Environmental Control, High-Pressure Fog, and Foam Spray Systems
Computer controlled greenhouse cooling and humidification.
High-Pressure Fog Systems
By atomizing water through 0.008" (0.20mm) nozzles; 10 micron sized (and smaller) droplets float freely in the air.
These droplets flash evaporate to cool or humidify the surrounding air. For dust suppression, the droplets amalgamate with the fugitive dust to form a heavier droplet that drops back down into the product line or onto the floor. Water is first filtered through 10 and 5 micron filters then passes through an X-Scale water treatment system to help combat any high calcium deposits that are detrimental to the nozzle. Water is then pressurized up to 70 bar (1000 PSI) using industrial pumps. The pressurized water then channels out to the nozzle lines on stainless steel or nylon manifold lines. All components are fully tested and fall within any acceptable safety margins.
Mid-Pressure Spray Systems
Stainless steel fog nozzle line creates micron sized water droplets.
Foam Spray Systems (ACT Foam)
The foam spray system is a specialized dust suppression system, primarily designed for the control of dust on products where the addition of extra moisture has to be kept to a minimum. By creating foam with an environmentally friendly chemical, the surface area of the water is increased to a maximum. This foam has an excellent dust holding capacity and uses the absolute minimum amount of water. The foam also has a residual factor, which has the ability to carry a long way on the product keeping the dust in check with the minimum of application points.