The MDG ATMe is the haze generator we consider to be mandatory in the venues we look after in order to minimise costs and equipment maintenance. – Jason Rooney – Director, Eventcraft
The big difference in performance to a standard hazer is the look. For example, the GH Hotel had a balcony and a mezzanine. Using standard hazers, they would fill the room from the bottom up, and we had to use the extraction system or run fans to mix it up. If we didn’t use those, the haze would get as far as the mezzanine and stop, which left clear air up on the first floor and a heavy haze on the dance floor. The MDGs fill everywhere; it’s the same consistency, and it fills every nook and cranny. You almost don’t recognise it is a fog, and you don’t notice it until you punch lights through it. It doesn’t create waves like the ‘oil in water’ effect you can get with standard haze. It’s a consistent, even mix.
The MDG ATMes are physically heavy because they’re really well made. Even the tank cap is a solid piece of machined metal. In terms of operation, you have to have some understanding of gas systems. You’ve got a CO2 bottle and a regulator that allows you to control the pressure of the gas. It’s straightforward, but to a newcomer, it can be daunting. Once you’ve had a walkthrough, it’s simple.
In the long run, you’ve purchased something that will last, that comes with a five year warranty. The pay back is in the reduced cleaning and maintenance costs, and you won’t be having equipment failures because your gear is full of oil.
The ATMe is a superb piece of solid engineering, and feels and works
like the high-quality item it is. – Tim Hall – Managing Director – Resolution X
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