Humidification

Misting systems are considered an ideal means of climate control in many industries where humidity and temperature are critical to improve profitability. Applications include textile plants, printing facilities, greenhouse propagation, and wine storage.

Industrial Humidification

In wine storage applications, increasing the relative humidity will reduce the evaporation of wine through the oak barrels. A properly designed and installed humidity control system saves money.

In the woodworking industry, the goal is to properly maintain the Equilibrium Moisture Content (EMC) of the wood product. This eliminates bending, splitting, and cracking of the wood. The Fogco misting system can maintain a stable EMC thereby eliminating many of the quality issues associated with woodworking while reducing overall operational costs.

Paper production, paper storage, and printing facilities also benefit from a controlled environment. Because paper products can readily gain and lose moisture, controlling the humidity level allows for consistent and improved quality of the end product. Issues with paper curling or shrinking are eliminated; ink is more readily absorbed by the paper, and machine operations are improved.

Textile facilities also benefit from humidity control systems reducing downtime and rejections. This is because humidity increases the tensile strength of the fibers while reducing static electricity and filtering residual airborne lint. The enhanced production capacity and reduced waste improves profitability.

Mist Humidification System

The new Revolution Series by Fogco is one of many innovations in climate control and is appropriate for any commercial or industrial humidification project. It will provide better coverage and more effective humidification when compared to a static line mist system.

For significant improvements in the performance of any humidification system, contact the Fogco Customer Service Department for system consultation and design assistance or fill out our Humidification System Design Form.