Sprinkler system There is a vast applications for a sprinkler system. Local municipalities, tourism, hotels, golf courses, and parks rely on in-ground sprinklers. Controlling the time of day, frequency and length of watering maximizes the cost benefits of your lawn while efficiently regulating the amount of water required. Sprinklers typically have only single orifices. Sprinklers discharge only water or water with additives.Sprinkles typically operate in the range of 0.5 to 12 bar . Sprinkler systems typically use centrifugal pumps driven by diesel engines or electrical motors.
Water Mist/fog System They are a terrific way to conserve water through the distribution of a fine mist or fogging effect which widens the radius in comparison to that of a traditional sprinkler or nozzle hose system. The primary users of water mist systems include hotels, resorts, golf courses, tennis courts, fountains, restaurants, theme parks, and patios. High temperatures and low humidity will optimize the cooling effects generated by water mist system. Indoor mister systems are ideal for greenhouses where seed germination begins. Water mist nozzles may have single or multiple orifices.In addition to water, water mist nozzles may also discharge additives, air and various gas agents. Single-fluid water mist nozzles operate in the range of 5 to 140 bar or higher, but dual-fluid water mist nozzles may operate at lower pressure levels.In a mist systems, water supply is typically provided by positive displacement pumps matched with electrical motors, or provided by the compression of high pressure air or nitrogen