WHY OUR ULTRASONIC DRY FOG SYSTEMS

Our MDFD’s ultrasonic dry fog systems are used in a large range of application as the cheese factories, greenhouses, wheat grass, sprout and grain germination farms, poultry farms, warehouses and refrigeration rooms, mushrooms growing farms, bakeries, paper printing and wood processing, wine cellars, laboratories at the university researcher centers, livestock farms etc.

The MDFD’s ultrasonic dry fog systems, brakes the liquid water down into a foggy mist of the size of 1 to 5 microns (atmospheric fog is approx. 15-20 microns), also named dry fog.

The dry fog has the particularity to stay floating in the air and the relative humidity can climb up to 98%, without water condensation or water deposits on the plant culture, products stored (fruits, vegetables, flowers, seedlings, eggs, cheese, mushrooms, fish, meat, bread), floors, walls, equipment, packaging materials (paper, cardboard and wood, etc.). The elimination of the water deposits on perishables diminish the spoilage, and improves quality appearances, hardness and is able to prevent important weight lost, 5% to 20%. of the stored products or plant culture.

The dry fog dissipates in the air very easily, eliminating the need of any particular distributing system (even in quite larger rooms), the relative humidity balancing itself in a very short period of time in the location used.
Our ultrasonic fog generator systems are environmentally friendly. Using a humidity digital controller, will reduce the water and the electricity consumption when the ultrasonic fog generator system will reach the humidity rate programed.

The ultrasonic fogging technology is used also to transport water soluble products (insecticides, disinfectants, coatings) to the fogged area. The products will be broken down at the same time as water and will become part of the droplets penetrating most hard places to treat (inside ventilation systems and ducts, under plant leaves, etc.).

Our products have a practical simplistic design for maximal results and they are manufactured in Quebec, Canada.