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Minimum Order︰35 pc
This is our new & simple designed FireSteel, which conforms to " Simple is Beautiful " and environmentally-friendly fire starter with the more economic cost than tradtional Swedish FireSteel. Try it right now to strike the flint with our specially designed Super Alloy Scraper Blade having 4-striking edges to produce a shower of hot sparks......
|FerroCerium Firesteel Fire Starter||Unit Weight||Unit Weight|
|Model No.||Size in MM||Size in INCH||MOQ(PCS)||G/PC||OZ/PC|
|FS476508H||Ø4.76 x 50.8MM||3/16" x 2"||200||12.99||0.46|
|FS476635H||Ø4.76 x 63.5MM||3/16" x 2 1/2"||280||14.46||0.51|
|FS476762H||Ø4.76 x 76.2MM||3/16" x 3"||320||15.93||0.56|
|FS508508H||Ø5.08 x 50.8MM||1/5" x 2"||300||13.82||0.49|
|FS508635H||Ø5.08 x 63.5MM||1/5" x 2 1/2"||335||15.49||0.55|
|FS508762H||Ø5.08 x 76.2MM||1/5" x 3"||285||17.17||0.61|
|FS600600H||Ø6 x 60MM||0.236" x 2.37"||250||18.21||0.64|
|FS600100H||Ø6 x 100MM||0.236" x 4"||150||25.56||0.90|
|FS635508H||Ø6.35 x 50.8MM||1/4" x 2 "||270||17.66||0.62|
|FS635635H||Ø6.35 x 63.5MM||1/4" x 2 1/2"||215||20.28||0.72|
|FS635762H||Ø6.35 x 76.2MM||1/4" x 3"||180||22.89||0.81|
|FS635101H||Ø6.35 x 101.6MM||1/4" x 4"||135||28.12||0.99|
|FS800600H||Ø8 x 60MM||5/16" x 2.37"||145||26.93||0.95|
|FS800800H||Ø8 x 80MM||5/16" x 3.15"||107||33.46||1.18|
|FS800100H||Ø8 x 100MM||5/16" x 4"||85||39.99||1.41|
|FS900800H||Ø9 x 80MM||0.354" x 3.15"||85||40.50||1.43|
|FS952508H||Ø9.52 x 50.8MM||3/8" x 2"||120||30.97||1.09|
|FS952635H||Ø9.52 x 63.5MM||3/8" x 2 1/2"||95||36.84||1.30|
|FS952762H||Ø9.52 x 76.2MM||3/8" x 3"||80||42.72||1.51|
|FS952101H||Ø9.52 x 101.6MM||3/8" x 4"||60||54.47||1.92|
|FS952127H||Ø9.52 x 127MM||3/8" x 5"||48||66.22||2.34|
|FS952152H||Ø9.52 x 152.4MM||3/8" x 6"||40||77.97||2.75|
|FS100100H||Ø10 x 100MM||2/5" x 4"||55||58.56||2.07|
|FS110800H||Ø11 x 80MM||0.433" x 3.15"||60||57.04||2.01|
|FS127508H||Ø12.7 x 50.8MM||1/2" x 2"||70||49.65||1.75|
|FS127635H||Ø12.7 x 63.5MM||1/2" x 2 1/2"||55||60.11||2.12|
|FS127762H||Ø12.7 x 76.2MM||1/2" x 3"||45||70.57||2.49|
|FS127101H||Ø12.7 x 101.6MM||1/2" x 4"||35||91.48||3.23|
|FS127127H||Ø12.7 x 127MM||1/2" x 5"||27||112.40||3.96|
|FS127152H||Ø12.7 x 152.4MM||1/2" x 6"||23||133.31||4.70|
|FS127304H||Ø12.7 x 304.8MM||1/2" x 12"||10||258.80||9.13|
|FS140110H||Ø14 x 110MM||0.55" x 4.33"||35||118.07||4.16|
|FS180130H||Ø18 x 130MM||0.7" x 5.1"||30||223.68||7.89|
|FS190304H||Ø19.05 x 304.8MM||3/4" x 12"||10||543.57||19.17|
|FS200152H||Ø20 x 152.40MM||0.7874" x 6"||13||320.25||11.30|
Firesteel (Fire & Steel) was originally developed for the Swedish Department of Defence for military use, the Swedish FireSteel was developed by Lars Fält, survival expert with the Swedish Army and is considered to be the best you can have. The Swedish FireSteel is available in two sizes such as the Scout model (smaller size) or the Army model(larger size), Waterproof, simple to use, lightweight and compact. Good for 3000 up to 12,000 strikes (approx).
