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- 100% brand new and high quality.
- Strong penetration, fast spread; With adjustable and uniform droplets, the fogger is applied for both space spray and residual spray.
- Made of silica gel, the solution pipe and air pipe are anti corrosion; the fogger head is anti-cracking, shockproof, and constant temperature. The lifespan of the whole machine is long.
- The scale of solution tank and translucent tank cover is easy for you to mix chemical solution precisely.
- With frequency-conversion motor, adjustable delivery lift and noise, the fogger is very chemical saving.
What Are Cold Foggers?
A cold fogger is “cold” because it’s the opposite of a thermal fogger. Cold foggers don’t use heat to vaporise the fogging liquid and turn it into a fog. Instead, they use cold spraying methods, which, in most cases, use high amounts of air pressure to spray the fogging liquid out in tiny particles.
The most popular type of cold fogger is the ultra-low volume (ULV) fogger. Most of the time, ULV foggers are considered the same as cold foggers.
How Do They Work?
When you turn the fogger on, the electric motor will pump the fogging solution out of the tank. It then sprays the liquid out through a special nozzle located on the front of the fogger. This nozzle turns the fogging solution into small particles.
The advantage that ULV foggers have over thermal foggers is that they allow you to control the particle size. On standard ULV foggers, you’ll have the option of setting the particle size from 5–50 microns. You can adjust the droplet size a ULV fogger produces by either turning a flow valve or pushing a button on the fogger, depending on the model you have.
Higher airflow will produce larger particles while lower airflow will produce smaller particles. This is definitely useful if you need to fog in different areas.
You might want to use smaller particles indoors since they stay in the air for longer and can reach smaller gaps and holes in the walls and floor as well as the spaces behind furniture and other tight spaces.