Tropical and subtropical plants need high temperatures and nourishment in their growing stages. In this way, both rapid and abundant yields can be achieved. Regular irrigation will not suffice for plants that like the culture fungus, nematode and warmth. Because these plants take the water from the ambient air. This is why the greenhouse humidification system comes into play. This system can provide plenty of moisture. It is also used for botanical gardens as well as tropical areas as well as culture and greenhouse vegetation with modern technology. For successful breeding and excellent growth, plants need moist and warm conditions.

  Why are greenhouses humidified?

  Constant humidity levels affect the development of plants in positive ways. For this reason, a consistent moisture level is required in the greenhouse. To achieve a comfortable environment in which plants are developed, proper cooling, humidification, and improvement of ventilation are required. It is very important to bring low humidity and high temperature together. For this reason, the humidity should not fall below 30% RH. High humidity can cause problems such as edge burning, mineral deficiencies, soft growth.

What are Humidification Systems?

  It is important that the humidity level required in enclosed areas is kept at a certain level. Humidification systems are used for this purpose. Once the system is installed, moisture can be supplied at the desired rates without any intervention. Humidification systems include a fog nozzle, electronic box for monitoring and control, water and pneumatic connection kits. The water coming from the pressure is divided into pieces in sizes of 5 to 15 microns by means of nozzles. These connections are provided with water aeration. The control and monitoring electronics also keep the humidity levels under control. Humidity rising to the desired level is kept at constant values with level control.

Working Principles of Humidification Systems

  The cost-conscious fogging system creates considerable savings in terms of electricity and water consumption during use. Even during the installation, business activities continue. Different working methods and systems may be preferred depending on the size of the environment and the capacity of the areas of use. Work in industrial humidification systems is provided for a long time without stopping. High pressure fogging system machines operating at 70 bar pressure are for large capacities. If the humidity level is low, the system will start to run automatically without any intervention. Humidification systems do not heat up the environment.

  Thanks to the fog system atomizer nozzle, which contributes to the cooling effect positively, it carries out venturi principle. In addition, the mist system is a much more comprehensive system with odor control, humidification, external cooling, dust control and special effects. The fogging system in each application uses its own design. In some cases, the fog system can cover the whole range of designs. In the remaining cases, the fog system flows downward from the center of the field as a single line. The correct design for the effective fogging system and a thorough understanding of the field and absolutely fogging systems will be necessary.