Fogging systems work by atomizing water into tiny droplets and distributing them into the air. The droplets produced by a fogging system are small enough to stay suspended in the air, creating a "fog" that can help to increase humidity, reduce temperature, and provide other benefits, depending on the end-use of the application. The fine mist is achieved through the use of misting nozzles, fogging nozzles, or other types of atomizing equipment connected to a high-pressure pump. The droplets are created by breaking up the water stream using mechanical or compressed air.
Fogging systems have a variety of applications across different industries. Our fogging systems are widely used in Humidification plants, Greenhouse, Mushroom farms, Tea plant humidification, Dairy farms, sanitization booth/tunnel, along with many other applications.
The Fogging Systems developed by VAI are superior as they use high-pressure pumps to pressurize treated supply water to between 1000 and 2000 psi. The stainless steel orifice of Fog nozzles atomize the water into billions of ultra-fine fog droplets. VAI fogging systems do not require compressed air or heat, which ensures efficient consumption of energy and resources.
Case Study on Use of Fogging Systems
The production of textile materials such as yarns, fabrics, and other textile products is affected by the temperature and humidity in the atmosphere. The characteristics of textile fibers, whether they are natural or synthetic, such as their weight, dimensions, strength, elasticity, and rigidity, are influenced by the amount of moisture in the air.
The relative humidity affects various physical properties of textile materials. For example, the strength of cotton fibers increases as the relative humidity goes up, while the strength of viscose fibers decreases. The elongation of most textile fibers increases with an increase in relative humidity. At higher levels of relative humidity, fibers have a tendency to stick together, and the tendency for static electricity due to friction decreases.
Temperature alone does not have a significant effect on the fibers. However, the amount of moisture that the air can hold is influenced by temperature, so temperature and humidity must be considered together. It is essential to maintain the appropriate conditions of temperature and humidity during the production of textile materials to ensure their desired characteristics.
Fogging Systems are thus required in industries which need moisture regain in order to grow or produce their products.
The fogging machine, or fogger as it is sometimes called, is a versatile piece of equipment that uses a fine spray to apply a chemical solution, often used for pest control, restricting the growth or mould or odour control. It is becoming increasingly popular as a means of sanitising surfaces.
One of the best methods growers use is a fogging system to regulate humidity and create an ideal setting for plants to grow. Fogging is essentially a visible cloud of water droplets suspended in the air, both cooling and moisturizing the grow environment.
The fogging system, or fogging system, is a system that shortens the environment in a short period of time and provides the moisture needed by the plants when used in the hill. It is also used to remove odors and odors, to create special effects by dust suppression, open air cooling and fog or smoke images.