Archive for the ‘Fog Machines’ Category
When buying a fog machine two factors that should be considered, the wattage and its Cubic Feet per Minute (CFM) rating. In general, you have to take the CFM of fog produced with a grain of salt because there is no set industry standard for the specifications of what a cubic foot of fog is.
The wattage of the heating element is an indicator of how well the fog machine might perform.
The wattage of consumer fog machines generally range from 400 to 1000 watts. With a higher wattage rating, the fog machine can not only produce more fog, but equally as important, it will usually not have to go into a re-heat cycle as often or for as long because the heat exchanger has more electrical power available.
Remote Timer Controller
Most fog machines include a cabled manually operated remote control. When you want the fog machine to stream fog, you hold down the button. The problem with this type of remote is that you to operate it every time you need fog.
The number one accessory for any fog machine is a Remote Timer Controller. These have both a timer and volume control that allow you to set how often you want the fog machine to come on and what volume you want it to produce.
Take some time and play with your machine. Try different settings until you get your desire effect. This not something that you want to leave until the last minute. The perfect fog will ensure that your graveyard is scary.
1.3L tank capacity. 5 minute heat up.
Low fluid indicator and auto shut down.
Manual fog button. LED-illuminated tank.
Wired remote included. Water-based fogger.
Size: 9.7″ x 7.1″ x 6.6″ (246mm x 180mm x 168mm).