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control Thermal Foggers - control Cold Foggers

control Thermal Foggers

control 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. 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.

control Cold Foggers

control 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. if you use a ULV aerosol generator to spread pesticide, you will actually be spreading it in tiny particles that spread through the air, killing pests.