Our "Chrysanthemum Fuse" is professional-grade pyrotechnic material that's mainly used in the construction of fireworks like aerial shells. Owing its name to the effect it creates when used in fireworks, the shell break resembles a large, sparkling "Chrysanthemum" flower that fills the night sky. It's very propulsive and throws off quite a shower of sparks, with an effect similar to that of a handheld sparkler.
The fuse is well-known for its revolving silver effect, also known as "goose feather" and "ghost fuse" among the pyro community. Chrysanthemum Fuse is one of the most popular "effect fuses" used in fireworks today, and has been for many years. It provides a relatively cheap way to enhance shell bursts in a spectacular way (and the effect is one of the most classic, recognizable of all fireworks among audiences all over the world).
With a burn rate of 24 seconds per foot, Chrysanthemum Fuse can also be used in a variety of different ways for firework displays, or simply as a decorative replacement for Visco safety fuse. It has a diameter of 2.7mm, or just under 1/8 inches (.106 inches actual). Each roll measures 65 feet in length.