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SKU: F3-ZF-RP76-ZEUS/4

Zeus Rocket Pack (4pcs)

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Pack of 4 Giant Display Rockets

Big rockets with a big aerial bursts - come in 4 flavours

Effects include:

  • Flower Crown with Red Pistil
  • Brocade King with Blue stars
  • Fantastic Ring
  • Sunflower

Recommended Safety Distance xx Metres

It is important you understand that safety distances should be observed. If the firework malfunctions you will be glad you did!

Number of Shots: xx
Calibre(s): xx mm
Firing Pattern: xx
Noise Level (1-5): xx
Approximate Duration: xx seconds
Approximate Firing Height: xx Metres
Firework Classification: xx
Hazard Class: xx
Net Explosive Content (NEC): xx grams
Firework dimensions: L xx cm by D xx cm by H xx cm

Set-up & firing for Rockets

Follow the directions as instructed on the fireworks warning label. Please be aware of the required safety distances for firers and spectators.

Step 1 - Insert launch tube into the ground or attach securely to a stake and angle slightly away from spectators. Ensure tube is secure and can not fall over.

Step 2 - Insert rocket stick into launch tube and make sure it is free to rise.

Rocket launch tube preparation

Step 3 - Remove orange fuse cap. (It is worth removing the cap well in advance of your display and putting back on, often they are glued on and can be quite hard to remove.)

Step 4 - Ensuring no part of your body is over the firework. Standing sideways, at arm’s length light outermost end of the fuse and retire immediately to the stated distance on the firework label.

Get rocket ready to light

 

Further Advice

Angle your Rocket Tube

Give your rocket tube a slight angle away from the audience, this will encourage it not to fly towards the audience. Rockets are erratic in flight because the long stick acts as a rudder and just because the wind at ground level is blowing one way it might be blowing in a completely different direction at 100 metres!

Wet Weather 

Do not wrap your rockets in plastic, you can put a bag over the rockets to protect them from the rain temporarily but it must be removed before lighting.

What is the minimum set-up I need to do?

Sorry, there are no shortcuts with rockets - you always need to launch them from a tube. You can use plumbing pipes (plastic or copper) if you have them.

    Essential safety checks

    Ensure your rocket head, engine and stick are all securely glued together. If anything is loose then don't fire it. If the delay fuse is loose or missing don't fire the rocket.

      Dud Rockets

      Very occasionally the internal fuse can fail and although the rocket launches it does not burst. This means the rocket head and stick will return to earth.

      It is important you make an effort to find this rocket as it still has active pyrotechnics in it. When located place in a bin bag and contact us about returning the firework for a refund and safe disposal.

       

      Top Tips

      More to come

       

      The videos & images of products on this site are for guidance only

      Due to the 'hand-built' nature of fireworks the duration, effects and visuals can vary from batch to batch and from item to item.

      Explosive materials are erratic by nature and perform differently depending on environmental conditions at the time of firing.

      See our Terms of Service

      Description

      Pack of 4 Giant Display Rockets

      Big rockets with a big aerial bursts - come in 4 flavours

      Effects include:

      • Flower Crown with Red Pistil
      • Brocade King with Blue stars
      • Fantastic Ring
      • Sunflower
      Tech Specs

      Recommended Safety Distance xx Metres

      It is important you understand that safety distances should be observed. If the firework malfunctions you will be glad you did!

      Number of Shots: xx
      Calibre(s): xx mm
      Firing Pattern: xx
      Noise Level (1-5): xx
      Approximate Duration: xx seconds
      Approximate Firing Height: xx Metres
      Firework Classification: xx
      Hazard Class: xx
      Net Explosive Content (NEC): xx grams
      Firework dimensions: L xx cm by D xx cm by H xx cm

      Set-up & Firing

      Set-up & firing for Rockets

      Follow the directions as instructed on the fireworks warning label. Please be aware of the required safety distances for firers and spectators.

      Step 1 - Insert launch tube into the ground or attach securely to a stake and angle slightly away from spectators. Ensure tube is secure and can not fall over.

      Step 2 - Insert rocket stick into launch tube and make sure it is free to rise.

      Rocket launch tube preparation

      Step 3 - Remove orange fuse cap. (It is worth removing the cap well in advance of your display and putting back on, often they are glued on and can be quite hard to remove.)

      Step 4 - Ensuring no part of your body is over the firework. Standing sideways, at arm’s length light outermost end of the fuse and retire immediately to the stated distance on the firework label.

      Get rocket ready to light

       

      Further Advice

      Angle your Rocket Tube

      Give your rocket tube a slight angle away from the audience, this will encourage it not to fly towards the audience. Rockets are erratic in flight because the long stick acts as a rudder and just because the wind at ground level is blowing one way it might be blowing in a completely different direction at 100 metres!

      Wet Weather 

      Do not wrap your rockets in plastic, you can put a bag over the rockets to protect them from the rain temporarily but it must be removed before lighting.

      What is the minimum set-up I need to do?

      Sorry, there are no shortcuts with rockets - you always need to launch them from a tube. You can use plumbing pipes (plastic or copper) if you have them.

        Essential safety checks

        Ensure your rocket head, engine and stick are all securely glued together. If anything is loose then don't fire it. If the delay fuse is loose or missing don't fire the rocket.

          Dud Rockets

          Very occasionally the internal fuse can fail and although the rocket launches it does not burst. This means the rocket head and stick will return to earth.

          It is important you make an effort to find this rocket as it still has active pyrotechnics in it. When located place in a bin bag and contact us about returning the firework for a refund and safe disposal.

           

          Top Tips

          More to come

           

          Video/Image Disclaimer

          The videos & images of products on this site are for guidance only

          Due to the 'hand-built' nature of fireworks the duration, effects and visuals can vary from batch to batch and from item to item.

          Explosive materials are erratic by nature and perform differently depending on environmental conditions at the time of firing.

          See our Terms of Service