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High Pressure Misting Systems

A conventional air conditioner isn’t the only thing that helps people cool down on a hot day. This is true when the use of a typical A/C unit isn’t practical, like in outdoor settings. For this, there is a good alternative: a high pressure misting system. 

High pressure misting is what the name suggests: the process of cooling down the surroundings with the use of mist. Water is turned into ultra-fine mist by a pressurized machine that pushes the liquid hard through a series of tiny nozzles. Once airborne, the mist picks up the heat from the surroundings. Heat is reduced as the mist evaporates. If done continuously, a stuffy environment can be rendered much more comfortable, even in the high temperatures of summer. 

High-pressure misting works better than low and mid-pressure systems because of the psi (pounds per square inch) difference. Low and mid-pressure misting can run with as little as 50 to a few hundred psi, which is the typical pressure in local water distribution channels. This results in the water not being actually turned into mist. 

High-pressure systems, on the other hand, typically operate at 1000-1500 psi, which, combined with high-pressure rated tubing and ultra-fine nozzles, sprays extremely fine droplets. The smaller the water droplets (and the more mist-like they get), the less chances of getting the surroundings drenched and messy. 

High-pressure misting can be used in both commercial and residential applications. Cafes with outdoor seating could certainly use an effective cooling solution for the open-air seats. As for residential use, high-pressure misting systems can make the heat tolerable, enabling the family to enjoy gatherings such as summer cook-outs and picnics. 

If you’re looking for a high-pressure misting system, you’ve come to the right place. It’s the crux of what we do at Cool-Off, and we do it well, too. We have a variety of systems on offer, most of which are eligible for free shipping. There are pre-built, ready-to-install systems, as well as DIY kits for the can-do customer. Get in touch with us today!