A: 1400 degrees Fahrenheit
A: Dangerously hot
A: Well, not having a thermometer to measure it ....... I'll have to let http://bighow.org/2241491-How_Hot_Do_Road_Flares_Burn_.html amswer tjat/ That web page says it burns at 1400 degrees fahrenheit. Phosphorus, magnesium, you know. Hot, hot.
A: The flares burn at at 1400 degrees fahrenheit.
A: No spike. You ignite flare and lay it on the road.
A: The flares I bought do not have spikes. I don't need them. Spiked flares are mainly used by railroads, the spike is pushed in wooden ties. I see no real use for spikes in road flares. The flares did come with a reflective safety vest.. nice.
A: No, they have a small tab to keep from rolling.
A: No, this product uses a cap system rather than a spike.
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