Flares have a purpose

A red smoke flare provides a visual signal

Contrary to may people’s beliefs, flares don’t spit hot metal and have to comply with strict criteria ensuring consistency and accuracy, so says Chris Feibusch, head of global marketing at Drew Marine Signal and Safety, parent company to Pains Wessex.

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