|Type Of Property||High Pressure Misting|
|Pump Pressure||70 bar|
|motor phase||3 phase|
|motor rpm||1420 rpm|
In its simplest form, fogging systems incorporate a high pressure pump and a spray nozzle designed to produce water droplets smaller than the diameter of a human hair, even as small as 5 microns (5 millionth of a meter). When water droplets this small hit the surrounding air, they 'flash evaporate', reducing surrounding temperature to as much as 10-17°c. The scientific principal of fogging, known as thermal dynamics, ensures that a blistering outdoor environment can be transformed into a comfortable and pleasant experience. When fogging systems are utilized within an enclosed environment, such as a spinning mills, ginning industries, textile mills, green house, potato storage shade, wine storage facility, clean room assembly etc., high humidity levels can be achieved without excessive moisture ever reaching the ground. These characteristics make the fogging systems a safe and cost effective alternative to other hazardous and expensive methods of humidification. The secret is the fog. The resultant fog spreads inside areas as dictated by the spray nozzle placement. It cools and humidifies throughout the full range of its movement. The desired level of humidity can be kept constant by aspirated computerized humidistat controls. Thus temperature and humidity gradients are eliminated. We have several installations of our water fog system for humidification in the process area. And all the installations are running successfully. The system delivers water droplets in the region of 10-30 microns, which is required to keep the humidity level at desired level and to eliminate Evaporative losses. The system is able to reduce the ambient temperature and achieve near wet bulb temperature i.e. If the ambient is 40°c the system would be able to drop it to approx. 30°c. Apart from maintaining the desired humidity the drop in temperature achieved due to the evaporative cooling also helps in reducing the evaporative losses and improving the quality of the stored cotton and its products.