Press Release



For Immediate Release

06/15/2005

Contact:
Megan O'Brien
mobrien@dramm.com
920/684.0228 x 121










Manitowoc, WI- The recent midwest heatwave has spiked demand for the Dramm JetFog nozzles. Interest in the JetFog, low pressure misting nozzle, has increased with the recent 90?+ temperatures experienced throughout Illinois, Michigan and Ohio.

The JetFog nozzle creates a very small, 80 (micron) droplet with just 50 psi of water pressure. Both fan and passively vented greenhouses can benefit from the cooling effect created by the evaporation of these small droplets. Heat energy in the greenhouse is expended to evaporate the small droplets, causing a cooling effect. Evaporative cooling depends greatly on the existing humidity and temperature.

Dramm has designed and sold full greenhouse systems with nozzles placed evenly throughout the greenhouse as well as supplemental cooling systems that are designed to work with existing pad and fan cooling systems. By adding additional moisture at certain distances from the pad wall, these mist nozzle extend the evaporative cooling created by the pad system. Either system creates a more even temperature throughout the greenhouse than with ventilation or pad and fan alone.

For more information, visit the JetFogweb page or contact Dramm by email. or through the numbers to the left.




















Press Release



For Immediate Release

06/15/2005

Contact:
Megan O'Brien
mobrien@dramm.com
920/684.0228 x 121










Manitowoc, WI- The recent midwest heatwave has spiked demand for the Dramm JetFog nozzles. Interest in the JetFog, low pressure misting nozzle, has increased with the recent 90?+ temperatures experienced throughout Illinois, Michigan and Ohio.

The JetFog nozzle creates a very small, 80 (micron) droplet with just 50 psi of water pressure. Both fan and passively vented greenhouses can benefit from the cooling effect created by the evaporation of these small droplets. Heat energy in the greenhouse is expended to evaporate the small droplets, causing a cooling effect. Evaporative cooling depends greatly on the existing humidity and temperature.

Dramm has designed and sold full greenhouse systems with nozzles placed evenly throughout the greenhouse as well as supplemental cooling systems that are designed to work with existing pad and fan cooling systems. By adding additional moisture at certain distances from the pad wall, these mist nozzle extend the evaporative cooling created by the pad system. Either system creates a more even temperature throughout the greenhouse than with ventilation or pad and fan alone.

For more information, visit the JetFogweb page or contact Dramm by email. or through the numbers to the left.