How long your fog juice will last depends on the wattage of your machine. A liter of fog juice will generally burn for six hours in a 400-watt compact fogger (four hours in a low-lying machine) and a 1,000-watt machine will burn for two hours.
The average 400-watt fog machine uses about a liter of regular fog juice every two hours. A 1000 watt fog machine uses about twice as much, but also produces about four times as much fog! Clean your smoke machine before packing it up or after every 40 hours of continuous use.
This fog juice works in all fog machines that are designed for water-based liquids. Fog Juice Gallon Product Details: 1 gallon. Lasts 15-20 hours.
This ultra-powerful smoke machine. The Chauvet DJ Hurricane 1000 Fog Machine has an incredible output of 10,000 cubic feet of fog per minute, making it ideal for large parties and events.
You should always put fog fluid in the machine and create fog for a few minutes before putting it away. A fog machine should never be stored, not even for a day, without fog liquid in the pump and heater.
Fill a metal or plastic container half full with hot water and add a few pieces of dry ice every 5-10 minutes. As the water cools down, you need to add more hot water to keep the mist effect. As a rule of thumb: One pound of dry ice creates a fog effect for 2-3 minutes.
Unfortunately, most high-capacity fog machines that offer continuous fog output cost over $400.
A liter of fog juice typically burns for six hours in a compact 400-watt fog machine (four hours in a low-lying machine), and a 1,000-watt machine burns for two hours. Stock up on smoke machine fluid accordingly to ensure you have smoke effects going for the duration of your party or entertainment.
Fog machines are generally safe for indoor use and can be perfect for setting the mood for a party or Halloween event.
Glycerin has a boiling point of 290°C (554F degrees), significantly higher than the temperature required to create mist.
The device will take 2.5 to 3.5 minutes to warm up.
Typically, fog machines take about 5 minutes to warm up and you need to use the manual button to start fogging. Most machines are also equipped with a ready light that turns off automatically when the machine has warmed up.
A – Possibly. Because many venues use smoke detectors that measure the density of particles in the air, fog effects (especially dense fog effects) can “fool” the detectors and set off a fire alarm.