Copyright 1993 by William Safford,
used by permission.
Liftoff on 12 Rocketflite F50SS Silver Streak motors. The 25 foot exhaust plume was designed to resemble the Space Shuttle's
solid rocket boosters.
Manufacturer of extremely high temperature and very reliable pyrogen kits and electric match wires for use by the Department of Defense, (CCR CAGE CODE: 30EM1) Hobby Rocket enthusiast, Fireworks Industry, Fire Suppression Industry, Lighting and Stage effect companies, Private Commercial Rocket companies, Labs and Universities.
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The HTMF-12 - is 12 inches long, made from 24 awg solid copper duplex wire with a partial strip at one end and a soldered bridge wire at the other end. ( We recommend using our MF-KIT to make these electric match wires into finished electric matches that can fire off with as little as 1.6 amps @ 1.5 volts DC.)
[NEW PRODUCT] ClusterFire (CF) Pyrogen Kit
The CF-KIT allows you to make extremely reliable low amp high temp (5400F)
rocket motor igniters using our low amp MF series igniter wires in
parallel. Requiring only 2.3 amps @ 6 volts DC you can now reliably launch
rockets with up to 12 rocket motors at a time using most 12 volt powered
launching systems capable of delivering 30 amps. The CF-KIT includes all
the necessary pre-measured chemicals, mixing tools and instructions to
make 40 grams (1.4 oz) of pyrogen. This is enough pyrogen to make 100's of
FS-12-LA, MF-12, MF-24 or MF-48 igniters with no fold. Pyrogen, and thinner come sealed in glass lab grade bottles with
thermoset PTFE lined caps for years of storage without worry of evaporation. To see a video of 60 MF-48 igniters being fired in parallel using our 24
volt 500 amp MagneBlaster click HERE.