Misting Systems: More than Just the Pump
When designing a high-pressure misting system, every part plays a unique role in how the system functions. However, the creation of an effective misting system occurs when three major parts come together to work as a cohesive unit. If you’re thinking about installing a high-pressure misting system, here’s what you’ll need: a high quality and reliable misting pump, misting lines and state of the art nozzles.
While the pump fuels the system, and is considered the heart of a high-pressure misting system it’s not the only component in the equation that matters. Choosing the right misting lines and nozzles will help ensure that everything in the system works the way you need it to. It also allows you to create the misting environment you’ve always imagined.
Here at Koolfog, we don’t take any chances with our misting lines. Rather than settling for lower-cost, lower-quality imports, we manufacture our own lines. These state of the art lines have been specially tested and subject to exhaustive inspections prior to installation or delivery. When you design a misting system with Koolfog, you’ll rest assured knowing that our 100 percent 316L stainless steel misting lines can withstand the test of time and have a strong resistance to corrosive environments. To top it off, all our lines are developed with welded adapters, which ensures a long lifespan and leaves room for the misting nozzle of your choice.
When it comes to choosing the right misting nozzle, our system designers know that one size will never fit all. Our high-pressure misting and humidification nozzles are designed to deliver the ideal water particles for evaporation. As an innovator in outdoor cooling and humidification, our misting systems experts have taken the time to study and duplicate the exact science of natural water evaporation. Thus, creating misting nozzles that allow for this natural process to be mimicked in a controlled setting. Each nozzle is designed with a two-part anti-drip capability and contains a check valve to protect the nozzle when the system is off. Through this system of checks and balances, the misting nozzles are able to create a dry fog or refined mist that cools the air without wetting the surface.
Contact us today to learn more about the design process that each one of our engineers works through when designing a customized misting system. We know that there’s no one size fits all solution for everyone. That’s why our experts take the time to collaborate and engineer the perfect system for every business we have the pleasure of working with. Want to study more about this process on your own? Click here to learn more.
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