What is haze fluid made of?

The fluid used in haze machines to generate the effects are either oil or water-based. Most oil-based haze fluids use a mineral oil base, while water-based fluids use either a propylene glycol or glycerol base.

What is the liquid in a fog machine?

Fog fluids have two primary ingredients – an active one and deionized water. The active ingredient can be propylene glycol, triethylene glycol, glycerin or a mixture of these. The vaporization temperature varies for these ingredients, so you should use a fog machine that is compatible with the fluid you have.

Can I use haze fluid in a smoke machine?

Haze fluid cannot be used in a fog or faze machine and fog fluid cannot be used in a haze machine. Use of incorrect fluids will damage machines and either void the manufacturers’ warranty or result in an expensive repair bill. Using fog fluid that is not specified for your fog machine can cause major health risks.

What is the best haze fluid?

Le Maitre’s PureHaze fluid is specially formulated to produce very dry and very long lasting haze. Designed to hang in the air and accentuate beams of light, it results in some of the best haze for lighting enhancement.

Do haze machines leave residue?

In certain environments, fog/haze fluid-based machines may leave a slippery residue on floors and surfaces. If the fluid sensor falsely detects an empty fluid tank and the tank does contain fluid, then there may be an air bubble in the fluid line.

Is haze like fog?

Fog and haze differ in that fog is a thick, opaque effect that lasts a short time, while haze is a thin, translucent effect that lasts a long time. Fog is used as a special effect, whereas haze is used for lighting/atmosphere enhancement.

How long does fog machine liquid last?

How long your fog juice will last depends on the wattage of your machine. One quart of fog juice will generally burn for six hours in a 400-watt compact fog machine (four hours in a low lying machine) and a 1,000-watt machine will burn for two hours.

Is haze fluid and fog fluid the same?

Fog fluids are generally made of water-soluble glycols, such as propylene glycol. Haze fluids are generally either water-soluble glycols or highly refined oils. The safe level for oil is different than that for glycols, but is still much higher than the amount typically used for haze effects.

Do haze machines trigger smoke alarms?

Yes, water based hazers can and do set off smoke detectors. There is no difference between water based and oil based as far as an optical sensor knows. That said, it really depends on how much haze you pump out and that is directly dependent on the airflow in the room.

What is haze fluid used for?

Liquid formulation used to produce an artificial smoke or fog or haze used in the entertainment events, shows, clubs, theaters, training occupational safety drills.

Haze consists of very fine liquid droplets that are distributed evenly over a large area to form a mist. Some hazers vaporize fluid by forcing it through a heater, and others vaporize it using high air pressure.

Can I use fog juice in my haze machine?

Can I use fog juice in my haze machine? Fog fluid can be used in a haze machine, however, fog fluid does have a thicker consistency than haze fluid which increases the risk of clogging the haze machine. Fluid that has sat in an unsealed container for an extended period can coagulate slightly and should be avoided as it can cause clogs.

Is fog machine fluid toxic?

Quality fog fluids contain chemicals that are completely safe, but only when used properly. For example, if your machine’s heating element reaches temperatures that aren’t compatible with the chemical levels in the fluid you’re using, harmful fumes like formaldehyde can be produced.