Sulfur Flour (not the same as "flowers"). Used as a fuel, usually in compositions with nitrate oxidizers; as a component of black powder (serving as both a binder and fuel); in rocket propellants as the oxidizer for zinc. Ours is 99.9% pure and has a very low acid content.
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Along with potassium nitrate and charcoal, sulfur (also spelled sulphur) is one of the three components of black powder. Since you need a lot of black powder in fireworks making, buying sulfur in larger quantities or in a black powder kit will save you money.
Our low-acid sulfur is the type used in most commercial fireworks in the US. Low-acid sulfur is safer to work with in fireworks. To reduce explosion risks in fireworks making, avoid using "flowers of sulfur."