When it comes to fireworks, the biggest and best can be expensive. However, there are ways to save money and get a great display. For example, you can watch the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks or the Wawa Welcome America July 4th Fireworks and Concert in New York City. There are also several fireworks shows in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. You can also go to Boston and see the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular.
Yuriy Yaniv’s Sparkler candle
In 2013, Ukrainian Yuriy Yaniv created a massive firework using more than 10,000 sparklers. The sparklers were placed in a large pot, which was then braced with cardboard, dirt, and kitchen foil. The firework weighed 50 kilograms and could burn for two days straight, if lit one at a time. Yaniv used a GoPro camera to film the entire process, and even brought two fire extinguishers.
1.75″ ball shells by winda fireworks
If you’re thinking about getting some fireworks for your backyard fireworks show, you can choose between ball shells and canisters. Ball shells have a wider diameter, are symmetric, and contain a higher pyrotechnic content than canisters. Ball shells are the largest fireworks you can buy and are usually more than one inch long. They can have one or more breaks, and are available in several colors.
Grucci’s Growler 5″ Artillery
The Growler 5″ Artillery is a 60g canister shell that comes in a variety of colors and effects. The shells are packed in two HDPE tubes and come in a case of 24 shells. You can find these shells at any Jake’s Fireworks or World Class Fireworks location.
Keystone’s 3″ single shot tubes
If you are looking for the largest firework you can buy, you can opt for Keystone’s 3″ single shot tubes. These fireworks come in nine-shot racks or single shot tubes with a maximum charge of 500 grams of powder. These fireworks have a great burst and are easy to ignite. They are accompanied with launch tubes made of High-Density Poly Ethylene plastic.
1.3G and 1.4G classifications of fireworks
Consumer fireworks are classified into two classes, 1.3G and 1.4G, based on their volatility. 1.3G fireworks contain less than two grains of explosive composition, while 1.4G fireworks contain more than four grains. They must meet certain regulations regarding their composition, construction, and labeling.
Legality of consumer fireworks
Consumer fireworks are legal to buy and display in most states, as long as they don’t exceed 50 milligrams of gunpowder. Unlike commercial fireworks, consumer fireworks must meet certain safety standards, such as the fuse burning for three to nine seconds. They are also regulated by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).