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  • Fire Training - FDIC 2014

    We had a great time this year at FDIC 2014! For training simulations there's no better fog than Froggy's! This year marked our first year of having two booths onsite.

    2014-04-10 12.09.13      2014-04-10 12.10.01

    One visually stunning inside booth amongst all the great displays at Lucas Oil stadium and  one outside booth that took advantage of the great weather and gave us plenty of room to exhibit some of our high output machines. The FireBase line was a real crowd-pleaser that garnered loads of enthusiastic questions which we were happy to appease. Far and away the "Tower of Power" was the highlight of the outdoor booth with close to 500,000 CFM Output!  The booths downwind never even had a chance (At least it wasn't haunt scented!)

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  • Getting Through the Fog

    generatoerFog and smoke is great for creating an eerie effect and setting the perfect mood for movies or parties. While the purpose of a smoke generator is, obviously, to produce smoke, this can have some adverse consequences, particularly when it comes to smoke detectors. Having too much smoke in an area for too long can create a problem if you are trying to film subsequent scenes in the same location as well.

    While this may seem like a unsolvable quandary, there is hope. The obvious solution to this problem is to use Fast Fog or smoke, which will quickly dissipate. This will ensure that there are no problems with detection equipment and that you can get on with your business when you are done with the fog.

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  • Setting the Stage

    giglightsIn the past few years I have developed a passion for attending live music events. There is something about the mass of people gathering with an appreciation for a particular artist or style of music that is exhilarating. While live albums and DVDs are a tolerable substitute, they can’t compare to actually being there.

    For me, there are two aspects that can either make or break a concert: the sound quality and the stage show. One of the perks of witnessing a larger act is that they have the resources to use state of the art sound equipment and put on a spectacular show. The best shows, in my opinion, combine creative lighting and smoke machines to create a unique ambiance.

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