Misting and Humidity
An effective and efficient way to cool down any given area, even in high humidity climates, is through misting.
There are different kinds of misting systems: low pressure, medium pressure and high-pressure misting systems.
Low pressure. They work best around pools, vegetation, and landscaping. Low pressure misting regulates humidity levels in plants, trees, flowers and soils.
Medium Pressure. This is best for homeowners who live in drier places. Misting in patios and gazebos or other areas in the garden deliver cool relief from hot temperatures.
High-pressure. This can be used in any kind of climate and always guarantee great results. High-pressure misting systems are more commonly used in restaurants and other industrial structures.
Many industries and applications use humidity or temperature control to give enhanced profitability.
Increasing the relative humidity in wine storage applications can dramatically decrease evaporation of wine through barrels of oak. A properly designed and installed misting and humidity control system can save them money and increase profit as less heat reduces wine evaporation.
In the woodworking industry, the objective is to effectively maintain the moisture content. An effective misting system means being able to stabilize and eliminate many of the quality problems associated with woodworking. You end up with a product that is not only improved; you also lessen the costs associated with manufacturing your products.
A controlled environment can give a lot of benefits to paper productions and other storage facilities, too. Moisture can easily penetrate through paper products that are why a constantly controlled humidity level is very important to maintain. To improve the end products in paper production, the place of production cannot be too hot or too cold.
Textile operations use misting and humidity control systems to improve quality and minimize downtime and product rejects. This is because humidity control contributes in increasing the strength of tensile in fibers, and it also reduces static electricity, lessens cotton fly and filters residues of airborne lint.
High-pressure Misting and High Humidity: Does it work?
High pressure misting can be used into any kind of climate, always giving you great results. They cool the air without leaving homeowners or restaurant customers feeling wet or saturated. Industrial structures, restaurants, sunrooms or any kind of business can use this system to increase coolness in their establishments.
The humidity, indeed, reduces the cooling power or a misting system, especially during the more humid parts of the day. However, it does not matter where you are, it is always less humid when it is less hotter. Even when it get to 95 degrees the humidity can drop down o as low as 50% if you use high pressure misting.
It takes more than just placing nozzles when installing a misting system in your homes and businesses. Planning, design and installing lines are important parts of the job. A professional installed delivers the best results for complicated installations.
A professional installer has access to systems, information, and codes that are currently used in the market. This makes the misting system up-to-date and most effective.
The costs of a system
Just like ay decision you have to make, there are many pros and cons. Installing a misting system can cost you a couple of hundreds of dollars or thousands depending on the quality and size of your chosen system.
A professional installer can help customers work within a given budget and create a system that is not only sensible but also one that can deliver results fit to the clients’ needs.
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