Need Flares for Your Boat? Consider the USCG Approved C-1002 Electronic Flare from Sirius Signal

Are your pyrotechnic flares expiring soon?  Are you searching for an alternative that is approved by the USCG?  Or do you just want to start off the right way with the best option to fulfill the USCG nighttime distress signal safety requirement?  Well, look no further. The C-1002 two-color Electronic LED Flare from Sirius Signal fulfills all those safety requirements from the USCG.

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Alternative Emergency Uses for the Sirius Signal Electronic Flare. Great for Any Outdoor Lovers’ Safety Pack.

Though the Sirius Signal electronic flare was originally created with mariners in mind, there are some very practical alternative uses for the S.O.S. LED light. Adding the e-flare to any essential tool and safety kits for sailors, hikers, campers, off-roaders, skiers, backpackers, or anyone who loves to travel off the beaten path, will give you […]

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Expired Pyrotechnic Flares and Their Impact on the Environment and Your Health

When asked, most boaters will admit to either keeping their expired flares on board their boats as backups, or they store them off-site, maybe in a garage or shed.  Some boaters, however, have been known to discard these dangerous flares in a regular trash can, or some even throw them overboard into the water… The seeping of toxic chemicals from pyrotechnic flares into the soil or groundwater should concern us all.  Perchlorates, for example, are a common ingredient in many pyrotechnic flares…reduces the thyroid’s ability to take up iodine, which reduces thyroid hormone production and results in hypothyroidism

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