Roman candles are a traditional English firework and an important part of any display. They produce multiple shots of aerial stars and effects for up to 30 seconds and are especially
effective when fired in pairs. Eruption candle pots fire up to 70 shots each and are all 18mm calibre for greater effect.
Mines are supplied in and fired from a mortar tube, which has to be buried in the ground. Each mine produces a dramatic column of stars and noise from the ground level upwards.