The use of Dry Fog for particle suppression is based on the concept of agglomeration.
Dry Fog particle suppression systems utilize compressed air and PATH-GUARD Solutions to create micron sized droplets.
If the droplet's diameter is much greater than the particle's, the particle simply follows the air streamlines around the droplet and little or no contact occurs.
PATH-GUARD Solution droplets need to be the same size as the particles (10 microns and smaller) to agglomerate.
Compressed air at 70 - 90 psi is fed through the convergent/divergent venturi in the center of the nozzle.
As air is reflected off the resonator cap, the colliding air creates an ultrasonic shock wave.
PATH-GUARD Solution is fed from the outer ring into the airstream and is atomized by the shock wave into droplets sufficiently sized for the disinfectant process.
The PATH-GUARD Fogging System can be equipped with three different nozzles to fit your particular needs.