How does it work?
- linear system (the nozzles are installed directly on the steel pipe or tube running along the PE space. Such pipelines may form a ceiling different 'models' for example, several lines along the gratings, etc .;
- system based on diffusers / nozzles linear. The nozzles are located in the housing, followed by a fan which also helps to diffuse the mist;
- system based on the diffusers 360 degrees. The nozzles are installed on a circular atomizer distributing water mist in all directions. The fan is located on the upper part.
They can be made of stainless steel or nickel-plated brass. They consist of several parts:
- wherein the cartridge is a hole through which water is sprayed. Due to the cavitation element it must be made of wear-resistant material. In practice, stainless steel, ceramics (most) and ruby (most resistant). It is replaceable.
- rotator - is made of stainless steel, it is to imparting water 'in a vortex' so as to obtain at the outlet of the nozzle and the mist is not a single stream of water.
- valve 'non-spill' - this is a shut-off valve at low pressure. It prevents dripping from the nozzle after switching off the humidifier.
- polypropylene filter - to filter even the smallest mechanical impurities. which could clog the nozzle.
It can be made of stainless steel or PE hoses. Both the tubes and the hoses have a diameter ⅜ inch.
- Stainless steel tube can be used in applications requiring rigid connections (may form a self-supporting systems) where there is high temperature and where high flows or long distances.
- EP hoses can be used in standard installations for the capacity of 60 l / h, they are flexible and easy to handle, also allow for the use of plug connectors (not require twisting or any tools).
It is responsible for humidity control humidistat installed directly in the room where the humidity is controlled. In addition to humidity control humidistat also displays the current relative humidity and temperature. Switch located next to the humidistat allows you to disable humidification while maintaining preview the current parameters.
It depends mainly on two factors. The first is the type of material it is made of the nozzle tip through which water is sprayed. Due to the cavitation, it must be made of a hard wear-resistant material. In practice, stainless steel, ruby and ceramic. The offer can be found FOGsys nozzles with ceramic and ruby. Due to the relatively affordable price and long life are the most popular ceramic jets. Another very important factor in the service life of the nozzle is water quality. Simple filtering may be insufficient, since the water contained in the stone is deposited on the nozzle clogging them over time. All aggregates FOGsys outside mechanical filters are used as carbon filters purifying water from organic impurities, and a reverse osmosis filter cleaning water from any impurities such as stone or salts thereof. In addition, also used is a UV sterilizer eliminates all kinds of bacteria and viruses so that the water sprayed as a mist into the air is safe for human animals and plants.
The advantage of high pressure systems over pneumatic systems
- Lower installation cost: high-pressure pipe runs in only one hose / tube with water under high pressure and in pneumatic systems they run one of the two water hoses, and the second compressed air. In the case of more complex systems with high-performance distribution of compressed air poses a lot of problems due to the large diameter of the pipe
- Energy consumption: the motor pump unit for a high-pressure capacity of 60 l / h draws only 200 W, so that the cost of the energy consumed by the high-pressure unit is significantly less than the cost of the energy needed to produce the compressed air required by the pneumatic system.
- Safety: distribution of compressed air in the pneumatic systems brings with it many dangers. In case of fire when it comes to damage to pneumatic system additionally compressed air blows the flames. This threat does not exist in the case of high pressure systems
- Work Culture: Pneumatic systems use nozzles mixing water with compressed air. Huge amounts of air required for atomization of the water emerging from the nozzles cause noise nuisance. In the case of high pressure systems, this problem does not occur, these systems are virtually noiseless