Dry Fog Provides Industrial Humidification minus Wetting

November 11th, 2014 by Smart Fog

Older humidifier machines were not always effective at preventing surface wetting. In some industrial applications wetting is undesirable; in others it may even prove disastrous. Dry fog technology keeps water droplets airborne until they have evaporated, so that wet spots are not able to form, even when humidity levels are elevated substantially. A system which uses water sparingly is more affordable to run, providing long-term savings.

Low-pressure Dry Fog Systems are Less Hazardous

Machinery which operates under high pressure poses some risk of explosions, which is another reason why many businesses prefer the newer technology available in dry fog systems. Room humidifiers which are sparing in their power consumption and safe to operate can be left running twenty-four hours a day, and are thus useful in applications such as food ripening and wine storage, where environmental control must be continuous. Machines which are well suited to a range of industrial applications can be obtained via www.smartfog.com.

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