Fog System And Fogging System

Fog System And Fogging System

The Fogging System stands out as it is a system used to cool the environment in a short time and to provide the humidity needed by the plant in the greenhouse. One of the systems established to provide the humidity needed by the plant in the greenhouses and to reduce the indoor temperature of the greenhouse is the fogging method, the other definition of which is the high-pressure fogging system. The fogging method draws attention with its feature of being an intermediary technique between humidifying the air and irrigation of the soil.

 Fogging System Methods

 Two different applications are used for the fogging system, depending on the need. Among these methods; High-Pressure Fogging: Chrome pipe types are used for the installation of the system. A pressure of 70 bar is applied and the water particles are thinned on a micron basis. In high-pressure fogging, there is absolutely no water residue on the plant. Low-Pressure Fogging: Polyethylene pipes are used for the establishment of this system and the pressure used is a maximum of 6 or 7 bar. Although it is easy to install, the cost is also very low.

How Does the Fogging System Work?

Fogging System consists of different elements and;

It works with a high-pressure pump.

asynchronous electromotor

Via pressure regulator

Thanks to the filter that cleans the water mechanically, it prevents clogging.

spray tool

With the control panel, small water drops evaporate and form cooling. The heat in the environment is cooled and water particles finer than 10 microns are sprinkled with the help of the spray tool, and the humidity increase process occurs through the high-pressure fogging system without wetting the environment or the plant.

In Which Areas Is the Fogging System Used?

air conditioning


Ambient Cooling



Ease of use is also available in different areas for the purpose of sterilization.

Greenhouse Fogging Systems

Fog systems are systems used to keep the humidity in balance in the summer months, based on the exposure of greenhouses to hot weather. At high temperatures, plants and vegetables or fruit or any greenhouse product have to need more moisture. Greenhouse fogging systems are beneficial to keep the humidity of the environment in balance without leaving any watermarks on the plants and not harming the greenhouse products. Greenhouse fogging systems take the heat of the air by evaporation by spraying the fogging nozzle and water droplets and help to reduce the temperature by 15 degrees. The emitted water droplets rapidly turn into gas under high pressure and the products in the greenhouse are provided with the moisture they need without getting wet.

 What are the Advantages of Humidification?

 It contributes to development with its humidity and evaporation systems. Precise control for the growth of a healthy plant and eliminating the dangers of plant pathogens. Especially with greenhouse humidification, it is possible to improve ventilation. Plants need a comfortable environment to thrive, and a combination of low humidity and high temperature is available. Irrigation hydration is a necessary issue for greenhouse operation.