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herrmill

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Re: Smoke units - which one?
« Reply #50 on: November 23, 2008, 01:02:24 AM »

Thanks Martin, but I can buy all the parts here for under $10.  I've ordered a standard single as well as a 3 disc volume fogger for trial use.   

I'll let you know how my experiment works once the mist unit arrives.

Chuck
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Big Ada

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Re: Smoke units - which one?
« Reply #51 on: November 24, 2008, 09:16:16 AM »

See reply 8 on Smoke Genorators easy, cheap, and works well.

Len.   :-))
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Re: Smoke units - which one?
« Reply #52 on: December 19, 2008, 02:18:53 AM »

Hello, I have been looking at various methods for making smoke/fog for my model boat (10' long destroyer).  I found quite a few interesting items here http://www.mainlandmart.com/foggers.html  I was hoping to make a lot of smoke (more than probably is fitting for the boat), and thought about using a propane burner, similar to the portable insect foggers (a coil of tubing around the flame that likely gets quite hot).  But much repeated advice has nearly convinced me to stick with electricity, especially since the batteries can likely spare the power for it.  It seems "glycol" is most common over my way, but I've no experience with it.  Have some "fog juice" on the way so will be interested to see how it works.  Cap
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