A fogging pump is an essential part of the HVAC system. These pumps produce a thick mist using liquid nitrogen or water that has been heated to near-boiling. These chemicals are then released into the air, causing a fog effect. The amount of carbon dioxide in the air is proportional to the desired fogging effect. The pump’s fan directs the fog to the areas that require it. It saves energy and water.
It uses high pressure piston pump to posturize water in the nozzles
The system uses a high-pressure piston pump to pressurize the water in the nozzles. This type of pump is a necessity because of the high pressure required by the nozzles. The pump’s capacity depends on the number of nozzles that need to be used and the size of the nozzles. However, it is essential to choose the right high-pressure pump for the job. A faulty pump will either fail to reach the required pressure or burn the motor. Pa 12 Tubes have a working pressure of 70 bars and a burst of 90 bars.
Cost-effective option for humidification system
A fogging pump can be a very cost-effective option for a humidification system. These pumps are highly efficient and are custom engineered. Because the fog is very thin, the droplets evaporate quickly, providing a moist environment for the plants. Using fog systems also helps reduce waste and improve the quality of the products. And most importantly, fog systems require minimal maintenance and energy. These pumps are designed to maximize efficiency and reduce operating costs.
The must be fitted with energy recovery coils
In addition to the fog nozzles, fogging pumps must be fitted with Energy Recovery Coils. These Coils can offset the evaporative cooling caused by the fogging system. Additionally, additional manifolds can be installed upstream of the exhaust recovery coils. These can be used as additional pre-cooling when the weather becomes warmer, while high-pressure systems use 150 bars. The nozzles can also be made of stainless steel or Nylon PA12.
They must have a high-pressure system to create the necessary conditions
The fogging pump must have a high-pressure system to create the necessary conditions for flash evaporation. To achieve this, the pump should be a piston pump. The higher the pressure, the lower the pressure of the fog. A nozzle can be either a piston or a rotary valve. If a valve is incompatible with the Fogging System, it will stop working. A pump needs to be able to pressurize at a higher pressure.