Fog systems are used for a variety of applications, such as improving air quality, suppressing dust, and controlling humidity. Fog systems, when designed properly, can help you meet or exceed air quality standards in your building while delivering your humidity goals. Here at Fogco, we offer a variety of products to suit a wide range of applications in both the commercial and industrial sectors.
How Does a Dry Fog System Work?
A dry fog system works by using an air injection nozzle coupled with compressed air and plain water to create dry fog. The true fog created by this system is similar to what nature produces, meaning the droplets are typically 1-10 microns in size.
We offer the Fogco Air Injection Dry Fog System that has many key features to ensure efficient dust particle removal as well as up 99% humidity levels. Our fog systems can produce over 150lbs of fog per hour and features air nozzles with flow rates at 8lbs -16lbs per hour. Our nozzles are also drip free, saving on water costs even if the system loses air pressure. This system also features a control box that allows for on-site adjustments for output and other performance features, allowing you to have the proper settings easily for maximum efficiency.
Applications of Dry Fog Systems
These type of systems are best used in industries with humidification needs that have height or space restrictions which require the driest fog possible. With controlled humidity, these systems can reduce static electricity, cut down on dust particles and increase the overall speed of production machines.
Innovative Solutions for Indoor Climate Control
At Fogco, we have the capability to improve existing humidification systems using outdated equipment or processes. For instance, our Revolution Series in an innovative system for climate control that provides enlarged and more efficient coverage compared to static line mist systems. This system is useful for a range of projects in both the industrial and commercial sectors.
Get started on the road to improved air quality and humidification control. Contact our team today to discuss your needs and learn more about our fog system options.