Sparkular Systems

Fireworks Australia is a distributor and large scale user of the various technologies manufactured by Showven.

Sparkular Systems

Fireworks Australia is a distributor and large scale user of the various technologies manufactured by Showven including the famous Sparkular Cold Spark machines.

The Sparkular system imitates the look and effect of Gerb Style (fountain) Pyrotechnics. The effect produced is cold and relatively safe to touch. Within one metre the sparks have cooled enough to be touched!

Sparkular effects in Australia

Sparkular effects are created using titanium alloy powder granules. The granules are fed through a heating chamber which makes them glow. They are then blown through the output aperture into the show area. Each machine can hold a stack of the effect powder, height, intensity and timings of the blasts are all controlled via DMX.

Sparkulars, unlike close proximity fireworks, produce very little smoke. The Sparkular can be used in locations where fireworks and pyrotechnics are not permitted and are safer than traditional pyrotechnics in many cases.  They are very portable, can be controlled wirelessly and require no permits.  In many cases smoke detection systems need not be isolated.

Fireworks Australia now has fan array units and moving head spinning systems available.  Very popular is the lower cost mini systems which are ideal for standard height ceilings and smaller shows.

In addition to the Sparkular and Mini systems we also have other Showven hardware including Circle Flamers and Sonic Boom LED Fog Machines.  The flame systems are versatile and cost effective moving head flames.  The Sonic Boom is a chemical fog jet with powerful and controllable LED lights underneath.

Fireworks Australia can supply or hire these systems, provide service support, consumables and accessories.

Check all the systems out at the following web page

https://www.showven.cn/products/

Fireworks Australia provides approved licenced services in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Darwin and all major regional centres.