Posts Categorized: Humidification

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 »

Humidification for Paper Processing and Printing Industries

August 20th, 2013 | Posted by fogco_admin

Constant and consistent control of the humidity levels in all stages of the paper processing and printing industries is critical for optimum results. To maintain the moisture content of the paper and to ensure proper operation of the equipment, humidity levels between 40% and 55% are required. By maintaining these humidity levels, the paper quality… Read more »

Humidification And Humidity Control Systems

August 7th, 2013 | Posted by fogco_admin

The Fogco Revolution technology achieves continuous, eve, 360-degree humidification coverage from ceiling heights as low as eight feet.  Hung like a simple ceiling fan it broadcasts a fine ‘invisible mist’ outward in a horizontal circle along a stream of air. The textile industry’s newest 360-degree vented mist system for humidity control provides up to five times the… Read more »

Improved Humidity Control Comes to Greenhouses

July 9th, 2013 | Posted by fogco_admin

Most greenhouse growers fight a continual battle against low humidity and high temperature, which can trigger plant water stress. If humidity drops below 30 percent, the growing process may slow to a halt. The problem can worsen each winter when cold weather reduces the moisture in the air. To assure consistent quality and production, greenhouse… Read more »