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Brass Star pump (Cheap version)

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Brass Star pump (Cheap version)
Stars diameter - 10 - 45mm
Material - brass.
Star pump sizes:


Filling height

Handle size


10 mm

16 mm

7/90 mm

15,5 USD

13 mm

20 mm

7/100 mm

18,5 USD

16 mm

20 mm

9/110 mm

22,5 USD

18 mm

20 mm

8/100 mm

25,0 USD

20 mm

20 mm

9/110 mm

28,0 USD

23 mm

20 mm

9/110 mm

32,0 USD

25 mm

20 mm

8/110 mm

34,5 USD

30 mm

19 mm

9/100 mm

41,5 USD

37 mm

19 mm

12/100 mm

54,5 USD

40 mm

22 mm

15/110 mm

59,5 USD

45 mm

30 mm

15/130 mm

63,5 USD

The indicated dimensions of the handles in the table may differ from batch to batch.
You can also pre-order any size in 1mm increments. Please contact me to clarify the price.

Star pump is used for pressing cylindrical pyrotechnic stars.
Cylindrical stars can be used as filler for ball shells, cylinders, and also used for single shots.
When pressing, a hammer is usually used.

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Shipping Information:

Worldwide shipping is available.
You can accurately calculate the cost of delivery when placing an order, as well as choose which method will be used to deliver the goods, by land or by air method.

If, when placing an order, you cannot choose a delivery method, then most likely we will temporarily be unable to send the order to your country. In most cases, this is due to restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic. Contact us to clarify shipping to your country if you are unable to place an order.
"Post Method by air" shipping usually takes from to 5 weeks.
"Post Method" shipping can take from 1 to 2 months.

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