A fine mist spray nozzle is a type of liquid nozzles that produce fog which are used in wide variety of industrial applications like cooling, pesticide spraying, dust control, and dust suppression, misting, painting, coating, chemical spray and many more applications. Fog jet spray nozzles create fine droplets for the purpose of controlling airborne particles while also reducing drift potential. Fog jets can be categorized as atomizers or nebulizers depending on the type of fluid that they are designed to carry.
Fog nozzles are often used for cooling by creating fine droplets of water to reduce the air temperature. Fog can also be created through misting, which is accomplished with fog jets and atomizers that produce a fine spray of liquid in order to disperse it into a large volume of air.
A fine mist spray nozzle produces fog from an atomization process. Fog nozzles are often used for cooling by creating fine droplets of water to reduce the air temperature, and can also be created through misting which is accomplished with fog jets and atomizers that produce a fine spray of liquid in order to disperse it into a large volume of air. Fine jetted fog cools both surfaces and people and is used in the food industry to keep an area cool while maintaining a steady drying temperature without any change of humidity.
Fog nozzles are also often used for dust control, dust suppression, chemical application, or pesticide spraying because fine droplets can help break down larger dirt particles into smaller ones that will fall more easily if sprayed on the ground.
Fog spray nozzles help cools the environment in the industrial setup and maintain humidity in tea factories, mushroom farms, and livestock barns.