Monthly Archives: December 2016

Strike your Safety Matches on any Surface for Survival

Ever wondered how life would be if we could just strike a matchstick on any surface?

Matches make an important part of our everyday lives. We use it every single day to light a lamp, light the stove or light a cigarette. The matches that we use every day are called Safety Matches. These matches are safe to use. They only ignite when rubbed against a special surface. Some of the matches we encounter daily are wax matchsticks, wooden matchsticks, cardboard matchsticks and many others. Continue reading

Ensure safety on the Safety Matches you use !

When it comes to using matches, safety is of utmost importance. A safety match only ignites when struck against a specially prepared striking surface. It is usually a strip of the sides of the box. Safety matches contain red phosphorus which reacts to chemicals in the striking surface.

Apart from safety matches, there is also strike anywhere matches. The matches contain a mixture of phosphorus sesquisulfide and potassium chlorate. Continue reading

Ensure superior quality safety matches with Apex Matches !

Get superior quality safety matches with carbonised splints only at Apex Matches. The company offers wooden safety matches, wax safety matches and long stick household safety matches. The safety matches undergo stringent quality checks and are manufactured at par with international standards.

From Malabarica splints to fancy boxes to different colour heads, Apex Safety Matches can be fully customised. Continue reading

Apex Matches – Exporters in the world of Safety Matches

Safety matches form an integral part of our life. Did you know? Sivakasi has been lighting up the world safely since 1920. It is the hub of safety matches in India. Sivakasi often referred to as Mini Japan is the biggest safety match exporter in the world.

Apex Safety Matches is a well-established manufacturer and exporter of safety matches. Apex Matches is manufactured at Sivakasi, Kovilpatty, Virudhanagar and South Tamil Nadu. 80% of the world matches are produced here. Continue reading