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Hi guys,

I'm looking for ideas and pictures in inventive ways to disguise or hide foggers and chillers

My foggers are standard small black ones and my big chiller is an icebox one with the fogger sat on top.

I've hit a total idea wall over this, don't want it to be too elaborate as it's going in a graveyard scene and would ideally like to cover the fogger on top.

Thanks in advance.
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Make a vault!

One of those above-ground vaults, or those large wide tombstones. Build your cooler inside the tombstone or vault, and decorate the lid so it can be removed and ice added.

Also, you don't need to locate your fogger right in the display. Go get those 4" black plastic corrugated landscaping drain pipes, to route your fog to your fog chiller. Add a small PC fan at the start to keep a constant flow of air through the piping, and you'll keep the fog flowing.

I can also recommend these guys for diverting and routing your fog:

http://www.homedepot.com/p/InvisaFlow-StealthFlow-28-1-2-in-Downspout-Extension-4620/202516218
 

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Hey Bruenor, I'm lucky enough to have some low lying plants to hide my fogger behind. If you don't have that luxury, I've seen people use an upside-down foam cooler painted to look like a stone headstone base (properly ventilated of course). Like Bryan316, I too pipe my fog. I use this- http://www.homedepot.com/p/Advanced...erforated-Corex-Drain-Pipe-03010010/100576671 , that way, I can pipe fog across the length of my graveyard and the bonus is that the fog has time to cool down nicely so that it hugs the ground. I also like to wet down the gravel and plants that the fog will flow across. It works so well that it's been known to freak out some of our local haunt buddies.
 

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I'm going to hide my chiller inside a monument-style cemetery marker. It will just be a simple cube with an angel statue on top and a name plaque on the front. The output of the chiller will exit at ground level at the front of the cube and come out through a gargoyle's head at the base of the monument.


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It was designed to go at the end of a gutter downspout. I think it will look really cool with fog coming out of it, and the nice thing is that it will still look good even if it's breezy and the fog blows away pretty quickly. I'm in the process of making this right now, I'll post pictures or a video when it's done.

Here's a link for the gargoyle, if anybody cares: https://www.amazon.com/Design-Tosca...-spons&keywords=toscano+gutter+gargoyle&psc=1
 

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I'm going to hide my chiller inside a monument-style cemetery marker. It will just be a simple cube with an angel statue on top and a name plaque on the front. The output of the chiller will exit at ground level at the front of the cube and come out through a gargoyle's head at the base of the monument.


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It was designed to go at the end of a gutter downspout. I think it will look really cool with fog coming out of it, and the nice thing is that it will still look good even if it's breezy and the fog blows away pretty quickly. I'm in the process of making this right now, I'll post pictures or a video when it's done.

Here's a link for the gargoyle, if anybody cares: https://www.amazon.com/Design-Tosca...-spons&keywords=toscano+gutter+gargoyle&psc=1
Wow! What a great idea!!! I would love to see this in action!!!
 
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