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2007 Fog Chiller / Tube

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Uploaded on Nov 4, 2007

Please read everything before asking questions:

Fog Machine: VEI Super Fogger - 1,300w 20,000cfm (I feel the size of the fog machine isn't important but people keep asking)

Low lying fog using an irrigation hose without ice. Amazing how the lack of wind helps.

Block the end of the tube with tape though so the fog only comes through the holes.

Low fog doesn't have as much to do with being cold but being more dense. The reason fog chillers work is because the cold makes the fog more dense thus it's heavier then air, causing it to be low. Plugging the end of the tube causes resistance and the fog has to compact before coming out the smaller holes. Granted, there was absolutely no wind when this was filmed. Wind breaks it all.

This type of tubing can be bought at home depot near the PVC section for about 10 bucks. It already has holes in it and I have a cap on the end

My trash can chiller can be found at
http://www.ghostsofhalloween.com

The music for this is from Grimvisions 2006 Graveyard
http://www.grimvisions.com/for-sale/g...

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