Stay Cool With Misting Fans

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On days where the weather is humid and hot, you would greatly appreciate a cooling system. They are commonly found outdoors. Misting fans are used in various settings including homes, restaurants, resorts, sporting venues and industrial settings. They are powered by evaporative pressure technology to produce ultra fine mist that relieves the environment of the heat stress. When the droplets are released into the atmosphere, they absorb the heat present in the air and are released as vapor.

The continuous change of liquid to gas produces a cooling effect known as evaporative cooling. In terms of efficiency, misting fans can be used almost anywhere (indoors and outdoors). In areas where air conditioner cannot be used, the cooling function is carried out by misting fans instead. These include spaces such as warehouses, stables, barns and hospitality tents. The use of cooling fans is also common in restaurant settings, where patrons can enjoy the outdoors without compromising comfort. Most cooling fans are easy to use, easy to install and inexpensive to maintain. Some even consume minimal water to produce maximum cooling effect. The advancement of technology allows manufacturers to produce environmental-friendly fans.

There are a few types of cooling fans. They are divided into high and low pressure. High pressure fans produce greater cooling effect which is more suitable for larger spaces. Low pressure fans come in a wide variety suitable for commercial and residential areas. The temperature reduction depends on the humidity level of the area. The effect of fan is more obvious in places with high humidity. Portable fans allow users to place it in different areas where needed. Such feature allows maximum usage of the fan's function.

Staying cool and comfortable does not need to come with a hefty price tag. The use of misting fan is a good way to cut down on you bill as well as help to conserve the environment through the use of less energy.

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This article was published on 2010/03/26