PYR 1129: Standard Method of Fire Test for Covered Fuse on Consumer Fireworks
The next edition of this standard is now open for Public Input (formerly proposals).
Edition to display:
What is PYR 1129?
This standard describes a method for determining that consumer fireworks offered for sale in a retail sales area contain material over an ignition fuse or ignition point that complies with covered fuse requirements in NFPA 1124: Code for the Manufacture, Transportation, Storage, and Retail Sales of Fireworks and Pyrotechnic Articles.
Official document scope
What does PYR 1129 address?
PYR 1129 provides procedures to test the ignition resistance of a consumer fireworks fuse or ignition point to three types of ignition stimuli: open flame, hot surface contact, and incendiary sparks. Test report guidelines are also included.Table Of Contents.
Archived revision information
Read the archived revision information
PYR 1129, 2013 Edition: Archived Revision Information
View archived proposals, comments and other records related to the development of this edition.