Low-Pressure Misting Systems
The systems operate between 40 and 100 psi of water pressure. The variance in pressure is because they operate on your household water pressure and not a pump. Normally built with PVC or poly plastic tubing and are connected to a water hose. Typically found on outdoor patios and the misting will get you wet but cool if you are standing nearby.
Mid-Pressure Misting Systems
The systems operates between 100 and 250 psi of water pressure. A Mid-Pressure Pump is utilized to increase the pressure of the water flow. It is perfectly suited for backyard and patio misting.
High Pressure Misting Systems
The systems operate between 800 and 1200 psi (pounds per square inch) of water pressure. The systems will work very effectively in both low and high levels of humidity. Even when the humidity exceeds 90%, the effects of the system will be felt with the rapid drop in temperature and make you feel cool and more comfortable. High Pressure Systems create the most BTU’s, because the systems produce smaller MIST and creating more cooling evaporation. As the micron water droplets flash evaporate they pick up heat from the air, which significantly drops the temperature between 25 and 35 degrees Fahrenheit, without making you wet.