How To Properly Mist In Humid Situations

High pressure misting is a great way to cool down during the hot summer months. Typical mist systems consist of what is known as “line” mist that commonly surrounds the perimeter of a patio. While this type of mist is typically very effective, if the location is a humid part of the country, it can often at times lead to a very wet patio. The idea of effective mist is for it to evaporate before it has a chance to gather on anything. If it’s too humid, this is not likely to happen.

A good way to assist the mist and allow it to cool and evaporate is to use fans. Putting high-pressure mist on the face of circulation fans, preferably an area while also promoting it to evaporate. The air movement, as we all know, helps cool down the area as it is. With the help of some mist, a perfect environment can be created.

So next time you are considering misting systems, be aware of your climate and get the most out of your mist.