Our GreenMist™ and EnviroMist™ T-Rotor technology allows the generation of water mist from a mixture of water and gas generated inside the rotor and delivered to a specially designed collision nozzle.
The smallest example of the application of the RotorMist technology is a mist fire extinguisher. There is a rotor with two tubes inside the cylinder. The centrally positioned tube is connecting the rotor to the valve and is transporting the mixture of liquid and gas to the mist-generating nozzle.
The second tube with specifically designed holes opens as the fluid level decreases. This tube then supplies compressed gas (Nitrogen) to the rotor form the top. The water is delivered at the same pressure from the bottom of the rotor. After opening, the component inside the rotor begins to turn through pressure form the valve, generating the mixture of pressurized gas and water in a piston method. The rotation speed, which depends on the flow, stabilizes the pressure of the mixture to between 3 and 4 bars. The mixture of water and pressurized gas is forced through the holes in the nozzle so that the water streams collide, generating a dynamic stream of mist.