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The JEM™ Glaciator X-Stream creates a total ground fog effect from a self-contained unit (no C02 or dry ice required). It requires only a power source and the simple but effective JEM™ heavy fog fluids available in three densities for differing low-fog effects.

The Glaciator X-Stream houses a remarkably powerful compressor, allowing colossal fog output levels. And because of its advanced, electronically controlled expansion valve, it has a rapid freeze down time and a fast recovery when fired. This means the Glaciator X-Stream has a continuous effect output, almost infinitely, with a cool ease. Its chassis design; with two high velocity fans and smart-flow ventilation, also keeps the Glaciator X-Stream ticking in environments of high ambient temperatures; up to 40° C (104° F). Featuring a power save system when passive, the Glaciator X-Stream is conscientiously efficient with energy and sound, and its cooling fans have a low noise operation when idle, benefiting theatrical and studio applications.

The Glaciator X-Stream has the option of an external fluid supply; allowing voluminous levels of fog fluid to be stored up to 100 meters away from the unit and at a head height of up to 6 meters. Where silence is golden and space is rare, the optional ducting system allows you to place the unit up to 10 meters away from its application area. A great solution, the remote access system does not in any way compromise the fog output density. The JEM™ Glaciator X-Stream is the benchmark in low-fog production for use in touring and installation live performance applications such as theater, nightclubs, television, studio, film production, and live performance.

  • Self-contained low-fog solution
  • Robust feature set
  • Actors' Equity/Broadway League Approved

Features

  • Robust tour-ready industrial design
  • Self contained unit: no C02 or dry ice
  • Onboard DMX and PLC control
  • Dual digital control panels
  • Density control: low, medium or high
  • Continuous effect output
  • Diverse fluid options for differing effects
  • Internal or external fluid supply
  • Low fluid sensing
  • Optional ducting system and remote control

Specifications

Physical Length: 866 mmn (34 in.) Width: 638 mm (25.1 in.) Height: 744 mm (29.3 in.) Height without castors: 600 mm (23.6 in.) Weight, dry: 110 kg (242.5 lbs.) Weight, filled: 115 kg (253.5 lb.)
Performance Coverage volume: 80 m3 (2825 ft3) minute Fluid consumption (max): 110 ml minute Continuous effect output Ready time (min-max): 15-45 minutes, longer cooling period yields colder fog
Control and Programming Control options: Dual digital control panel, DMX, optional analog remote control, PLC Control parameters: Continuous or timer-controlled output Fog/Density: Proportionally controlled output, 0-100% DMX Addressing: Analog DIP Switches Special Functions: Analog DIP and control switches DMX channels: 2 DMX compliance: ANSI E1.11 - USITT DMX512-A
Construction Housing: Steel & aluminum Color: Black and silver Portability: Removable castors Heat exchanger: 3500 W, thermally protected Fluid pump: Dual oscillating piston, high-pressure Fluid management: Fluid out sensing, sealed for transportation Fluid reservoir: 5 l drop-in reservoir or external source External fluid control: Fluid demand, low-fluid sensing Refrigeration: Closed loop system, dual speed condenser fans, electronic expansion valve Refrigeration control: PWM electronic control Refrigerant: R404A, 1.2 kg (2.65 lb.) Optional ducting kit: Black, aluminum, dual ducting adaptor, 2 x 5 m (16.4 ft.), 150 mm (6 in.) flexible ducting included Optional remote control: Analog timer remote control, 3-pin XLR, 5 m (16.4 ft.) cable included Remote control cable length (Max.): 25 m (82 ft.) Optional fluid drain pipe kit: Includes tubing adaptor elbow, and 2 m (6.6 ft.), 6 mm ID, flexible drain hose
Installation Standing floor use only Orientation: Horizontal Only Clearance around machine: 0.5 m (20 in.) External fluid system (optional): See user manual or contact Martin Professional External fluid tubing (optional): Requires Nylon or PTFE tubing, 10 bar (145 psi) minimum rating Ducting: Optional, max length 10 m (32.8 ft.)
Connections AC Power (EU model): IEC Pin & sleeve (CEEform), inlet, 32 A, 2P-3W, 220-240 V AC Power (US model): Hardwired flexible mains cable, 3 x 4.0 mm2 (6 AWG), 3.3 m (10.8 ft.) DMX in/out: 3-pin locking XLR Remote control: 3-pin locking XLR PLC Interface/external fluid signaling: D-sub, DB-9, female inlet Firmware: AVR socket External fluid inlet: Push-to-connect tubing inlet, valved, 6mm (0.24 in.) Fluid drain pipe: 8 mm threaded, 1/8” BSP
Electrical EU Model AC Power: 220 - 240 V, 50 Hz Integrated resettable fuse: 25 A circuit breaker US model AC power: 208 V, 60 Hz Integrated resettable fuse: 25 A circuit breaker
Typical Power and Current EU model 220 V, 50 Hz: 4483 W, 20.3 A* 230 V, 50 Hz: 4900 W, 21.3 A* 240 V, 50 Hz: 5335 W, 22.23 A* US Model 208 V, 60 Hz: 4200 W, 22.5 A* *Measurements made at nominal voltage. Allow for a deviation of +/- 10%.:
Thermal Maximum ambient temperature (Ta max.): 40° C (104° F) Minimum ambient temperature (Ta min.): 5° C (41° F) Exterior surface temperature, steady state: 50° C (122° F) Maximum nozzle temperature: 200° C (392° F)
Approvals EU safety: EN 60335-1+A15, EN 62233 EU EMC: EN 61000-6-3 EU Immunity: EN 61000-6-1 Calibration factors have been developed and approved by the Actors’ Equity Association and the Broadway League for use in measuring theatrical fog with the JEM™ Glaciator X-Stream and JEM™ Heavy Fog Fluid, C3.:
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Included Items Fluid reservoir 5 l: P/N 34300506 Drip tray: P/N 26564230 Mains power, EU, IEC pin & sleeve connector, 32 A, 2P-3W, 220-240 V: P/N 05327240
Accessories Analog remote control: P/N 92765013 JEM™ Glaciator X-Stream, Fluid Drain Pipe Kit: P/N 92620004 JEM™ Glaciator X-Stream, Ducting Kit: P/N 92625007 Approved Fluids JEM™ Heavy Fog Fluid, A1 JEM™ Heavy Fog Fluid, B2 JEM™ Heavy Fog Fluid, C3 JEM™ Pro Clean Supreme *Various sizes available - contact your dealer or see 'Fluids' product pages for details Service Tools Epsilon 5 AVR Programmer: P/N 50502004 Temperature Calibration Box: P/N 92620005
Ordering Information JEM™ Glaciator X-Stream, EU: P/N 92210500 JEM™ Glaciator X-Stream, US: P/N 92210501

