I have foggers from various mfrs which, even when brand new out of the boxes, do not fog properly.

I have followed all instructions for use and cleaning of these machines, but the most I get is a few wisps of fog. I removed the pump discharge tubes from two of the foggers, and the pumps do move fluid. I reinstall the tubing, wait for another time/heating cycle, and I get those few wisps. Do you have any suggestions ? I have been using foggers for many Halloween seasons, and last year's was a disappointment.

Asked by gmsludge 8 years ago


Pond/Water Misters/Foggers

Does anyone have a pond fogger/mister and knows what frequency (Hz-Hertz) ultrasonic thing vibrates at.

Posted by thermoelectric 9 years ago


How can a build a 24vDC to 24vAC inverter?

How comlicated would it be to build a 24vDC to 24vAC inverter so i can power my  one of those mini pond fogger things from my solar array?  Any  help would be greatly appreciated! Gratefully, Glenn

Asked by greintsma 6 years ago


Arduino Uno to switch between strands of LED Christmas lights and trigger foggers for Halloween Project?

Greetings, I'm new to arduino / electronics and I'm looking to see if what I'm wanting to do is feasible. We have a haunted house that we're building and we are in need of some "cannons" for our life size pirate ship. we have 4 cannons each connected to it's own fogger which will be blowing "smoke" out of the tube its connected to. We have 4 strands of christmas lights (one for each cannon) that we're going to drill holes into the tube and put the LED lights into so when the cannon goes off it will turn on the lights and make it look like the cannon was fired. My plan is to: Use and arduino to trigger the manual fogger button on the remote control  when this button is "pressed" it the arduino will also send a signal to turn on the lights hidden inside the "cannon". After being able to do that I'd like to expand of this and have the arduino pick a random cannon to do this process to. I have found some examples of triggering the fogger from here:  http://www.horrorseek.com/home/halloween/wolfstone/Controllers/cbffog_ControllingFogger.html#RelaySelection but now I need to figure out how to control the 4 strands of LEDs. Is this doable?  Would relays work for this?

Asked by abstrakone 6 years ago


Can anyone provide me with information about using foggers for aeroponics?

I have read quite a bit online, but would like to hear from someone who has personal knowledge with this technology? I want to try using just the foggers. Has anyone done this? If not, I would like to know about mister systems in conjunction with foggers.

Asked by staticbelow 9 years ago


how to make an Ultrasonic Water Fogger for those creepy witch's cauldron effect?

Also known as ultrasonic fogging devices, these consist of metallic plates which vibrates with ultrasonic frequency to nebulize the water molecules to form a vapour which appears as thick low lying fog. For the effect they are simply placed below a water body. Please provide complete details. www.mainlandmart.com/foggers.html

Asked by adilqaiser 8 years ago


How can I haunt my yard dramatically and cheaply for halloween?

I live in neighborhood that has about 400 kids trick or treat annually. Every year I do a little more decorating of my yard. Last year we had a fogger and did a vampire theme. I want to wow them this year. How can I haunt my yard that is a corner lot with large front porch, dramatically and cheaply?

Asked by Antiqueallie 9 years ago


Is it possibly to take apart a fridges Cooling element for use elsewhere? Answered

I am hoping to make a fog chiller for smoke machines. From the designs I have seen they have been using ice although this isn't very effiecient for the how I am going to use it. So would it be possibly to take out the cooling element from a fridge (I have one lying around) and use it to cool other things? All comments are welcome Thank You Oscar

Asked by oscarthompson 7 years ago