Highly pressurized fog flash evaporates. When the system cycles, it maintains between 1000 and 1800 PSI. At this pressure, the water is released in such small particles that it immediately evaporates and absorbs the heat energy, leaving cool air behind to fall below onto the crop.
Responds to outside climate conditions. When the outside climate is not favorable for passive cooling using ridge ventilation, these systems will engage via your environmental control.
Suitable for extreme weather. Evaporative cooling systems are made for use during extreme conditions in gutter-connect and free-standing greenhouses.
Lowers greenhouse temperature. When used in tandem with shade systems, evaporative cooling pads can decrease air temperatures in a greenhouse up to 27 degrees.
Increases CO2 absorption.
Plants gather carbon needed for growth in the form of carbon dioxide through the leaves; controlling the plants pores through the use of a properly designed misting system can allow for higher levels of CO2 absorption, and therefore more productive and disease free crops.