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#1 fr3dopyrox

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Posted 20 February 2021 - 06:32 PM

Hello friends,
I have blue chlorate organic and red chlorate stars, i will burst with h3 , i only granulats h3 , and if i can mix simple rice hulls with h3 granulate for slow down the breack and dont shattering my little stars:12 mm , my ball shell is 2,5 inch and 4 inch , and do you think 2 layers of maltese pasting is enough? What do you think ? Thanks you guys

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#2 pyrojig

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Posted 21 February 2021 - 11:14 AM

You can coat on hulls to slow down and reduce the amount of burst in the shell
. The critical part is size control with the mesh with the of the granulated h3. Must be consistent, and carefully sifted to give perfect breaks you can recreate
. As you may already know , most chlorate stars don't usually need prime, but it wouldn't hurt to get complete ignition on the whole star surface .
Paste layers vary on h3 breaks. Start with a couple less layers than called for in commercial bursts.




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