Downloads

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Specifications
JEM Glaciator X-Stream Spec Sheet-English   en  517 KB Jul 09, 2018
Caractéristiques techniques fr  23.4 KB May 18, 2018
Specifications en  9.08 KB May 18, 2018
Manuals
Manuel d´utilisation fr  986 KB May 18, 2018
User manual en  866 KB May 18, 2018
Illustrations
JEM Glaciator X-Stream 230V General Dimensions DXF en  3.07 MB May 18, 2018
JEM Glaciator X-Stream 230V General Dimensions en  182 KB May 18, 2018
JEM Glaciator X-Stream 208V General Dimensions DXF en  2.94 MB May 18, 2018
JEM Glaciator X-Stream 208V General Dimensions en  133 KB May 18, 2018
JEM Glaciator X-Stream Ducting Dimensions en  22.6 KB May 18, 2018
3D Symbols
Vectorworks Symbols 2.6  en  66.4 MB May 01, 2019
Compliances
Environ Calib Factor ZR33/Mag 2500Hz/Glaciator X-Stream en  1.02 MB May 11, 2018
CE Compliance Glaciator X-Stream en  70.2 KB May 18, 2018
Parts
92620004 - Glaciator X-Stream Fluid Drain Pipe Kit en  183 KB May 11, 2018
Epsilon 5 AVR Programmer en    May 22, 2018
HFGX Ducting System Retaining Fasteners en    May 22, 2018
Glaciator X-Stream Electrics Box en    May 22, 2018
Service Procedures
Temperature calibration methods en    May 22, 2018
Service Notes
Glaciator X-Stream Digital - Analogue PCB Compatability en  84.9 KB May 18, 2018
Fuse Holder Kit Instruction 1.0  en  810 KB May 18, 2018
Glaciator X-Stream Customer Temperature Checklist en  289 KB May 18, 2018
Particle Size, Fluid Density and Refractive Index Values en    Jun 07, 2018
Thermocouple colour changes en    May 22, 2018
Martin Atmospheric Effect Fluid Matrix en    Jun 19, 2018
Thermocouple color changes     Dec 11, 2017
Glaciator Ducting Kit Fastening Parts     Dec 11, 2017
Glaciator X-Stream Compressor Electrics Box - 26570150     Dec 11, 2017
Epsilon 5 AVR Programmer     Dec 07, 2017
Tech Notes
Temperature Calibration Methods     Dec 07, 2017

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