The 9 Wick Fire Fan
This pair of 9 Wick Fire Fans are the ultimate choice for a fire spinning show. These medium-sized fire fans have 9 heads arranged in a classic shape with easily replaceable Kevlar wicks. 9 Wick Fire Fans are lightweight, well balanced, and the pure Kevlar wicks burn exceptionally bright, right down to their very ends. Our Fire Fans have a spinning ring that’s perfect for hand, and even work for finger fire spinning. They are constructed from thick steel rod so you won’t harm your hands. When you’re fire fan spinning for hours, why not make it comfortable! There’s also a welded half-ring that lets you hold the fan tight when you aren’t spinning it. There are two ring diameters to choose from, since hand sizes differ.
- (2) Black Powder-Coated Steel Fire Fans with 9 Wick Heads
- (18) Kevlar Wicks
9 Wick Fire Fan Features
- Hardened Spring Steel Frame so your fan has a long-life.
- Spinning Ring with Half-Ring allows for easy hand and finger spinning, increasing the range of your fire spinning movements.
- Black Powder-Coated Finish creates an illusion that your fire is floating or spinning in space.
- Replaceable Kevlar Wicks crafted to burn long and bright.
9 Wick Fire Fan Specifications
- Ring Size – Inner Diameter: 3” (8 cm), 3.5” (9.5 cm)
- Overall Size: 26.5” x 15” (67 cm x 38 cm) (±0.5″ depending on ring size)
- Burn Time: Up to 8 minutes (using kerosene)
- Wick Material: Kevlar Cord
- Wick Burn Temperature: 2200°F (1200°С)
- Frame: Hardened Spring Steel + Welding
- Frame Color: Black
- Weight: 21.9 oz (620 g)
Sold as a pair of two fans.
Fire Safety Tips
Before you begin practicing fire flow art with your fire fans please be prepared and confident. Most importantly, so nobody gets injured wear tighter fitting clothes and never burn alone! Please review the Home of Poi Fire Safety Guidelines for detailed information on fuels, safety procedures and basic first aid for burns.
Spinning fire in public spaces can be dangerous, and you are responsible for any and all damage to property and injury to yourself and others. The North American Fire Arts Association has resources for fire artists including safety, insurance and guidelines for obtaining fire permits.