The Little Cloud Snow Gun is the perfect beginner snow gun for residential use! The Little Cloud Snow Gun is capable of producing up to 1" of real snow per hour in a 5' x 12' area. The Little Cloud is a great option for smaller yards and residential applications. With the Little Cloud, all you need is an air compressor and a garden hose to make snow!
The Little Cloud Snow Gun is designed to be used at home with a standard water spigot. Simply connect your garden hose to the spigot, then to the Little Cloud. An air compressor is also required with the snow gun to produce small ice crystals for snowflake formation in cold temperatures. This setup is plug and play and extremely easy to use! See below for more specs and features about the Little Cloud Snow Gun:
SNOW GUN FEATURES
Anodized Aluminum Construction (CNC Machined Parts)
Stainless Steel Misting Nozzles (pre-assembled)
Specialized Internal Components
Standard Quick Connect Fittings (for water connections)
Inline Water Filter (extra filter to remove any particulates from entering snow gun)
Commercial Nucleation Nozzle (customized to optimize ice crystal formation and snow production)
Air Check Valve (eliminates water back-flow into air hose)
Little Cloud Snow Gun
Tripod Stand (360 degree tilt options)
Low Pressure Water Filter (150 Mesh)
Low Pressure Blow Out Tool
Instruction Manual & Detailed Video Instructional Library
*Air Compressor NOT Included
(1) Air compressor is required with the Little Cloud Snow Gun. The Air Compressor must be rated at least 4.5 CFM @ 90 PSI to work properly. Recommended compressor size is between 5-6 CFM @ 90 PSI. Compressors rated greater than 6 CFM @ 90 PSI will work, but will not improve snow quality.
STANDARD HOME WATER SOURCE
The Little Cloud Snow Gun is designed to work with a standard home water spigot. Simply hook your garden hose straight up to the snow gun!
The Little Cloud Snow Gun requires freezing conditions to produce real snow. For more information about snowmaking temperatures Click HERE
The Little Cloud Snow Gun will produce 1" of snow per hour in an approximate area of 5' x 12'.