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ESTA - E1.23

Entertainment Technology - Design and Execution of Theatrical Fog Effects

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Organization: ESTA
Publication Date: 1 January 2010
Status: inactive
Page Count: 23
scope:

This Standard is intended to be applicable to the creation of theatrical effects using artificial fogs or mists in theatres, arenas, and other places of entertainment or public assembly.

The aerosols within the scope of this Standard are injected directly into the environment or are carried out of the fog generating equipment on a stream of ambient air, or a stream of nitrogen, argon, carbon dioxide, or a mixture of nitrogen and oxygen that approximates the composition of normal air. The Chemical Abstracts Service registry numbers for the gases that may be used as vehicles for the aerosols

Document History

January 1, 2020
Entertainment Technology - Design, Execution, and Maintenance of Atmospheric Effects
This Standard is intended to be applicable to the creation of Atmospheric Effects using artificial fogs or mists in theatres, motion picture studios, arenas, and other places of entertainment, public...
E1.23
January 1, 2010
Entertainment Technology - Design and Execution of Theatrical Fog Effects
This Standard is intended to be applicable to the creation of theatrical effects using artificial fogs or mists in theatres, arenas, and other places of entertainment or public assembly. The...
January 1, 2010
Entertainment Technology - Design and Execution of Theatrical Fog Effects
This Standard is intended to be applicable to the creation of theatrical effects using artificial fogs or mists in theatres, arenas, and other places of entertainment or public assembly. Purpose...

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