While this may be true for the $60 Omnisistem Skull Fogger f-80hb, for more expensive machines most will say use only fluid recommended by the manufacturer.
Makes one wonder if you could repurpose an office water cooler to perform a similar task, running fog through the lines instead of water.
-Fog quickly passing through may not have time to cool adequately.
-System may overheat from lack of water in the lines and frequent compressor on/off cycles.
-Ambient heat from the unit (negligible).
I wouldn't try it unless the machine is expendable, Not sure if there is really a difference since for low lying it generally requires use of a cooling system to keep the fog low. My guess is its a more potent solution than regular water based.
But again I wouldn't try it unless you don't need the machine to work again.
ok. is there any kind of fluid that is close to low-lying that i can use?
Is there a way to cool it somehow?