully. While choosing an area of flat ground. With enough distance that should include. A safe distance for your spectators. Also, enough room to set up your fireworks. And a good fall out area for any debris. In addition check for any overhead obstructions. For example trees, cables or buildings. Also, never leave your fountains, candles and barrages freestanding. While we recommend securing them to a post or stake. That has been secured into the ground. While using strong tape or cable ties to secure the firework to the stake or post. Additionally, have a hose or a bucket of water to hand. As some fireworks can continue to burn after finishing. The bucket of water can also be used for any fireworks that fail to ignite. Or have only part fired? By placing them in the bucket of water. And leaving them to soak overnight. Additionally, never put used fireworks onto a bonfire. Also if you are having a bonfire at your event. Please ensure that the bonfire is always supervised throughout. While remembering they should be downwind of the firing area. And never use inflammable’s to start the fire. And under no circumstance dispose of fireworks, used or unused on the bonfire. In addition, check our guide to safety video by clicking the link. To help you and your spectators remain safe