we cool you off without getting you wet
High pressure Mist Cooling is one of the most effective, and efficient, methods available for cooling open outdoor areas. Misting Systems have been used worldwide for cooling hotel, resort, restaurant and bar outdoor seating areas, backyards and patios, as well as event cooling and sports sidelines. They are also used in a multitude of harsh industrial, construction, manufacturing and agricultural settings for climate control, humidification and dust suppression.
Mist Cooling works by forcing water through specially designed misting nozzles to create a fog of ultra fine water droplets. The general rule in the Misting Industry is the higher the pressure the smaller the droplets and the faster the evaporation. For example, a High-Pressure Misting System that produces between 800 and 1200 psi utilizes a process called ‘flash evaporation’, which occurs when the High-Pressure Misting is forced out through nozzles with very small orifices, around the size of hair on your head. It creates a very fine mist that results in a significant drop in temperature without wetness.
A common misconception is that misting is meant to get you all wet to cool you off. Rather, the tiny droplets or fog, quickly evaporate, cooling the surrounding air. Properly designed, a mist cooling system will work with prevailing winds and air movement, and are often combined with fans to move mist or cooled air into the cooled zones. Mist cooling can reduce the temperature up to 30 degrees Fahrenheit in very dry climates. And, it can still perform quite effectively even in very humid climates, often reducing temperatures by as much as 15-25 degrees by employing fans to facilitate evaporation.
High Pressure Misting is a very effective & efficient way to cool down large areas - even in high humidity climates.
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Misting Systems consist of a pump, mist line, nozzles, and one or more fans to cool down outdoor areas.
The mist pump is the heart of the system. Water is fed into the pump from a standard garden spigot and the pump pushes it into the mist line and out of the nozzles at 1000 psi.
Mist fans help push the cooled air around the area and cools you down without getting you wet.