1-800-345-3747
1-800-345-3747
1-800-345-3747
1-800-345-3747

CoolNet Fogger -- the best nozzle for Propagation. It creates a zone of saturated humidity that is ideal for rooting.

CoolNet Fogger -- the best nozzle for Propagation.  It creates a zone of saturated humidity that is ideal for rooting.
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Netafim CoolNet Foggers produce finer droplets allowing quicker evaporation resulting in higher humidity for propagation applications.

LOWER COST **  Our CoolNet Foggers are affordably priced - much less than high pressure fog systems.

HIGHLY UNIFORM APPLICATION With an operating pressure range of 45 to 60 psi, these foggers produce an average droplet size of 90 microns (at 60 psi) each and every time. This creates a "blanket of fog" or zone of saturated humidity ideal for rooting. Each nozzle of the 4-Way Fogger has a flow rate of 2.0 GPH.

DEPENDABLE OPERATION Since the CoolNet Fogger operates on low pressure, there is significantly less wear on the fogger components resulting in less maintenance and reduces overall operating costs. Our fogger system requires 140 mesh filtration eliminating costly filtration systems with intensive maintenance issues.

 Fogger blockers are available to close off one or more nozzles of the assembly when needed.   ** SIMPLE INSTALLATION AND DISASSEMBLY!  **

CoolNet Foggers are readily adaptable to existing systems. They are easy to install with fittings common to most hanging assemblies. All it takes is a "twist" and the fogger nozzle can be removed from the center assembly - no tools needed.

** RELIABLE CHECK VALVES **

Assembled above the CoolNet Fogger Head, is a high pressure check valve. This check valve ensures that each fogger turns on and off at exactly the same time for effective short cycling. It also prevents water from draining onto the plants or cuttings below after system shut down.

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STEP 1

VISUALIZE THE GREENHOUSE

Evaluate the location of obstacles such as curtains or hanging baskets. Consider aisles and whether they can be wetted. Review cultural practices which might impact the height at which the foggers should be placed.

CoolNet Pro 4-Way Fogger Head

STEP 2

SELECT THE FOGGER HEAD

Choose the CoolNet Pro Fogger and Check Valve Head Assembly for your application based on the operating pressure. Standard Check Valve with purple pin opens at 28 psi and optional Check Valve with orange pin opens at 58 psi.

STEP 3

SELECT THE FOGGER HANGING ASSEMBLY

Choose the length of the Hanging Assembly (see available options under the Ordering Tab). An extension tubing piece for creating longer lengths is optional. The Hanging Assembly connects to the Polyethylene (PE) Tubing Supply Line and the CoolNet Pro Fogger Head and Check Valve.

A Retrofit Adapter is used to connect Netafim CoolNet Pro Foggers to other manufacturer’s fittings. Netafim recommends placing the foggers 18″ to 30″ above the propagation material.

STEP 4

SIZE THE SUPPLY PIPE

Use the Poly Pipe Sizing chart to select the correct supply pipe size. Low density polyethylene is strongly recommended.

STEP 5

SIZE THE DISTRIBUTOR AND MAINLINE

The remaining piping and system components are sized based upon the maximum flow they will receive. Use the Flow Per Fogger Line chart to determine the flow of a single fogger supply pipe for the length of run in your design. If more than one fogger line will be operated at once, be sure to multiply the flow by the number of lines when sizing the system pipes and components. Pipe size recommendations are guidelines only. For distributor lines over 40 ft., mainlines over 100 ft. or when slopes are a factor, please consult a design professional.

STEP 6

SIZE THE CONTROL HEAD COMPONENTS

The components should be sized according to the flow range shown in the Filter, Valve and Pressure Regulator Sizing chart. The pipe connecting to the components can be of a different size.

 


STEP 7

STARTING UP A SYSTEM FOR THE FIRST TIME

The most important point to remember when starting up a new system is to flush the mainlines. Debris from construction can otherwise be washed into the sprinklers, resulting in plugging or improper operation. To properly flush a system, first connect all the pipes and hanging assemblies, except the Foggers with the Check Valves. Next, open the ends of the distributor line and the sprinkler supply pipes. Close them off, one by one, starting with the opening closest to the head control, and proceeding to the most distant opening. Only after complete flushing should the Foggers with Check Valves be attached to the hanging assemblies.

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