Misting video

What issue can we solve for you?


  • Condenser Coil Cooling
  • Curing
  • Data Center Adjunct Cooling
  • Dust Control for MRFs
  • Uniform Humidity in Manufacturing
  • Municipal Waste Transfer Dust & Odor
  • Control
  • Paint Leveling & Drying
  • Humidity Control
  • Process Cooling
  • Storage of Raw & Composite Materials
  • Static Electricity Reduction
  • Warehouse/Manufacturing Cooling
  • Wood Distortion


  • Airborne Virus Transmission (Humidty Control)
  • Dust Control for Manufacturing
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Odor Control
  • Yoga & Fitness Studio Humidity


  • Indoor Grow Humidification
  • Livestock Cooling
  • Greenhouse Environmental Control
  • Hatchery Shell Density
  • Mushroom Growing Conditions
  • Plant Propagation & Rooting Humidity Control
  • Shortened Perishable Food Life
  • Year-round Plant Growing

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Will it work in high humidity?

    Yes. The cooling is more powerful in dryer areas. But even in the most humid areas, mist cooling systems can work well....

  • How do i know what size pump (gpm / Ipm) to order?

    We will help you choose the right one. To start with, please take a look at our website and catalog....

  • How many nozzles will a pump feed?

    It depends on the size of the nozzles you are planning to use. Check our catalog for a simpel guide....

  • How is it installed?

    High-pressure tubing with nozzles is installed on roof lines and other inconspicuous places. This can include along fences, bushes, patios and any other desired outdoor location. Choose from our wide range of tubing colors and your system will be discrete and aesthetic....

  • How do misting systems work?

    When connected to a special high-pressure pump, water is forced through our atomizing nozzle and rapidly atomized into droplets as small as 5-10 millionths of a meter (5-10 microns). The spray system creates billions of tiny droplets that quickly evaporate. This evaporation process requires energy, which is extracted from the air as heat. To achieve a cooling effect. This is the most commonly used spray system. When placed in an enclosed area with limited air exchange, such as a factory or greenhouse, the nebulizing system will continue to increase humidity levels in the environment. Humidity levels can be as high as 90% or more. This makes the spray system ideal for humidification....

  • How do i know if you are able to provide the system i need?

    To prevent freezing and damage, all of the misting system nozzles should be removed. The misting system line, the pump, and the filters should be drained....

  • Can i install a misting system myself?

    Some spray systems are designed for do-it-yourself consumers. These spray systems are easy to install and typically take two to four hours to complete. Custom installation is more complex and we recommend professionals. The professional will also have network knowledge of electrical and plumbing codes to ensure that all electrical wiring and plumbing installations follow these codes without errors that may require costly correction....

  • Can the tubing be drilled?

    Yes, Stainless Steel can be drilled. Carefully measure and mark the required positions for drilling. Then use a 3 or 4mm drill bit to drill into the tubing, ensuring that you DO NOT drill right through the tubing. Clean away any debris from the drilled holes....

  • What is the minimum inlet water pressure required?

    The minimum inlet water pressure must be 1.5 Bar. The system will operate at it`s best when the inlet water pressure is between 2.0 3.0 Bar. Please test the inlet water pressure prior to selecting your product. Municipal water pressure will generally be around 3.0 Bar....

  • How much water will it use?

    The number and size of nozzles are the primary factors in determining how much water your misting system will use....