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Soundproofing Accelerated Brazil Club Fire
By Clive Young   01.28.2013      
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1 Posted by : Anonymous
Jan 28, 2013 7:00AM
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After the disaster in Providence/Warwick, I cannot believe musicians are still trying to do their own pyrotechnics. There are complete safe fireworks that are used inside in many venues - expensive, but you can actually put your hand in the "flame" and not get burned. BTW, we have a 35 year history of pyro displays at one of our events. But we leave the real stuff to the pros!
2 Posted by : DavidHautbois
Jan 28, 2013 7:00AM
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After the disaster in Providence/Warwick, I cannot believe musicians are still trying to do their own pyrotechnics. There are complete safe fireworks that are used inside in many venues - expensive, but you can actually put your hand in the "flame" and not get burned. BTW, we have a 35 year history of pyro displays at one of our events. But we leave the real stuff to the pros!
3 Posted by : Anonymous
Jan 28, 2013 7:00AM
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Many venues employ urethane foam for sound abosoprtion - but they never check into the fire ratings. Foam should never be used. It burns and develops poisonous gas. Products like Broadway 6lb glass wool acoustic panels work much better and are approved for use in public spaces. Top manufacturers will always have their products tested to ensure they can be used, and this averts disasters such as these. Peter Janis - Primacoustic.
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