Misting Systems And Humid Climates

Misting Systems And Humid Climates

When customers are thinking about buying a misting system we often get the question of how well do they work in humid areas. Well being that we are based in Texas we have the perfect answer for that “The work even better in humid climates!”.  It is a cooling device so it is meant to be used in warmer weather areas.

There is a definitely a science to knowing what type of nozzles etc and pump will work best for your areas and climate. We have over 15 years of experience installing these misting systems and here is what we know.

  • If you use cheap materials you will not get the results you want i.e. if you use a system that doesn’t involve a pump and you just hook it up to a hose it’s probably not going to give you the results you need. More than likely you will just end up wet so you might as well just have turned on your sprinkler. However when you choose a system with a high pressure pump working at 1000 psi you will notice a huge difference. You will have a fine mist and chill the air in what is called evaporative cooling.
  • In mildly or highly humid climates it is best that you use certain types of nozzles as they are not all for the same climates. And sometimes it may mean that you need a combination of fans and mistlines to create the desired coolness. However with evaporative cooling you won’t get wet you will just cool your area by 20 degree’s or more. And in Austin, TX when temps reach the 100’s an outdoor misting system on your patio when your trying to grill something up for the family will make all the difference.

So for conditions as harsh as the oil field or a place of serenity like your own backyard, MCS products have been designed with quality components to stand the test of time. Since the creation of MCS in 2003, we have manufactured thousands of systems and have established ourselves as an industry leader.  Enjoying your backyard should not be a luxury.

 

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