What should I do if misting nozzles plug up?MASTER
Cleaning Nozzles - Replace or clear obstructed or clogged nozzles. Nozzles may be cleared by scraping the stainless steel end with flat surface of a knife or screwdriver. To remove nozzle, turn in counter-clockwise direction. Nozzles may be routinely cleaned by soaking in solution of LIME AWAY or CLR overnight. Rinse thoroughly after soaking. Replace nozzle by turning in clockwise direction until snug.
Is there any maintenance required?MASTER
The only maintenance required for a properly designed misting system is a periodic cleaning of the nozzles and an annual check-up for the pump. This check-up may include adding or changing of the oil and tightening or replacing of fan belts (only on the pulley driven pump models), and changing of the filter cartridge. Misting Fan Systems require very little maintenance. We do recommend some preventative care and cleaning for the nozzles.