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The Company

Salza Fire Gear is a Swedish company that make and sell fire performance equipment such as poi, staffs and a lot more. On demand we also custom build models such as unique circus equipment and props for theatre and movies. In addition to our broad line of fire products we also carry a line of LED products, training/practice equipment, stage weapons and a bunch of other juggling gear. If you can't find what your looking for, just ask - chances are we can get you what you need.

The Gear

In the manufacturing and design of our products, we focus on three things: performance, safety and durability. Throughout the years, by own experience and feedback from other fire artists, our equipment has evolved into some of the best money can buy. Our fire gear is built using our trademark method to do away with the sharp metal tube cores and screws commonly found on simpler designs. We reduce the heavy and heat conducting metal, making nicer props that cause less scars, burns and bruises, letting you have more contact with the burning wicks without getting hurt. As a bonus reducing the metal can make more room for wick, giving longer burn times and larger flames. All our fire equipment is made using high quality Kevlar composite wicking with great fuel absorbtion capacity - we don't compromise.

The Workshop

We are beautifully located in Nyköping, Sweden, one hour south of Stockholm. Here you will find our office as well as our custom and prototype workshop. You are welcome to pick up orders here after agreement, come visit us and the enjoy the view of the river and the castle Nyköpingshus.

The Team

Salza Fire Gear was founded by experienced fire performers Samuel Salvadores and Staffan Palm - guaranteeing that all our gear is designed by professionals, for professionals. Also on the team is Sylvie-Ann who ironically works as a fire fighter.
Previous team members who has contributed a lot in the past are the designer Torbjörn "T", store manager Anki and rope weaver Isabelle.