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Magmatic offers Rocket Series of CO2 cryogenic simulation effects

Magmatic offers Rocket Series of CO2 cryogenic simulation effects

Magmatic atmospheric effects offers Rocket, a robust line of powerful CO2 cryogenic simulation effects that produce dense white clouds of fog for visually stunning atmospherics. Capable of generating a heavy blast of fog that engulfs an area in just a few seconds yet dissipates instantly, each effect is arrayed with high-output RGBA LEDs for the ultimate in dynamic fog jet effects.

Rocket is making it easier for designers and production houses to implement high-impact cryogenic-type effects into projects of all types: tours, special events, clubs, theme parks and more. The advantages over traditional liquid CO2 or liquid nitrogen cryogenic effects are many. With the Rocket series there are no cumbersome, high-pressure liquid CO2 or liquid nitrogen cylinders to deal with, making for a safer, less expensive and faster setup that requires no local authority approvals.

Three Rocket series effects are available, Javelin, Sidewinder and Tomahawk, all wrapped in a durable, tour-ready aluminium housing designed to withstand travel and repeated use.

Javelin is a high-velocity CO2 simulator fog machine in a compact and lightweight mobile design. It features 34 x 2 Watt RGBA LEDs for bursts of dynamic coloured effect and can rotate 90-degrees for horizontal or vertical bursts of fog. Max throw distance is 20ft (six metres) with a 50,000 cu.ft per minute output and max continuous output of ten seconds at full. Fluid capacity is 2.5 litres. Its compact size and easy mobility (the unit weighs only 28.7lbs. (13kg) with convenient carrying handle) means Javelin is easy to position virtually anywhere.

Sidewinder is a high-velocity CO2 simulator fog machine in a compact and lightweight mobile design. It features 22 x 2 Watt RGBA LEDs for bursts of dynamic coloured effect and can rotate 180-degrees for multi-position bursts of fog. Max throw distance is 20ft (six metres) with a 50,000 cu.ft per minute output and max continuous output of 10 seconds at full. Fluid capacity is 2.5 litres. Sidewinder weighs only 30.20lbs. (13.7kg) and comes with a convenient carrying handle so it is easy to have on the road and position virtually anywhere.

Tomahawk is a high-velocity CO2 simulator fog machine with huge 85,000 cu.ft per minute output for wide coverage applications. It features 34 x 8 Watt RGBA LEDs for bursts of dynamic coloured effect and can rotate 180-degrees for bursts of fog in multiple positions. Maximum throw distance is 25ft (7.6 metres) with maximum continuous output of 12 seconds at full. Fluid capacity is 5.6 litres. The Tomahawk will first be available in Q2, 2021.

All Rocket series effects include thermally protected heat exchangers to produce outstanding output. Advanced HPA (High Pressure Air) pump technology reduces the risk of heater clogging and automatic self-cleaning and energy-saving auto shut-off (when no fluid is detected) make operation even more effortless and economical. Rocket series effects are easy to use with onboard LCD touchscreen control panels with manual and timer control options, intuitive DMX-512 and RDM control, and wired and wireless remote control options. Javelin, Sidewinder and Tomahawk use specially formulated Atmosity effect fluid, non-toxic and odourless fluid that dissipates fast and leaves no condensation on walls, floors or equipment.

Designed, engineered and exclusively distributed by Elation, Magmatic speciality effects are strong solutions that are on-the-road tough and made to endure. Products encompass a comprehensive range of haze and fog machines with the Magma and Thermatic series, atmospheric snow machines with the Polar series, and CO2 cryogenic simulation effects with the Rocket series. To complement all of the special effects machines, Elation has developed a complete line of specially formulated effect fluids called Atmosity. Also available is an IP65-rated series of UV LED lighting products in the Prisma series.

www.elationlighting.com

11th December 2020

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