If you have plans in installing a misting system, all parts must be delivered to you and it should be ready to install with the use of basic tools like wrenches and screwdrivers.
Before installation you must see to it that there were no existing defects found in the parts and all parts are in the parcel. Take a hard look with the manual and the ways by which all parts must be installed, this way you can expect the installation process to be smooth sailing. As for the custom residential misting pumping unit, this should be well assembled and will start to function once the water is put in it and there is a good power source.
If you want the fogging system unit to last long then you have place it in areas where it will not be prone to any damage. The power source and the water supply must be near the fogging system unit so that it can operate more so this is another thing that you have to consider for its location.
If you are able to connect the mainline to the fogging unit then you can proceed to the next step in installation. There are some that uses a flex hose and stainless steel for the mainline (this is the line that connects the misting unit to the area by which the nozzle line will be placed) There are those systems that make use of stainless steel suspension cables for the nozzle line, if this is the case then it should suspended from both sides of the place you want to be misted. There is also what you call a turnbuckle that is placed on a one end of the capable so that the tightness can be controlled furthermore in order to avoid uneven positioning of the line; a support cable is installed for every 10 feet. For more facts and info about Fog Misting, Visit http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2014/12/03/how-to-stop-car-fog-cat-litter-sock_n_6260270.html.
When it comes to the installation of ball valves, this must be done carefully on the suspended cables or on the hard surface. Afterwards, the installation of misting lines should be done. If the misting system is made of stainless steel then a 20 foot length nozzle line must be used.
It is already a known fact that most misting systems are using brass fittings to adjoin 20 foot lengths. If the misting system is meant for brass fittings then you will more likely find a rubber “O” rings. Water tight system is necessary in such misting systems that is why “O” rings must be placed on both sides. You must not over tighten the union so that the “O” ring will not break and enter the portable fog fans system. It is also vital to install a drain valve at the end of each nozzle line. The latter are just some of the things that you have to be aware of when having misting or fogging system installation.