Example number one.
Example number two. The principle is the same. Powered by batteries.
Examples of such a generator in the photo:
Small bubble generator with a blue disc. The control panel allows you to turn it on and off.
Single disc bubble generator with one fan. The control panel and the unit that receives signals from the console.
Сolor brown metallic.
An example of a bubble generator on the rack in order to make the bubbles fly high.
Examples of two-disk bubble generators in the photo:
The principle of operation of the generator, which raises the bubbles up to the ceiling. With the help of two additional fans, the bubbles are directed upward by the air flow.
The generator with two disks and two fans. Rear view. Connectors from left to right. 1- 220V mains, 2- switch / mode switch is always on / controller, 3 – connector for connecting the receiver from the control panel.
There are fans down here too. They are hidden behind the holes in the generator housing.
As an example, I chose this generator. Mind that with a modest size and weight, it has 3 drums, from which bubbles fly out.
Very interesting perspective. Fans and drums with soap rings from which bubbles will fly are also visible. The detergent for bubble generators is poured directly into the generator. There the rings are wetted inside the machine and a film is formed.
The rear part is classic: connectors for 220V mains and a controller and a switch.
The control most often has only two buttons for primitive functions (on / off). Therefore, it is difficult to get confused. It so happens that there is never a problem with remote controls. Generator's fans break more often than controls. In my opinion, the batteries in the remotes are less likely to disappoint you than the fans.
This photo shows how the generators are located at the edges of the stage and above.
Generators are used on stage several times. At the end of the shows we shower the whole stage with bubbles forming a layer of froth of about 50 cm.
In the advertising company of my show there were 3 cars. They drove around the city and left a trail of flying soap bubbles behind.