Found this in a old barn.
I think it's a heater, when you turn it on it blows (powerfully)
lukewarm air from the three openings.
It could be broken so it's not blowing hot air, but if it is a heater,
what is the reservoir for?
Looks llike a fogger to me.
here are some current units:
and here is one that looks to be your unit:
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
I tried to find out why yours says Selig on the motor housing, and
came up with this site:
<http://www.artery.org/Selig-PioneerNeon.htm it actually made
some interesting reading.
I suspect Selig bought enough machines from Fogmaster (
http://www.fogmaster.com/tri-jet.html ) to have them house
branded, a bit like Craftsman.
Yep, that's gotta be what it is. So what exactly do you use one of
these for? Fog up your *entire* home with insecticide to kill off
Btw, would you please bottom post so we can keep the conversation in
I guess we are finished communicating. I do really resent your
arrogance in suggesting that I bottom post. I top post on purpose
and with full knowledge. I resent having to scroll through
page(s) of <<<<< stuff to see that some bright, enlightened poster
followed some of the conventions, failed to snip anything, and
ended up saying, "yea, me too!" I am really hard pressed to
believe that anyone capable of operating a computer and
communicating at any other level feels the need to repeat the
previous conversation to be able to remember what the
conversation was about. I do not do it for telephone
conversations, personal letter writing, telegrams, or any other
communicating that I do. I really thought the information and
knowledge were much more important than any archaic outmoded
conventions from early dial up years and before. I'm sorry you
feel as you do, I will NOT change.
Here is the current Selig offering of the Fogmaster branded
sprayer with full explanation of how, when, and where it should be
It should probably be noted they were quite common to used in a
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
You are taking what I wrote the wrong way.
Many ppl read these NG's and it's much easier for a "lurker" to follow the
conversation if the posts are bottom posted.
Plus the fact if someone Googles a topic they can read the entire
conversation w/o interruption.
I always "Google" a question before asking, and sometimes the posts don't
make sense because of top-posting.
I really appreciate your help! And this
http://www.fogmaster.com/tri-jet.html IS the exact fogger that I have.
Bottom posting is the custom in newsgroups. If you don't follow the
custom, people will advise you, as the poster did, in a nice way.
Just because other forms of communication do it the other way, does
not mean it carries over to here. If you go to the UK, and demand to
drive like you do in the US (and most other places), you will meet
As they say, when in Rome...
Hope this helps, being new to newsgroups is not always easy.
The difference is that those are all one to one methods of communication.
Usenet is one to many.
I don't expect you to change, but if you haven't already seen this brief
web page perhaps you could spare a few moments to look at it. It explains,
even with some humor, the reasons why most experienced Usenet users prefer
to trim postings and then reply in line or bottom posting style.
Yes trimming AND bottom posting is better, but if you're not going to
trim, top-posting makes it far less painful. Actually, for a lot of
posts, the best thing would probably be to stare at it for a while,
and then decide not to post at all.
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