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How to remove fog, created with a smoke machine (Glycol and water)

by EVriderDK
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Oct9-13, 08:22 AM
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I really want to know if it is possible in some way, to remove the fog created by a smoke machine.

The fog is created from heating up glycol and destilled water at 300 degree C
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Oct11-13, 02:24 PM
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Perhaps switching off the machine?
Oct11-13, 02:29 PM
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After thorough studies, the fog does not dissapear just because you turn off the machine.
Never been to a disco?

Oct12-13, 02:43 AM
P: 98
How to remove fog, created with a smoke machine (Glycol and water)

OK, that was just a quick guess. Perhaps you could try using some sort of ventilation. I wouldn't recommend adding any solid or gas into the air, otherwise you may have problems with authorities.

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