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Le Maitre Unveils New Wireless Salamander Quad Pro flame machine at LDI 2017

Le Maitre Unveils New Wireless Salamander Quad Pro flame machine at LDI 2017

USA – This year Le Maitre is celebrating its 40th anniversary. To mark the occasion the company will be unveiling its new wireless Salamander Quad Pro at this year’s LDI, as well as showing a whole host of their other smoke, haze, flames and pyrotechnics.

The wireless Salamander Quad Pro is a completely wireless version of Le Maitre’s highly popular Salamander Quad Pro flame machine, with integrated wireless COBRA Firing Systems technology. With an internal chargeable battery and no running cables, the wireless Salamander Quad Pro can simply be put in place and switched on, making it easy, quick and safe to use.

The four-canister flame unit offers a great level of versatility. Each canister can be fired independently, producing 30 seconds of continuous flame or up to 120 flame balls. Each flame reaches up to 15 foot in height. Alternatively, all four canisters can be fired at the same time to produce a much bigger single flame reaching up to a spectacular 28 foot.

With its compact design, over 24 hours’ standby time, an easy to use OLED display and a choice of flame colour and fuel type, the wireless Salamander Quad Pro is an ideal choice for stadiums and larger venues.

Le Maitre is now producing large scale Comets that reach up to 300', perfect for stadiums and outdoor events.

Available both with and without a tail, they are available in heights of 150', 200', 250' and 300'. There are also Matrix Comets available in heights of 150', 200' and 250'. These have a flitter effect in addition to the chosen colour. The Comets are available in blue, gold glitter, green, orange, pink, purple, red, white, white flitter and yellow.

Mines are also now available in heights up to 150', both with and without a tail. The Mines are available in amber, blue, crackle, flitter, gold glitter, green, orange, pink, purple, red, shimmer, silver, white and yellow.

Le Maitre will be showing the G300-SMART, a smoke machine featuring smart controls. Rugged, versatile and durable, with a massive output of dense white smoke, it supports both WiFi and LAN connectivity for set-up, monitoring and diagnostics. The user can set up and change the configuration of the machine via a mobile phone or tablet.

Other fog machines on show will be the GForce 2 and GForce 3 and the Freezefog Pro, which produces atmospheric low fog.

Haze machines on display will include the MVS SMART which, like the G300 SMART, includes smart control and monitoring features, allowing the user to set up and control the hazer from a mobile device, such as a mobile phone or tablet. Powerful and versatile, two variable high speed fans can be used to control the force and direction of the haze stream. There is also a unique oscillating mode for automated back and forth sweeping of the stream. The MVS SMART has variable haze density, onboard DMX, low power consumption, fluid level sensing and automatic self-cleaning. Along with the ability to position the unit at any angle these all combine to form the most complete feature set of the Le Maitre hazer line.

The EcoHazer is an incredibly efficient water-based hazer. Extremely environmentally friendly, it produces pure and long lasting haze using just 100-150W. Designed for the road, the robust and powerful HazeMaster has a tremendous output capacity.

Alongside the wireless Salamander Quad Pro Le Maitre will be showing the Wave Flame. With its moving head technology, it produces a wide range of unique flame effects, firing very fast and accurate flame bursts.

From the TBF-Pyrotec flame range, which is exclusively distributed in North America by Le Maitre USA, the company will be showing the Pyromaster, the Single Shot and the 5-Master.

In addition, the Arctic Snow Machine will also be showing with its continuous, powerful output of realistic white, fluffy and light snow.

Le Maitre – Booth 2867 – LDI November 17th - 19th at the Las Vegas Convention Center,

13th November 2017

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