The parts in ultrasonic mist makers with SPMS are better. With a silver body, the red power indicator stands out. Several companies sell ultrasonic mist makers that don’t leak, won’t break down, and stop algae growth. This is because they consider what their clients and customers want when they make these things. You may have a few questions about buying a mist maker that works with SPMS.
Greenhouse Mist Maker Size?
People often wonder what size mist maker would be best for their green or grow rooms. Most of the time, the material used to build a room determines its size. Plastic, cement, or drywall? Which do you think is better? Before deciding, find out about the material, the relative humidity, the air exchange rate, and the desired relative humidity.
How to size a mist maker?
Airflow, the amount of humidity you want, the materials in the room, the humidity level already, and many other factors all play a role in figuring out the best size unit. More discs will be needed when the relative humidity is low or when the desired relative humidity is high.
When fresh air is constantly being brought in, it takes more work to raise the humidity. The concrete in a room’s walls will soak up more water than any other part of the building. Here, it would help if you used a giant ultrasonic mist marker.
You need a minor system if there is little or no airflow. It might take longer than usual to reach the relative humidity you want. The small unit is enough if the room doesn’t get any more drying space.
Some experts say that for greenhouses and shipping containers, you should use bigger units with six to twelve discs. Smaller units can’t cool well enough to be on all the time. While in use, the mist makers will also heat the water, which could hurt the device. So you should limit how often you use it.
The people who make the SMPS for the ultrasonic mist producer sell output controllers. With these, you can change how thick the fog is. The machine turns on and off the electricity to the mist maker on its own. It would help if you used a 120mm, weatherproof, fully enclosed fan for most humidification jobs. You are getting the fog out of the room for good. The smaller fans are used to move air in grow tents and aquariums.
For how long can I use my mist maker?
An ultrasonic mist maker can be used for eight hours straight. It must be put away for at least an hour between uses. The temperature of the water also changes how long it takes. The water can get as hot as 105 degrees. This thing needs to be put in the fridge.
Could Ultrasonic Mist Makers Be Dangerous?
You can feel safe using these things. They can go wherever they want. This device makes dry fog, so it can be used around animals and electronics without harming them. While the disc is playing, could you not touch it? The ultrasonic vibrations that the mist maker makes could hurt someone. Even the slightest touch feels like it will burn or shock you.
What is the lifespan of my Ultrasonic Mist Maker with SPMS?
This machine should work for about 5,000 hours. The lifespan may go up or down depending on how good the water is. You should clean the discs and regularly maintain your mist maker to make it last longer. Still, you should know a few things before buying a mist maker, and we’ve discussed them above.
The concrete humidifier is better because it keeps the concrete moist all the time and the ultrafine water mist is easy for the concrete to soak up. It is recommended to install a Gerun ultrasonic humidifier to keep the humidity level in the curing area at the right level while the cement cures.