This FireSteel is consisted of Ferrocerium rod and FireSteel Super Alloy Scraper Blade. Its spark makes fire building easy in any weather, at any altitude. Used by a number of scouters around the world, its dependability has already made it a favorite of survival experts, hunters, fishermen and campers.
We are specialized in customizing & design various diameters and forms of striking flints for fire starter and sparking entertainment, our processing facilities can produce very complicated shapes of Flints according to customer's blueprints.
Ferrocerium Rod (so often called ferro rod), the small, simple, waterproof outdoor survival kit, one of the outdoor equipment or outdoor gear. A ferro rod is not a natural material and isn't flint (although you will often see a ferro rod called a firesteel, metal match or flint and steel - even though this is a completely different thing!). A ferro rod is a complex blend of 20 different metals alloyed together then extrude into various diameter of rod. Ferro rods are a complex blend -with consist of approximately 20% iron content- this is where the ferro part of the word ferrocerium comes from - (Fe), with trace amounts of other metallic elements such as zinc (Zn), magnesium (Mg), cerium - this is where the cerium part of the word ferrocerium comes from - (Ce), lanthanum (La), neodymium (Nd) along with minute traces amounts of other rare earth metal elements.
Ferrocerium rod is made from Iron, Magnesium and mostly of an alloy of rare earth metals called mischmetal with an excellent pyrophoric percentage : 98%min.
The required chemical composition:
Fe (Ferro or Iron) 18 ~ 21%
Mg ( Magnesium ) 1.5 ~ 2.5%
Hardness : 90 ~ 170 HB
Surface : black lacquer coated, natural grey, colored
Size available : 3/8" (9.525mm) Diameter x 5mm up to 1000mm Length.
Application : To be able to make fire has always been one of the corner stones of survival, firesteel is the corner stone of making fire or building camping fire, ferrocerium flint rod blank is the corner of stone of firesteel(flint and steel, fire steel), producing a shower of hot sparks is the corner stone of ferrocerium flint rod.
It is used as the firestarters or fire starter in scouting and camping, sparking entertainment, clockwork toys, strikers for welding torches, etc., it is the best compact firestarter we can easily use, plus its dependability,made it a favorite of survival experts, hunters, fishermen and campers. It works equally well when wet or dry. Swedish Fire Steel has even found its way into cabins and backyards as a fool-proof way to light stoves and gas-barbecues.
Operation : You can get a bare rod or ferrocerium blanks and roll some tape on as a handle, that will give you twice as much ferro to work with and may save a little room as well. You simply pull your knife blade or striker slowly and firmly down the length of the ferrocerium rod, and sparks easily ignite a stove, barbecue, paper, dry grass bark, tinder, this iron rod is water resistant, and its 3000°C spark works well even when conditions are wet, cold, and less than optimal. this ferro cerium flint fire starter is a favorite of survival experts, hunters, fishermen, backpackers, campers and boy scouts, etc., Also the ferrocerium rod can be inserted into one side of Magnesium block to build a Magnesium Ferrocerium Firestarter, etc.,
When the rod is scraped with a steel edge or the spine of a knife, particles or shavings are scraped off and ignited by the friction giving a shower of hot sparks. These burning particles can, in turn, ignite your tinder, the best tinders for ferro rod include:
Some find that the hard part to using a ferro rod is not generating the sparks, but getting them to land on the tinder and not go all over the place (watch out when using a ferro rod around synthetic materials such as waterproof jackets, tents of basha sheets - the sparks can easily burn holes through these materials). The best way to get the sparks to land in the right place and minimize the sparks that land in the wrong place, have plenty of tinder and make a nest for the ferro rod. Place the tip of the rod in the middle of the tinder and scrape the metal edge down firmly along the rod. If you have less tinder, do the same and make a smaller nest of the tinder and place the tip of the rod in the middle of it. However, this time, instead of moving the scraper down the rod, pull the rod up against the scraper. This is harder to pull off successfully but when you perfect the technique it does tend to focus the sparks better.
Corrosion can be a bit of a problem with ferro rods - especially in hot, humid climates or where the ferro rod is kept close to the skin. A quick and easy solution to this is to paint the rod with nail polish - clear if you want it to look neutral or a more "exciting" color (such as red color) if you want to make it easier to find if you drop it outdoors! The surface coating doesn't affect the performance of the ferro rod as far as the amount of sparks it generates but you do have to keep on applying the nail polish though. Suggest getting two rods, one to play with and one to keep in the survival kit, one is bigger diameter and another is smaller diameter to save your money.
As well as keeping an eye on your rods for corrosion, take care not to drop them onto hard ground as they can break (although they can still be used).
You do need to remember to practice with your ferro rod before you need to rely on it!
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