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CLASS C FIREWORKS: Snake or glowworm pellets, smoke devices, trick noisemakers known as "party poppers", "booby traps", "snappers", "trick matches", "cigarette loads", "auto burglar alarms", sparklers, toy pistols, toy canes, toy guns, or other devices in which paper or plastic caps containing twenty five one-hundredths (0.25) grain or less of explosive compound are used, providing they are so constructed that the hand cannot come in contact with the cap when in place for the explosion; and toy pistol paper or plastic caps which contain less than twenty one-hundredths (0.20) grain of explosive mixture.
CONSUMER FIREWORKS DISPLAY OR CONSUMER DISPLAY: The detonation, ignition or deflagration of consumer fireworks to produce a visual or audible effect.
CONSUMER OPERATOR: An adult individual who is responsible for the safety, setup and discharge of the consumer fireworks display and who has completed the training required in this chapter.
FIREWORKS: Consumer fireworks and 1.3G fireworks, as those terms are defined in the Illinois fireworks use act 1 , excluding "class C fireworks" as defined in this section.
FLAME EFFECT: Detonation, ignition or deflagration of flammable gases, liquids, or special materials to produce a thermal, physical, visual or audible effect before the public, invitees, or licensees, regardless of whether admission is charged, in accordance with National Fire Protection Association 160 guidelines, and as may be further defined in the pyrotechnic operating licensing act 2 .
PYROTECHNIC DISPLAY: The detonation, ignition or deflagration of display fireworks or flame effects to produce visual or audible effects of an exhibitional nature before the public, invitees or licensees, regardless of whether admission is charged, and as may be further defined in the pyrotechnic operator licensing act. (Ord. 2291, 6-5-2006)
1. 425 ILCS 35/1 et seq.
2. 225 ILCS 227/1 et seq.