Dry Fog Humidification for Explosives Storage
Application: Ammunition Manufacturer, Grain Silos, Pyrotechnics, Testing Facilities
Needs and Solutions
Static electricity is a constant concern to manufacturers of explosive materials, and low relative humidity increases the risk of dangerous static electricity buildup. Increasing relative humidity to 55% or more provides a necessary margin of safety.
How it works
Adding water vapor to electrically charged air releases static electricity. By maintaining humidity above 50 %, static electric charge does not build up in the air. The DryFog.US Fogger supplies droplets which evaporate instantly and add water vapor to the air to increase relative humidity. Static electricity is dissipated safely.
Safety First: Reliably maintaining high humidity ensures a safer workplace. Even on the driest days, work can continue without risk.
Cost Effective: Installation and operating costs of the system are returned by saving lost work hours.
Low Maintenance: for the DryFog.US Fogger, because of its large non-clogging nozzle, with no moving parts.
Smart Fog has installed humidity addition systems for Israel Defense Industry over the past three years. Work has been able to continue on dry days, when otherwise the production line would have been stopped.