Misting Nozzles Manufacturer and Supplier in India

Types of Misting Nozzles

High Pressure Anti Drip Misting Nozzle
Mist nozzle for outdoor cooling

We are engaged in providing high quality Misting Nozzles to the clients. The Misting Nozzles are manufactured using high quality components and sophisticated technology in India. Our Misting Nozzles come in diverse sizes to suit the requirements of the clients. These Misting Nozzles promise perfect finish and high durability and thus appreciated by the clients. Misting systems are used to cool outdoor spaces in all sorts of industries and for all kinds of purposes. They are used to ensure comfort of visitors in public venues and commercial establishments, and they are also used in industrial plants and for agriculture applications.  One of the most important components of a cooling system is the misting nozzle. All misting systems are comprised of a series of nozzles placed in a line. There are cleanable and non-cleanable impeller mister nozzles. The cleanable nozzle has an impeller that can be removed from the nozzle in order to flush the system with cleaning solution, which unplugs blocked orifices. These nozzles are also equipped with a special piece that ensures it does not drip every time it is turned off. Non-cleanable nozzles cannot be taken apart to clean, so they do not usually last as long.


Let’s take a look at the key characteristics, advantages and other details of the misting nozzle:

  • When the water flows through the nozzles, it evaporates. This process is known as flash evaporation. It is because of this process of flash evaporation that the mist is created, which is responsible for cooling the area.

  • Some misting nozzles also contain a filtration system that can catch hold of the fine sediment particles that may lead to clogging. A few high quality nozzles have a dual filter system.

  • One thing that has to be kept in mind is that these nozzles have to be regularly cleaned. Not doing so may lead to severe clogging. Moreover, if broken, they would have to be changed or replaced.

  • When cleaning a nozzle, it is advisable to remove it and keep it in a bowl containing a solution of vinegar and water. Alternatively, you could opt for one of the many nozzle cleaners that are available in the market today. These can also prove to be efficient in eliminating debris, if any.

  • If you opt to clean the nozzles with the vinegar solution, make sure you soak the nozzle overnight. After doing this, all you need to do is remove the sediment particles with a slight tap. A second twirl in the solution would completely remove the sediment deposits from the nozzle.

  • It is recommended that you not use sharp pins or nails while cleaning, since they could damage the piece or reduce its capability and strength. If you intend to get rid of clogging, you can use a brush or a smooth cloth rather than a sharp implement.

  • There are two popular basic types of mist nozzle that are available in the market – brass and ceramic. The brass nozzles are entirely made of brass and have stainless steel tips and are known for providing reliable performance for a long time. Ceramic nozzles, on the other hand, may be made through a combination of a ceramic insert or entirely with ceramic material. These nozzles are commonly used in conjunction with high pressure misting fans to provide the finest mist possible.

  • These nozzles come in variety of orifice sizes. They are effective even at extreme PSI levels varying from 30 to 1500.

  • Low pressure misting nozzles come in many different forms of quality; make sure that your nozzles are brass with a stainless steel insert tip. Many companies sell cheaper, plastic nozzles and brass nozzles without a stainless steel tip and the quality is not as good.

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Misting Nozzles FAQ

One of the most important components of a cooling system is the misting nozzle. All misting systems are comprised of a series of nozzles placed in a line. When attached to high-pressure pumps, water is forced through nozzles, forming droplets which evaporate into mist when they reach the outdoor air.

During summer, the temperature of a humid area range from 92-95 degrees and humidity is always average in the afternoon (between 25-50%), allowing mist lines hung at 8 feet high. In such a situation, a nozzle spacing of 24-Inches and a nozzle size of 0.008-Inch is said to be perfect.

Because Koolfog misting systems use water for humidification, cooling and other forms of environmental control, we are often asked “how much water is actually used.” The simple answer is this: approximately one gallon of water per hour per nozzle using a standard misting nozzle.

Humidity is reasonable (25-50% in the afternoon) and the mist lines will be hung at 8 feet high. This is our most common story. In this case, we would recommend a nozzle spacing of 24 inches, and nozzle size of .