Magic FX Flamaniac 5-way flamethrower

Magic FX Flamaniac 5-way flamethrower Product no.: MFX-FLAMANIAC Warranty period: This product comes with a 3-year warranty.


At the 2011 Musikmesse, Magic FX surprised everyone by introducing the Flamaniac. This five-way flamethrower creates spectacular flames on stage.

Technology of the Flamaniac

The Flamaniac features five separate outputs which are placed in a kind of rainbow shape. This gives them a rather wide range and allows for creative chases. Because the Flamaniac works on a special mix of propanol and alcohol, there's no need for gas canisters or cartridges.

Controlling the flamethrower

The Flamaniac can be controlled via DMX, but it does feature the necessary safety measures. There's one DMX channel available per output, plus an extra safety channel to lock and unlock the Flamaniac. This channel should be half open when you unlock the Flamaniac. This way, you'll make sure that the Flamaniac doesn't emit flames when you press the 'full on' button.


Product features

Power adapter Europlug, Schucko or CEE 7/7 plug

Weight and dimensions including packaging

  • Weight (incl. packaging) 15.0 kg

Product specifications

  • powerful flamethrower
  • 5 outputs, fan-configuration
  • emits flames with a maximum height of approximately 20 feet (6 m)
  • works on a special fluid (mixture of alcohol and propanol)
  • internal fluid compression for optimal output
  • fluid separately available in 4 colours
  • works via DMX (5 channels + safety channel = 6 channels)
  • safety channel needs to be half open for unlocking
  • no fire option with the 'full on' button on many DMX controllers
  • with professional lockable power supply (input and output)
  • with XLR 3-pin DMX inputs and outputs
  • DMX addressing via display with menu buttons
  • rugged, road-proof housing
  • mains voltage: 230 V AC, 50 Hz
  • power consumption: 100 watts
  • dimensions: 13.4 x 12.2 x 9.4 inches (340 x 310 x 240 mm)
  • weight: 38.6 lbs (17.5 kg)


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