Technifex, a leader in live and simulated special effects and turnkey attractions, will be demonstrating its FauxFire range of realistic flame effects at the IAAPA Expo.
Designed and engineered by Technifex, FauxFire is billed as the world’s most realistic-looking, fake flame effects. Completely safe, the effects are created with theatrical smoke or steam, and specialty LED lighting.
IAAPA attendees will be able to check out the range of FauxFire effects for themselves at the Technifex booth.
FauxFire Afterburner promises to be the most realistic simulated flame blast on the market. Powered by the company’s latest FauxFire technology, the steam-based system delivers a powerful blast of “flame” resembling the burners on a jet engine.
Fully controllable and scalable, the FauxFire Afterburner is ideal for adding drama to dark rides, haunted houses, concerts and theatrical presentations.
The company’s FauxFire Campfire concept provides all the heart-warming ambience of a real campfire but without the hassle of fire safety procedures.
Add drama to haunted houses and dark rides
FauxFire Campfire is available in two versions – a steam-based system suitable for permanent applications, and an option that employs a combination of theatrical smoke and LED lighting. Both create the look of real campfire flames, but the latter is designed for temporary applications such as trade shows, special events, haunted houses, concerts and theatrical presentations.
According to Technifex, FauxFire Torch is the most realistic looking simulated torch in the world. This unique, low-cost solution allows operators to incorporate the ambience of real flame into almost any type of themed facility, ride or presentation.
Its flickering light adds atmosphere to haunted houses, dark rides and permanent show venues. FauxFire Torch can operate up to 24 hours per day and requires only power, steam and DMX inputs.
Meet the Technifex team and find out more about FauxFire at Booth #1869, IAAPA Attractions Expo, Orlando, Florida from 13th to 16th November 2018.