LOTUS FIREWORKS CO. & MUSEUM
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GRANTVILLE, PA 17028
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|FIREWORKS SAFETY TIPS|
- Properly secure fireworks from purchase time to display time. Dampness is to be avoided!
- Follow directions carefully.
- Have adult supervision when selecting a display site.
- Use caution when selecting a display site.
- Never shoot fireworks on a windy day.
- Always wear safety glasses.
- Use caution and common sense when display area is dry.
- Alcohol, drugs, smoking, and fireworks don't mix.
- Stay away from illegal type fireworks such as M-80s & quarter sticks. They have been banned by officials since 1966.
Company strongly recommends that any type of fireworks device not be
taken on any passenger aircraft. However, you are able to ship
them Air Cargo (very expensive). For more information look up on web
|Roman Candles (all types)|
hold candles in your hand. Anchor candle firmly in ground or bucket of
sand. Never place any part of your body over open end. If it does not
ignite, stay back for at least 15 minutes.
Multi Shot Repeaters (all types)
repeating devices need plenty of room to show off their beautiful
effects. Place device on firm level ground in an open area.
Retire to a safe distance after lighting. Be sure to always
anchor securely to ground.
Parachutes (all types)
These mortar type devices always need plenty of room. Never shoot them on a windy day. Anchor securely to the ground.
Sky Rockets (all types)
rockets travel as high as 300 to 400 feet in the air. Rockets are
highly unpredictable, as they need plenty of open space. Shooting out
over water is desirable. Firing rocket from a 1/2" metal pipe, slightly
tipped in the desired direction gives best results. Be sure that the
launch rod of rocket moves freely in the tube before firing.
Caution, these devices may have unpredictable flight paths. Never shoot
rockets in dry areas or windy conditions!
device should be anchored firmly to a wood surface, usually with a nail
provided with each device. Make sure enough room is given and the wheel
turns freely before igniting.
Fire Crackers or Lady Fingers
crackers are exploding devices! Common sense and strict adult
supervision should apply. Remember, these noise items can also cause a
Sparklers (all types)
devices are very beautiful but they can give a nasty burn when held or
used improperly. Always have adult supervision. Children should never
be allowed to use fireworks! They are definitely a fire hazard.
devices come in many variations, some work better than others. Always
give these devices plenty of room to maneuver 300 to 400 feet. Be
certain that the device is right side up on a smooth surface. Never
shoot when windy!
Aerial Shells (all types)
device needs plenty of room to operate successfully, 100-300 feet
depending on the size of the tube. Overhead clearance is important.
Always anchor firmly to the ground. Never shoot when windy. Never place
any part of body over open end of tube when igniting. If shell doesn't
go off, wait at least 15 minutes before disposing. To properly
dispose after waiting, leave shell in tube and discard unspent shell
into a bucket of water handling only the tube. Keep end of tube pointed away from body and face, and away from anyone in surrounding area.
Fountains (all types)
are usually the safest fireworks to display, but they can burn you and
can be a fire hazard. 50 ft. in all directions is advisable for margin
of safety. Dirt, gravel, or green grass is the safest to display on.
Anchoring fountain to ground gives the best results.
Missiles (winged rockets)
these devices may have unpredictable flight paths. A good quality,
well-balanced missile flies the straightest. However, they should be
given close attention and plenty of open space. 500 to 600 ft.
clearance over water or dirt is advisable.
devices are not considered fireworks, still, caution should always be
used. Never use smoke items in a confined area. Some of the larger
smokes emit a flame for a few seconds, therefore they can be a fire
These sparkling type devices come in many types. Always use them on a large, smooth surface away from all flammable objects.