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Jem Glaciator X-Stream all applicable heavy fog solution


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The Glaciator X-Stream from Jem offers a ground fog effect solution in a self-contained unit. Dispensing with the cost and logistical mess of Dry Ice and CO2, the Glaciator X-Stream utilizes the simple but effective Jem heavy fog fluids and an advanced, closed loop refrigeration system.
The Glaciator X-Stream houses a powerful compressor, allowing colossal fog output levels. Because of its advanced, electronically controlled expansion valve, it has a rapid freeze down time and a fast recovery when fired. This means the Glaciator X-Stream runs continuously, almost infinitely.
Its chassis design, with two high velocity fans and smart-flow ventilation, also keeps the Glaciator X-Stream ticking in environments of high ambient temperatures. Keeping an eye on internal components is done using the Glaciator X-Stream's Internal Diagnostic Assistance.
Featuring a Power Save System when passive, the Glaciator X-Stream is conscientiously efficient with energy and sound, and its cooling fans have a low noise operation when idle, benefiting theatrical and studio applications.
The Glaciator X-Stream also has the option of an external fluid supply; allowing voluminous levels of heavy fog fluid to be stored up to 100 meters away from the unit and at a depression of up to 6 meters.
Where silence is golden and space is rare, the Glaciator X-Stream's remote ducting system allows you to place the unit up to 10 meters away from its application area. A great solution, the remote access system does not in any way compromise the Glaciator's X-Stream fog output density.
Jem Glaciator X-Stream
09/2003 Pro-Light-News

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