HOW DO THESE SYSTEMS WORK?

An easily programmable timer automatically activates the motor and pump at pre-chosen times throughout the day. Liquid is then drawn from the reservoir and pumped through high pressure nylon tubing that feeds spray nozzles. These spray nozzles emit an insecticide/water mixture in the form of a fine mist. Spray cycles are programmed by the user to meet the needs of each individual application whether for Horse and Livestock housing, Residential decks, patios and backyards or Commercial applications.

TyTypical Fly and Mosquito Misting System Components 

Both the standard analog timers, as shown, as well as a digital timer are available that allow the user to add a spray cycle as necessary. Digital units, with remote control, are particularly handy for backyard installations.

These timers are easily programmable and offer a wide variety of misting times and durations for the level of insect control desired.

Photo is for illustration only. Actual units may vary.

Optional digital timer with remote control. The remote control with this timer allows the user to either add in a spray cycle or to skip a spray cycle as needed without affecting the programmed timer settings. Great for use in backyard applications.

Units come standard with a 1/3 hp 110 v motor that will handle up to about 70 nozzles. If needed, a heavy duty 1/2hp motor is available for larger installations.

Pumps are fully brass construction with a 140 GPH capacity. Max pressure is 250 psi which is well above the normal 170 to 180 psi operating pressure of an Auto Mist system.

Elbow nozzles are used to end lines of nozzles.  No need to loop back to the tank.

Tee nozzles are used as in-line nozzles at all positions except for the last nozzle in the line.

45 degree tee nozzle.  Used to direct the spray at an angle instead of straight down.  Also available in elbow nozzles.

Straight nozzle.  Used with tees and a short length of tubing to drop a nozzle into a specific location from an overhead line.

Optional In-Line, cleanable filter for additional protection in keeping contaminants out of nozzles.  Installs in the nozzle line just downstream of pump outlet.  Installation is the same as for a nozzle - Just cut the tube and push the ends into the filter.  This filter is marked with flow direction.

Polyphosphate hose end filter.  Polyphosphate is a soluble mineral that will aid in controling hard water problems.  It will form a bond with other minerals that cause hard water scale in order to minimize clogging of mist nozzles.  When water flow through the filter begins to decrease it is time for replacement.

Typical components of a spray nozzle.  Tee (or elbow), adapter and nozzle tip.

Landscape fixed riser with 45 degree nozzle at top. For use in planting beds and amongst shrubs and bushes to control mosquitoes where they harbor. Complete with a tee at the bottom to connect to system tubing.

In line shut off valve. Can be used to shut off all nozzles downstream of valve to avoid spraying in unused portions of an installation.

Intake line suction filter.  These filters protect pump and nozzles from contaminants entering the system from the tank. Replace yearly.

Nozzle fitting release tool.  Helps to compress the quick release collar for removal of tube or nozzle parts.

Intake line and float switch assembly showing intake line with filter, black float switch with gray float weight attached.

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