Lower noise firework display by MLE Pyrotechnics
Fireworks displays are a great addition to any event and come in many different forms and styles. One of the most popular styles in recent years has been the “lower noise” firework display. These displays prioritise noise reduction, but they require a greater attention to detail to ensure that they are successful.
The primary benefit of lower noise displays is their reduced impact on the surrounding environment. They are less likely to cause discomfort or distress to residents, animals, or wildlife, making them a popular choice at venues in built up areas or where there is livestock. However, achieving this reduction in noise requires a higher degree of precision and care in the selection, and firing of the fireworks.
One of the key factors in reducing the noise level of a firework display is the selection of quieter fireworks. These are typically made with softer bursts that produce less sound, but also require a more precise placement to ensure that they are visible and effective.
The use of digital firing systems allow the display to be precisely timed and synchronised, resulting in a more cohesive and visually stunning display. However, they also require a higher level of technical expertise to operate and can be more complex and time-consuming when putting the display together.
Lower noise firework displays require greater attention to detail to be successful. From the careful selection of quieter fireworks to the precise timing of the display, every aspect of the display must be carefully considered to ensure that the end result is both visually stunning and responsible. Whether you are a professional pyrotechnician or a spectator, it is important to understand the importance of these details and appreciate the effort that goes into creating a successful lower noise firework display.
Some example lower noise displays can be found below: