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Magmatic adds cryogenic effects

Magmatic adds cryogenic effects

Magmatic adds cryogenic effects

Rocket is a line of CO2 cryogenic simulation effects from Elation’s sister brand Magmatic that produces dense white clouds of fog which engulf an area in a few seconds and also dissipate instantly, with each effect arrayed with high-output RGBA LEDs. Compared with traditional liquid CO2 or liquid nitrogen cryogenic effects, the Rocket series does not require high-pressure liquid CO2 or liquid nitrogen cylinders, 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.

Javelin features 34 2W RGBA LEDs and can rotate 90° for horizontal or vertical bursts of fog. Sidewinder features 22 2W RGBA LEDs and can rotate 180° for multi-position bursts of fog. The maximum throw distance for both units is 6m with a 1,416m3 per minute output. The maximum continuous output is 10s on full and fluid capacity is 2.5l. Both machines come with a carrying handle.

Tomahawk provides 2,405m3 per minute output for wide coverage applications. It features 34 8W RGBA LEDs and can rotate 180° for bursts of fog in multiple positions. The maximum throw distance is 7.6m with a maximum continuous output of 12s on full. Fluid capacity is 5.6l.

All three units include thermally protected heat exchangers and feature Advanced HPA (High Pressure Air) pump technology to reduce the risk of heater clogging and automatic self-cleaning and energy-saving auto shut-off (when no fluid is detected). On-board LCD touchscreen control panels come with manual and timer control options, intuitive DMX-512 and RDM control, and wired and wireless remote-control options. Javelin, Sidewinder and Tomahawk use Magmatic’s Atmosity effects fluid, a non-toxic and odourless fluid that dissipates fast and leaves no condensation on walls, floors or equipment.

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