Find answers to frequently answered questions below.
1. I own a home in
a residential area, what can I do to control mosquitos
in my area?
Please see the following link to the American Mosquito Control Association website,
in which you will find informative articles, suggestions, and a FAQ page.
2. I am looking for London
Fog outerwear and related goods, are you the same company?
No. London Foggers, Inc. has no affiliation with
London Fog Industries, Inc.
3. My London Foggers handheld
unit has stopped, what is the problem?
The Colt, or Eliminator lines from London Foggers
Inc. cary Tecumseh 2 cycle engines. These engines
require a 24:1 Gas to Oil ratio to properly lubricate
the engine while running. It has happened in the past
that end users have bypassed referring to the operators
manuel before use, and accidently used gasoline only.
The engine will run for 30-40 seconds before permanently
ceasing if the proper mixture of oil and gas is not
used. Please consult the operators manual before using
any new London Foggers machine.
4. How do I set up my new machine for initial use?
Every machine is different, and all have different
setup procedures. It is very important to consult
the operators manual before use to ensure each machine
is set up safely and properly. Every London Foggers
machine comes with its own operators manual.
5. How many ounces of spray
should I be spraying out of my London Foggers machine?
Each machine and each geographic region is different.
There is no simple answer for this question, but it
a question we hear often. Each machine operates at
different revolutions per minute (RPM), and pressure
levels. Chemical mixtures also are an important factor
in this decision, as well as accuracy, wind and weather
conditions. There is no simple answer for this question,
but please do not hesitate to call London Foggers
with any questions about mixture type or spray types.
6. What flow rate (output) or ounces per minute should be used with a London Fogger?
This varies depending on the size of fogger selected.
A large fogger is capable or creating proper micron
size particles at greater flow rate than smaller foggers.
Generally, the flow rate or output