is a pyrotechnical device used to transmit a flame, with a
set delay, to another delay and/or to a quick match for the
ignition of a firework.
Pyroclocks function as basic modules that
can be joined in various combinations to build up more complex
transmission systems (pyric chains).
By comparison with traditional fuses, they
offer numerous advantages, including:
functional reliability for protection of the pyric delay;
of use: the manual labour required to make connections is
minimal and can be performed by non-specialists following
of use: pyric chains can be assembled to suit the most diverse
needs by combining different delay types;
Pyroclock is available in eight different
types according to the delay provided. These are:
INTRUCTIONS FOR ASSEMBLY OF THE PYROCLOCK