Bill Weimer: Hi! I am Bill Weimer with Phantom Fireworks and today we are talking about the selection and proper use of consumer fireworks. Now we are going to talk about aerial repeaters. An aerial repeater is a device that propels successive, multiple shots into the air that burst and give you color and your effects. Essentially, an aerial repeater is a collection of several tubes bound together, fused sequentially that propel the small shots up into the air that burst and give you your effect and your colors.
Like all firework devices, an aerial repeater should be shot from a hard, flat leveled surface and like a tube, because it produces thrust energy that shoots down to the bottom, the product has to be stabilized and again we recommend using a brick on either side of the aerial repeater with one brick facing the audience. So if there is a tip over, it doesn't tip towards the audience.
Some aerial repeaters function with a side-to-side, back-and-forth or V effect. Those aerial repeaters all have marking that show which end of the product should face the audience. So it's very important to look at all the markings on a consumer firework device. As with all firework devices, when the functionality is ended, flood it with water, cure it outside overnight before you attempt to dispose off the product.
We hope this information is helpful to you so that you can properly select and use consumer fireworks in such a manner to allow your family to have a wonderful fireworks experience. Thank you.