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cold Thermal Foggers

cold Thermal Foggers A thermal fogger uses heat to help spread the solution as a thermal fog, whereas a cold fogger will use air pressure to help spread the solution in the form of small particles. One of the major advantages of thermal foggers is the fog itself. Most thermal foggers have a spray nozzle, a heating chamber and a tank or reservoir. Inside the tank is a pump that carries the chemical to the heating chamber to be converted into mist.

cold Cold Foggers

cold Cold Foggers Most cold foggers are designed for water-based solutions but some may also work using both water and oil-based pesticides. Since most cold foggers run on electricity, it is advisable to have a power outlet near the fogging area or get an extension cord long enough to cover it. ULV foggers that use cold fogging techniques, on the other hand, produce a practically invisible fog. Cold foggers have an electric motor inside its body. This determines the power of airflow that will convert the pesticide into small particles. The range of the electric motor’s power is from 1 horsepower (HP) or lower, but some might even have more than 1HP.