Sky Cruiser No Stick Pyrotechnic Rockets Fireworks For Pakistan Market

Sky Cruiser No Stick Pyrotechnic Rockets Fireworks For Pakistan Market

Sky cruiser is small size without stick sky rocket. It spins powerfully and fly upward to sky very fast, end with very big report. This No Stick Pyrotechnic Rockets are popular in Pakistan and Mid-East Asia market. Product picture: Package: 120/10,means 10 pieces...
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Product Details

Basic Information: 

Fireworks type:

Stickless Rockets

Item No.:

CF8013

Item Name:

Sky Cruiser No Stick Pyrotechnic Rockets Fireworks For Pakistan Market

Packing:

120/10

CBM/Weight:

0.028m3/20kg

Size:

Φ2.1*3.8cm

Catalog:

F2 fireworks rocket

Feature:

Paper tube rocket

Advantages:

Wholesale pyrotechnic factory price

Effects:

Spin,fly and super loud blast.

Payment:

T/T

MOQ:

50 cartons


Description:

Sky cruiser is small size without stick sky rocket. It spins powerfully and fly upward to sky very fast, end with very big report. This No Stick Pyrotechnic Rockets are popular in Pakistan and Mid-East Asia market.

Product picture:

Sky Cruiser Rockets Fireworks.jpg

Package:

120/10,means 10 pieces of Sky Cruiser rockets in one pack,120 packs in one carton.

About rocket fireworks:

Rockets are popular aerial-style fireworks that blast upward into the air and dazzle bystanders with special effects. Rockets are a real blast! Once lit, the fuse on this fire work burns quickly into the core of the rocket where it ignites the pyrotechnic compounds within – typically gunpowder made of potassium nitrate, charcoal and sulfur. Once the core fills up with flames, the gunpowder is rapidly exposed, is burned and provides propulsion as the heating gases expand and escape through the rocket’s nozzle. Rockets are available in a range of colors, reports (bangs), flashes and other effects created with special pyrotechnic ingredients added to the gunpowder at manufacturing time.  These special effects are usually experienced after the rocket has burned all its gunpowder fuel and is near the top of its ascent. History buffs will be interested to know that rockets are the oldest form of fireworks developed by the Chinese in the second century B.C. First created for religious events, these fire rockets were later modified in the Middle Ages and used as flaming arrows in battle. The invention and addition of gunpowder to rockets during this time period made them weapons that could be launched further than a long bow or cannon. In the late 1700s, an American army colonel named Congreve created rockets which could propel up to a four miles distance.

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