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Confetti Cyclone Blower: Instructions

Create Confetti Fountain Effects: The Cyclone Blower

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Confetti Blower: Large event continuous flow

Basic Electrical Precautions: To reduce risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury, do the following:

  1. Read all instructions.
  2. Keep work area clean. Don’t use electrical devices in wet locations or in the presence of flammable liquids or gases.
  3. Only trained technicians should operate or come in contact with the device and control systems.
  4. Use the right device and appropriate supplies for the task.
  5. Inspect the device prior to each use.  Secure it to avoid it being moved.  Disconnect the device when it is not being used.

General Launcher Warning: When using confetti effects launching equipment, follow these additional safety precautions:

  1. Position the launchers so they will not launch confetti or streamer product directly at anyone, into sensitive mechanical equipment or onto hot devices such as lighting equipment.
  2. Secure the launchers so they will not be moved after they are aimed. Use a safety cable if the launcher is rigged above ground.
  3. Check for and remove obstacles from around the confetti-launching zone.
  4. Use only new approved confetti product.
  5. Warn people in the area a confetti launching is about to occur. 

Normal operating procedures:

  1. Remove the lid from the ATA case and store it out of the way.
  2. Attach the venturi horn to reservoir cover. Connect on to the three studs using the three washers and wing nuts.
  3. Connect the airline to a bottle of CO Smaller bottles may store in the back half. Be sure to use a washer in the hose connector.
  4. Pre-load up to three pounds of bulk confetti in the reservoir.
  5. Open the valve on the CO2 tank to operate.
  6. Hand feed bulk confetti into the loading half of the Cyclone. Establish a consistent feed rate. The Cyclone will move up to one pound per second.
  7. The Cyclone uses five pounds of CO2 per minute. But a CO2 bottle will begin to “freeze up” in about one minute. If a longer continuous effect is desired use multiple bottles and stagger their use.