Martin: Magnum 850 Completes Line of Foggers

March 31, 2008 by Tony Barthel

Martin’s Magnum line of fog effects is now complete with the introduction of the mid-range Magnum 850.

This replacement for Martin’s popular Magnum 800 fogger, upgraded with new electronics and a new design to match the rest of the Magnum family, is Martin’s latest fog solution for small clubs, mobile DJs, bars, bands or any venue where a mid-air projection canopy or atmosphere enhancing effect is needed.

Martin 850The compact Magnum 850 uses a 750 W heat exchanger together with a high quality piston pump to effortlessly punch out a full 200 m3/min of dense fog. Built rugged yet lightweight and conveniently portable, the Magnum 850 offers substantial cost and maintenance benefits over a long operational life.

The Magnum 850 heats up fast and is continuously operational for a trouble free ‘set it and forget it’ effect with a variety of fluid options available for different applications. The delivery of a continuous and even level of fog and the incorporation of soft-start electronics means that the Magnum 850 operates at a very low noise level. Together with the same machine-saving overheat protection as Martin’s larger machines, the economically-priced Magnum 850 will provide years of maintenance-free operation. Supplied with a hand-held remote control, an optional timer remote is also available.

“This new series of Magnum fog machines has been created with the ambition to capture new technology and solid performance in a new design,” states Martin Smoke Division Product Manager Ulrich Borup Hansen. “To get to this innovative and groundbreaking design we thought outside the black conventional fog machine box. It was important for us to create a fog machine that clearly stands out both design and performance-wise. Furthermore, the extraordinary breadth of the product line allows our customers to choose the exact model to fit their specific need. From the smallest Magnum 650 to the big DMX-controlled Magnum 1800, the Magnums are the natural choice before moving on to our Jem product line.”

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Anthony (Tony) Barthel has been a DJ since 1986 with a unique take on marketing that has resulted in over 1,000 events personally performed. In that time Tony’s weird sense of humor and unique perspective on the world got him started collecting these stories and sharing them with friends and other wedding professionals. Born in Baden, Switzerland Tony celebrates the unusual and outlandish as part of his lifestyle. He was married to Peggy Sue in 2005 in what his friends describe as the most unusual wedding ceremony and reception they’ve ever been to. The ceremony was in a 1928 movie theater complete with giant Wurlitzer Theater Pipe Organ and the reception lasted for two days including a gathering in an ocean side lagoon with 400 of their closest friends.


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