Fog Chiller

The premise of a fog chiller is pretty simple: a fog machine produces fog through heating a mixture of water and glycerin; the resulting fog is warm and thus rises and dissipates quickly. A fog chiller is designed to cool the fog down before releasing it, allowing the fog to roll along the ground and hang in the air much longer. Mine is made out of a Rubbermaid container and some a/c tubing. The tubing is run back and forth inside the container, which is filled with ice. This gives the fog plenty of opportunity to cool down before exiting out the other end. Pretty nifty, huh? This project was completely stolen, without credit, from Adam over at Ghosts of Halloween - I might even sell this!