QTX Light 5L Low Fog Fluid

£20.99

QTX Light 5L Low Fog Fluid
( FFA0567 )

( FFA0567 )

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£20.99
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Key Features

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  • 5 Litre Bottle of Refill Fluid
  • Professional fog fluid with slow dispersion giving a floor hugging dry ice type effect
  • Non toxic liquid and leaves no residue after usage
  • Designed specifically for use in heater type fog machines
  • Specially formulated fluid designed for good stability at ground level with long lasting effect
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Product Description

QTX 5 Litre Low Level Fog Fluid. This high quality fluid from QTX is designed to be used in heater type fog machines. When vapourized, the molecules in this QTX low level fluid are heavier than standard fluid, so fall to the ground creating a similar effect to dry ice. Perfect for stage use and special occasions.

FEATURES
Features
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  • Dry ice type effect
  • High performance and long last effect
  • Leaves no residue
  • None toxic solution
  • Ideal for use with QTFX-LF900
  • Available in 1 and 5 Litre bottles
  • For use in heater type fog machines
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
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  • Density: High
  • Colour of fluid: Deep purple
  • Fog Colour: White
  • Dispersion: Slow
  • Stability: Very good (stays on the ground)
  • MPN: 160.593
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Customer Reviews
Product Questions
Will this create low lying fog?
Question by: Micheal Treeves on 6 Mar 2019, 14:23
This fluid will work best with a low lying fog machine.
Answer by: Ben Williams on 6 Mar 2019, 14:25
Does the smoke stain fabric?
Question by: Jane Nolan on 6 Mar 2019, 14:24
We have never had any complaints of the smoke staining fabric or surrounding furniture so it should not be a problem.
Answer by: Ben Williams on 6 Mar 2019, 14:25
How long does the fluid last?
Question by: Katie Miller on 6 Mar 2019, 14:24
This all depends on how powerful your machine is and how often you use the machine to burst smoke.
Answer by: Ben Williams on 6 Mar 2019, 14:25