This is the only company in the Russian Far East that makes fireworks. The process does not seem too difficult but it’s dangerous anyway to work with explosive and flammable substances. So the work is strictly controlled at all stages. In order people could see colorful fireworks in the sky each shell goes through dozens of hands, the process of production lasts for nine days.
The shell is made from paper.
In the shop of guide tubes production two persons always work.
The machine dips the paper into glue, twists and cuts it into tubes.
This machine only makes up to two million of such tubes annually!
They fill each shell with powdered, dried, sieved and compacted clay. Only then the firework won’t fly apart and down, but will fly up.
One should have a respirator on to enter the next shop. Here they compact the clay into the guide tubes.
The plant has been working since 2010 and currently produces 45 types of fireworks. They plan to make 64 types of fireworks in 2013.
Then the tubes are prepacked.