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    I like the viper

    https://looksolutionsusa.com/products/viper-nt/

    huge output. We use it at work for testing fumehoods. First time I tested it I was in our lobby with a door to the outside and a door into the lobby. 5x5 space. Had trouble finding the door and when I vented it someone called the fire department. Can do a stadium. You can also dial it down to reasonable.

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    but . . but . . US$1,090!
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    Buy the best once. Or buy the deal four times

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    Quote Originally Posted by kecked View Post
    Buy the best once. Or buy the deal four times
    Sage advice for wives too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kecked View Post
    Buy the best once. Or buy the deal four times
    Negative and inconsistent reviews spooked me away from the MARQ machines. I went with the Antari Z350 Hazer. Bit more expensive, but can run on 1.3L of fog juice for 7(!) hours at max output, and has been producing great haze for me so far. Works well for basement laser tests, as well as 20-200 person parties.
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