Is the fog emitted harmful?
NO. It is not real smoke - it is a glycol vapour and is harmless. We have a report, along with a health and safety data sheet, which analyses this in great detail, and copies are available. A similar substance is also used in theatres, discos and e-cigarettes.
How do I turn it on/arm it?
SmokeCloak is connected permanently to the mains supply and is triggered into operation by the alarm system.  Arming and disarming are therefore controlled by the alarm system.
For how long does the fog pump out? 
The SmokeCloak can activate on initial trigger for between 6 to 59 seconds. If, subsequently, the density of the vapour were to drop, the Cloak sensor (a vapour monitor) will automatically reactivate, maintaining protection. 45 minutes is the typical time the fog will remain if the room is unventilated and at normal temperature.
How do you recommend the fog is extracted?
After turning off the alarm system, doors and windows can be opened to create a through-draught. The fog should always be evacuated after activation.
Will the fog damage clothing/personal computers/money etc.?
NO. Providing it is installed and maintained correctly, it will not cause any damage.
What happens if the alarm system is accidentally triggered?
SmokeCloak will only operate when the alarm system instructs it to do so.  However, if the alarm system is un-set (i.e. during the day), several internal circuits prevent SmokeCloak operating on its own - even if the alarm system malfunctions.  
How many times can SmokeCloak operate on one container of fluid?
It takes 0.45cc of fluid to make 1m3 of vapour. The amount of activations will therefore depend on machine, room size and fluid bottle being used.
A SmokeCloak can therefore activate a number of times on a single bottle of fluid. A sensor in the fluid bottle will tell the alarm control panel if it is ‘low fluid’ or, if it is out of fluid, ‘no fluid’.
Does the installation of SmokeCloak affect insurance cover?
Some major insurance companies are offering discounts for the inclusion of SmokeCloak in risk improvement measures.