FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Welcome to our F.A.Q., where you’ll find answers to your questions about BRUMSTYL high-pressure misting. This short guide is designed to help you get started with your future misting project. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have about your misting needs.
If your terrace has a structure (pergola, arch, wall, etc.) at least 2.20 m high, misting ramps are recommended. Fans are more suitable for areas without structures.
For an optimal misting system, you need a ¾ male threaded water inlet with a pressure of between 2 and 5 bar, plus a 220V electrical outlet and a water drain.
For an effective misting ramp, you need one nozzle for every 2.20 m of structure, and they should be spaced at least 75 cm apart.
A misting fan cools an average of 50m².
Yes, it’s possible to combine several misting fans, but depending on the total flow rate, the pump will change.
Legionella forms in stagnant water at a certain temperature. We use an automatic discharge system, so the water doesn’t stagnate, and the system is connected to germ-free mains water.
However, it is possible to add a UV filter.
Yes, it’s possible to feed the misting system from a water reservoir, but only if it’s placed high up for pressure, out of direct sunlight, and if the water is renewed frequently.
Yes, it is possible to extend the number of nozzles, provided you stay within the correct pump flow range.
This is not the case with low pressure, which creates coarser droplets that do wet.
The Pro misting pump is for intensive use and a length of up to 75m. It also features internal water recycling.
To find out the lime content of your water, the value is indicated on your water bill. If you don’t have any information on your water, you can try it without a softener, and if the nozzles clog up quickly, add a softener.
You can count on our speed and quality after-sales service at all times.
A misting split is mainly used in enclosed areas with little ventilation.
For example, for a surface area of 40m², we need one nozzle for every 2m², giving us 20 nozzles. We multiply the number of nozzles by their flow rate (0.066 l/min x 20), which gives us 1.32 l/min. So, to choose the optimum pump, we select a pump above this value, in this case, a 2l/min pump.
A valve can be added to separate part of the mist, but the minimum flow rate of the mist pump must be respected.
On average, a misting system consumes 0.55 kw/h.
This will depend on the ambient heat. It’s possible to test with 20 seconds of running every 40 seconds, then see, Ton + Toff > or = at 1min.