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Thermal Fogger – Thermal Fogging Machine SM600Engine: 30 Hp. Pulse-Jet
Tank: 5,7 Lt. (Stainless steel)
Vehicle Mounted Thermal Fogger – Pulse Jet Machine SM700Engine: 112 Hp. Pulse Jet
Tank: 60 Lt. (Stainless steel)
Electric Portable ULV Cold Fogger Machine Manufacturer – MiniULVEngine: Electrical
Tank: 5 Lt. (Polyethylene)
Fumigation Machine Thermal Fogging – SM900Engine: 57,3 Hp. Pulse Jet
Tank: 100 Lt. (Stainless Steel)
how to do Thermal Foggers - how to do Cold Foggers
how to do Thermal Foggers
how to do Thermal Foggers Since the fog produced by thermal foggers is highly visible, it’s very easy to aim the fog towards certain areas and see that it hits its target. 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.
how to do Cold Foggers
how to do Cold Foggers Cold foggers also use electricity or battery power instead of propane fuel. ULV foggers that use cold fogging techniques, on the other hand, produce a practically invisible fog. 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.