Posts Categorized: Humidification

Heading into Winter, it’s Time to Focus on Humidification

September 18th, 2014 | Posted by fogco_admin
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As we head into winter, we start to see more activity focused on humidification (most climates are drier in the winter than in the summer).  Misting systems are extremely effective at adding humidity to the air without causing fallout or moisture buildup in the surrounding area. The ideal humidity level will depend on the specific… Read more »

Factors Affecting Greenhouse Humidification

February 24th, 2014 | Posted by fogco_admin

Most greenhouse applications require artificial humidification to maintain moisture levels that provide an ideal growing environment. Of the available options to introduce this needed humidity, high pressure misting systems are a practical and the effective option. Before considering the type of humidification system or the system design, a good understanding of the environment is required…. Read more »

How Mist Systems use water

January 20th, 2014 | Posted by fogco_admin

Water is a unique and incredibly diverse resource. It is the only substance on the planet that has the ability to naturally exist as a solid, a liquid, or a gas. Consequently, water has varying properties depending on the state it is in.  Misting systems take advantage of both the liquid and the gas properties… Read more »

1 Phase vs. 3 Phase Motors

January 17th, 2014 | Posted by fogco_admin

Most residential misting systems are designed for 1 Phase power because that is typically the only available power supply. However, some commercial and most industrial applications do have the option of using 1 Phase or 3 Phase power. So the question becomes, which is a better option. In terms of the actual performance of the… Read more »

Achieving humidity with dry fog

December 11th, 2013 | Posted by fogco_admin

The ability to create very high humidity levels has been needed for dozens of industrial applications for decades.  The ideal means to accomplish this depends of a number of critical factors. What level of humidity is needed? How large is the area to be humidified? Is moisture fallout a concern? Are their specific on-site considerations… Read more »