What is Fog System?

What is Fog System?

The principle of spraying water from specially produced jets under high pressure in the form of fog is realized thanks to Fog technology. Water particles in the form of fog evaporating in the air cool the air evaporatively, so the relative humidity also increases.

The fog system, which has been known since the 1950s, could not be implemented even though it was known due to inadequate technology, but it has been developed since the 1970s in the USA, which has always been the pioneer of the air conditioning industry. The application of fog technology to air conditioning systems in Europe has been since 1995.

  Main Application Areas of FOG System

Cooling of open areas (tak. 15 C)

Industrial Humidification (Textile factories etc.)

Animal farms (Cows, chickens, etc.)

Precooling of Gas Turbine Air

Cooling Groups Pre-Cooling

Special Effects

Fog Fans and Cooling of Outdoors

Wine Cellars

Foundries

Odor Control

Wood Production and Storage

Dust Control

Material Resting Rooms

Warehouses

Advantages of the FOG System

The hygiene of the system is an important criterion for human health.

 Compared to the classical system, the pump power is 75-80% lower and provides significant energy savings.

Fans consume 10-15% less energy compared to the classical system.

Installation and construction costs are lower as no water is expected in the humidification chamber and no deflector is needed.

In case of addition to production machines; While it is possible to increase the capacity with the fog system, it is not possible to meet this with the classical system.

The evaporating water is given to the drain and therefore, virus and bacteria reproduction is prevented since it does not require a water tank. Legionnaires' disease is a disease that causes 15-20% of deaths, and the reuse of at least 97% of the water pumped by the pump in the classical system increases the risk of this disease.

Since the kadem3 stage filter system is applied to the water used, the pollution of the system is reduced and maintenance costs are reduced. Since the water particles coming out of the fountains are clean in every respect, it is very unlikely that they contain dust.

 Since the water particles mixed into the blowing air do not contain dust, the inhaled air is also extremely dust-free. Thus; Dust-free air is inhaled. Production is carried out in better quality. Longer life machines are provided.

It has a very quiet pump group.

The Difference of the FOG System from the Classical System

The diameter of the water particles is 5-10 microns in the Fog system and 250 - 300 microns in the classical system.

Since the water sprayed through the high-efficiency evaporation obtained with the Fog system is much lower compared to the conventional system, a smaller pump is sufficient.

 The pool water does not need to be reused in the fogging system. Therefore, hygiene is provided.

Ventilators consume less energy because the pressure loss of the humidifying chamber is lower in the fogging system.

Unrivalled Fog Technology

  It can be said that fog technology is quite cheap in terms of operating costs compared to other humidification systems. In addition to providing humidity up to 95% when used indoors, temperatures down to 15 degrees can be achieved by using a fog system in open areas. Due to this advantageous feature, the fog system is an unrivalled technology in terms of protection from high temperatures in restaurants, touristic hotels and animal farms.