fireworks crackers

fireworks crackers manufacturing

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Contact 9730175469 / 9730173696.

Basic requirements:

• Land: 1 acre
• Electricity: 50hp
• Manpower: 8 to 9

Raw material requirements:

• Salt petry
• Sulphur
• Carbon
• Aluminium powder
• Berata
• Bussa
• Nichiya
• Gun-powder
• Blasting powder
• Potash
• Cast iron
• Phuljari Box

Machinery requirements:

• Paper cutting machine 32” complete with motor
• Disintegrator 12” complete with 20 HP motor
• Flour Mills 12” complete with 7.5 HP motor
• Conical grinders complete with 3 HP motor
• Wire straightening & cutting machine
• Strapping operation tools (manual)

Manufacturing process:

The chemicals which form ‘explosive mixtures’ have to be properly mixed. The mixture will then be filled in suitable containers which will be closed after inserting the fuse. There are also other processes such as coating, dipping, etc. depending upon the products manufactured. Later the articles are wrapped and packed in cartons. The process of manufacture depends upon the nature of article produced. In case of different products, the manufacturing process is briefly mentioned below:
1. Rocket:
For preparation of Rocket, initially bamboo cases or boxes are made, which are then covered by jute. Thereafter crushed sulphur and salt petry are put into the cases. A stick also is placed into it.
2. Letter Tree:
The letter of the letter tree is made of Halpata which is covered by some pieces of cloth. Then sulphur is applied followed by black gun powder.
3. Cherki:
The cases or boxes of Cherki are made of bamboo, which is then covered by jute. Thereafter crushed sulphur and salt petry are poured into the cases with the help of a stick.
4. Mater Gash:
Mater gash cases are made of paper. Sulphur and salt petry are crushed separately. These crushed substances are taken mixed with aluminium powder etc. Lastly the mixture is poured into the cases and fully covered.
5. Phuljari:
The cases of phuljari are made of clay. Salphur, salt petry and carbon are separately crushed. The mixture is then put into the Phuljari case with the help of a stick.


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