Sin City Misting Greenhouse Fog system is designed with the
grower and his crop in mind. The use of variable nozzles gives one the
ability to control the density of the atmosphere at crop height by
adjusting the direction of the fog. Our unique high pressure system
atomizes water into droplets so tiny that they stay suspended in the
air. Using this method, a full range of dense, billowing fog can be
created, as natural as nature's atmosphere.
This system is
designed and assembled according to specified requirements for humidity
and temperature control, as well as accounting for existing ventilation
systems (e.g. convection fan). The system is completely adaptable to
any green house design.
Injecting a suspended cloud of water particles into the greenhouse will have several concurrent beneficial effects.
Evaporative cooling of the air. As
each gram of water evaporates, it will extract 540 calories of heat
from the air. This cool air is denser and will therefore fall and
contribute to convection currents ventilating the crop and facilitating
efficiency (Carbon Dioxide).
The evaporating water will contribute to the humidity of the air around
the crop and decrease the demand for water from the leaves. This, in
turn, will lower the water stress within the crop and allow it to
perform nearer optimum efficiency.
Increased light levels and quality.
The need to provide shading will be reduced except under extreme
conditions. The fog will provide some radiation screening and the
evaporative cooling will help maintain favorable temperatures.
Resulting from the above conditions, will be a crop that rarely
experiences negative environmental conditions and therefore is always
making the best use of its natural growing process. The Sin City
Misting fog system provides even distribution of humidity and
temperature throughout the greenhouse. It creates and utilizes natural
convection currents to promote environmental homogeneity. It reduces
the need for supplementary fan ventilation thus lowering the operating
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