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How Misters Are Used in Industrial Settings

Most people are familiar with misters as some sort of apparatus used for cooling people off. They are an especially common sight in outdoor events that attract a lot of people. They are a sort of a modified and improved sort of electric fan.

Mist fans are similar to electric fans in that they use the same methods for generating a gust of wind. Mist fans have an electric motor inside. This electric motor is connected to a rod which has several fan blades attached Mistto it. The rod is spun by the electric motor. The fan blades are angles in such a way as to draw in air from the rear and push it forward, thus creating a gust of wind.

Misters are slowly getting popularity with the general population. A cheap price combined with low electricity consumptions makes a mist fan a lucrative cooling solution for most people looking to save up on money. However, mist fans are also seeing a lot of use in heavy industries.
Heavy industries have begun to use mist fans as a cheap solution to some of the biggest problems they deal with. Below are some of the few ways that heavy industries have begun to use mist fans.

Controlling foul odor using mist fans

Smell is one of the most common byproducts in heavy industrial working environments. All the heavy machinery, chemicals, and so on all produce some sort of smell that is offensive to the senses. Some industries even deal with things like waste management an industry where a foul odor is an everyday issue.

Smell, basically speaking, is tiny little particles of whatever it is a person smells flying around their nose. Smell can be prevented by getting rid of the tiny particles that float freely through the air.

Mist fans are capable of neutralizing smell because of the tiny water droplets that they produce. The microscopic water particles mix with the odor causing particles and drag them to the ground. This prevents the odor from freely floating around the air and spreading.

Misters and dust management

Dust can be a hazard in some industrial settings. Miners for example have to deal with all the dust from all the earth and rock that they have to move. Cement factories have to deal with a lot of dust considering the things that they have to move. Lumber yards also produce dust from all the wood that they have to cut and process.

Again, the tiny water molecules that mist fans can produce helps in helping industries manage dust. Dust is basically small tiny solid particles floating around in the air. This can be dirt, dead skin cells, saw dust, and so much more. Mist fans can help manage dust.Industrial
The mist fan’s tiny water particles mix with the dust. Once it mixes with the water particles, the dust becomes too heavy and gets pinned to the ground. This prevents dust from spreading around through the air. The mist fan does not get rid of the dust so much as it just prevents it from floating around freely.

Cooling heavy machinery

Another common use of mist fans is in heavy industries. Heavy machines require a lot of power in order to move. As a consequence of all that power, heavy machines tend to produce a lot of heat. This heat can be problematic because it can ruin the machine if the machine does not cool down.

Mist fans are efficient and do not cost a lot of money to operate. They represent a cheap, but effective, means of cooling off heavy machinery. Misters can save companies a lot of money by avoiding any trouble caused by a broken machine.