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pulse jet Thermal Foggers

pulse jet Thermal Foggers Since thermal foggers use heat to vaporize the fogging solution, it forms a thick cloud of fog that can be white or grey. It’s easier for the fogger operator to avoid direct contact with the fog. This is also true for bystanders. 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.

pulse jet Cold Foggers

pulse jet Cold Foggers Ultra-low volume (ULV) foggers, as the name suggests, use a low amount of fogging liquid. This results in a lower cost of application. These foggers are obviously the opposite of thermal fogger. Instead of using heat to vaporize the pesticide solution, it uses high-pressure of air to convert the solution into tiny particles. 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.