Discussion in 'Sky Crafter' started by POB's Pyro, May 26, 2017.
49 shot 30mm dum bum is the loudest thing I've heard
Is Redemption caged? or is it a straight 1.4?
If it is 1.4 and similar loudness (salutes) to other 1.3 cakes, then that is quite 'innovative'.
1.4, no cage.
That's very interesting. Fair play to Brothers if they've managed to design a 1.4 product that is being 'considered' in the same terms as some of the loud 1.3 cakes.
1.4 advancement certainly helps with storage
To save myself crawling through the regulations, is 1.4 = 5% flash of the NEC of the whole barrage or 5% per shot? Just wondering if the mine lifts 'dilute' out the % flash somehow?
I seem to remember the flash limit was linked to the shots (otherwise you could really up the burst charge)
It’s linked to each “shot” not the piece as a whole
I thought so.
One of the better fireworks for 2017.
2017 actual stock, filmed from 45 metres:
This is 1.3G by the way, not 1.4G. The UN carton has 1.3G and "Redemption 1.3G".
How bizarre. Mine are marked up as 1.4G..
Oh wow, very odd. My delivery note from Brothers said 1.4G but all UN cartons were marked up as 1.3G. Very confusing...
Well that seems to question my optimism in my earlier post...
A side by side comparison would be interesting...
If there are two variants, with differing classification, and more importantly different effects / breaks / power etc, without being told or given the option, then that is just a complete joke..
I can't even be bothered to phone them up far an explanation.
Would that be a first....? I can't think of any others in parallel.
(It might actually work where storage is an issue for some retailers)
I've had "caged" rockets delivered by Brothers without a cage! Luckily I noticed the box wasn't as heavy as it should have been so sent it back there and then.
They did offer caged and uncaged versions of 5 Alive and Astro Blaster. The price was the same, which I couldn't understand.
Looks like everybody else thought the same and bought the caged ones.
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