Fogging System installation and Maintenance

Standard on site fogging system tool kit

Standard on–site fogging system tool kit

One of the main advantages of the MicronFog™ system is the versatility and ease of installation on site.

Often, misting systems have to be either sub assembled or partially assembled off site and the measurements must be absolutely accurate and known at time of assembly. Not so with MicronFog™.

The tubing and can be cut on site and slip lock fittings allow assembly to be done on site.

Maintenance and replacement of filters etc. is very straightforward and can easily be done in house by your own maintenance team, or we can send one of our engineers to your site.

Straightforward Assembly with Quality Components

Fitting a slip lock tee to a fogging line

Fitting a slip-lock tee to a fogging line

Assembling a fogging line is a simple and straightforward process. Each nozzle screws into a predrilled slip lock fitting and seals with an O ring at the base of the nozzle.

A tubing cutter is used to cut the high pressure nylon tubing pushed into fittings . It leaves the cut end ready for insertion into the next slip lock.

No special crimping tools or jointing technique is required. This allows rapid installation on site, keeping installation costs to a minimum.

Note: Where stainless steel tubing is used for an installation, this will have to be pre-cut and drilled off site.

Alterations, and system modification

Cutting MicronFog tubing with tube cutters

Cutting MicronFog™ tubing with tube cutters

The wide range of fittings and ability to cut tubing to length on site, mean that is easy to add to the system at a later date, should this be required.

A MicronFog™ system can be extended repeatedly, with additional zones added if required within the pressure range of the pump.

Chester Zoo have done this to great effect, modifying the same system for their summer exhibitions for three years and modifying it again for use in the Cloud Forest Bears exhibit.

Fogging System Maintenance

Removing a spent filter

Removing a spent filter

Filter changes ensure that the fog water is clean and sediment free. The picture to the left shows how necessary this is. Filter bodies are easily removed and replaced and the filters simply drop neatly into the housing.

We also recommend changing the oil in the pump, checking seals and replacing where necessary to prevent leaks, checking the UV lamp oil level, and finally, inspecting the nozzles and ensuring there are no blocked nozzles.

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