The questions I have:
-Is it possible to pump haze through a 4" pvc pipe with inline duct fans to disperse it through holes along the pipe? The total distance is about 50'
-Can a fluid reservoir be installed far away from the haze machine and fluid pumped to it?
-Are there chilling devices for hazers to make the haze float near the ground that use a refrigeration system (not ice).
Any suggestions/experience to share is most appreciated-
- yes, although using the prevailing breeze to your advantage would be best, trying to fight mother nature with fans will be extremely challenging.
- yes, as long as there is not too much head (vertical distance). Too high container and the fluid would siphon down, too low and it won't pump. Not that you couldn't find someone to make you a simple system to refill a container near the unit. A simple float valve and pump would do. Another option could be a pump on a timer (few minutes a day) to pump fluid from a large reservoir to the smaller container near the unit and have an overflow draining from the smaller container back to the larger reservoir. Many solutions to this problem.
-you'd probably have to fabricate your own for that one.
The radiance is a great hazer but what is your budget? Brand name fluid runs $100/gallon , $40/gallon for froggy's. I'd be more inclined to use hazer that uses traditional glycol/water (regular cheap fluid). DF-50 uses cheap fluid, try renting one of those and trying.
Before you do anything I'd rent one for the day and see if it can even perform anywhere near what you need. Another option depending on climate could be a water screen, fine nozzle's sending up a mist of water.