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Color Fog Machine Smoke

Can you Color Fog Machine Smoke? | Amazing Effects

Fog machine smoke can be colored using colored light or by burning or spreading powder into the air. Lighting the fog with colored lights is the quickest and easiest approach to creating colored smoke. Fog appears to take on the same color as the light it reflects.  This article will look at the best ways…

Fog Cannon Security Price

How much does a Cannon Security Fog Machine Cost?

Cannon Security Fog Machine can cost anything from $500 to $2000 in prices depending on the model, what your needs are and how much security you want in place for it. It is important to note that there may be shipping and installation fees. So this is something you should ask about when you purchase…

Cold Fogging vs Thermal Fogging

Cold fogging Vs Thermal Fogging: What are the Differences?

Thermal fogging employs heat to transform liquids into fog. A liquid solution is injected into a heated barrel, so it evaporates rapidly. Thermal fog is typically dense and easily visible.  Cold fogging does not require heat. The cold fogging machine converts a liquid solution into airborne particles by applying high pressure and swirling airflow to…

Fog Machine vs Smoke Machine

Fog Machine Vs. Smoke Machine: The 4 Main Differences

The primary difference between a fog machine and a smoke machine is the functioning and use of the machines, not their aesthetic appearance. A special fluid is used in fog machines to create spectacular white clouds of fog that remain close to the ground. On the other hand, smoke machines emit smoke that ascends and spreads…

Electrostatic Sprayer vs Fogger

Electrostatic Sprayer Vs Fogger: Which Is Better?

Electrostatic sprayers and foggers are both good at the job, but most people tend to prefer electrostatic sprayers because they are generally cheaper than foggers. Foggers are great for disinfecting large spaces. They also have other uses including producing fog for parties or events.  If you’re familiar with disinfection terminology, you’ve certainly heard terms like…

Fog Machine Uses

10 Common Fog Machine Uses You Should Know

A fog machine has several uses that many people don’t know. Apart from the common use of producing fog for events, it can be used for disinfection, bug control, controlling infections, like a humidifier, in filmmaking, among other uses.  Did you know that a fog machine has several other uses apart from being used in…

Fog Machines Leave Residue

Do Fog Machines Leave Residue?

Yes, fog machines do leave a residue if they contain a Glycol and water oil based mixture. To get around this you can use an all water based fog juice, however; you will then have moisture and lighter fog. If you want to avoid both of these all together a dry ice fogger machine is…

Use Water in a Fog Machine

Can you use Water in a Fog Machine? | Money Saving Tip

Some fog machines are not designed to work with water, some do work. Adding a small amount of water to the fog machine will produce a thicker and more dense fog that hangs in the air longer than dry fog. Make sure to use distilled water and not mineral or tap water both have impurities…

Microfogger

What is a Microfogger? 10 Reasons You May Need One

Did you know you can walk with a fog machine in your pocket and produce fog whenever and wherever you want?  A microfogger is a small, battery-powered device that emits a fog of microscopic water droplets. If you need to produce fog for that video shoot or performance, this machine is a must-have. The microfogger…

Haze Machine vs Fog Machine

Haze Machine vs Fog Machine

Not many people know the difference between a fog machine and a haze machine. A fog machine produces a thick, dense cloud of smoke that can be used for special effects or as part of an atmospheric show. Fog machines are used for creating impressive visual effects. Most have remote controls for controlling the amount…

Fog Machines Safe to Breathe

Are Fog Machines Safe to Breathe? | Fog Machine Health Facts

Fog machines are an essential part of the entertainment, but have you ever wondered if the fog they produce is safe to breathe? Fog machines create artificial fog by vaporizing special liquids. When the liquid is heated, it turns into a gas and is then forced through a fan which disperses it over. The liquids…