Process Cooling Using Misting in Industrial Applications
Recently, there has been a high level of interest and consequent usage of High-Pressure Misting Systems to provide process-cooling in industrial plants. The reason is self evident. Humid or hot weather conditions can cause premature damage to machinery and lower the efficiency within factories. They can cause interruptions of plant operations, can result in reduction in the quality of output, and result in higher maintenance and repair costs. High-pressure misting systems or misting fans have proven to be am very effective method of reducing external heat and humidity that can damage equipment, since most equipment was not designed to operate under those conditions.
Stainless steel misting systems can reduce the amount of time it takes for a product to cool down and thereby allowing for the product to move more quickly through the manufacturing process. Some companies have used a combination of stainless-steel and other large misting fans to accomplish the cooling process.
Through the process of “Flash Evaporation”, www.flashevaporation.com, of particles of water into the air that has dramatically reduces the temperature, with practically no wetness, in factories of manufacturing plants. Each high-pressure nozzle creates billions of water droplets that are each smaller than the thickness of the hair of a human’s head. The drop in temperature caused by misting results in manufacturing process cooling, condenser coil cooling and worker cooling.
In a time period of growing energy costs, process cooling using high-pressure misting systems can reduce energy consumption, conserve water, increase load capacity and create a safer working environment. These high-pressure misting systems can be used instead of a cooling tower and automated controls can assure the conservation of water.
For the process of “flash evaporation’ to work most effectively, a custom high-pressure misting system would have to be designed to meet the specific applications. Please review www.processcoolingsystem.net for further information on high-pressure misting systems and prudent delivery systems.