Mist fan Kit - Low Pressure

SKU
MC11105
$24.99

System


• Pre-Assembled
• Made in the USA
• Can be easily attached to any outdoor fan
• Directional Spray Misting
• Simply fix to your garden hose and ready to use
• Operating Pressure 40 to 100 PSI
• ¼ inch OD Tubing
• Flexible System
• 6 Ft Feed Line

Fan NOT included - Outdoor Weather Proof Fan sold seprately.

  • Beat the heat this summer by turning an ordinary fan into a Cool Misting Fan!
  • Instantly create a cool zone using our Retro Fan Mist Ring with adjustable spray direction and leak-proof Compression Fittings.
  • Designed to produce fine mist with the use of a standard water faucet.
  • Simply attach to your Fan and turn on the water!
  • Fan NOT included - sold separately.
  1. 9 Inch Diameter, 2 Nozzles - Recommended for fans with 10-12'' Diameter
  2. 12 Inch Diameter, 4 Nozzles - Recommended for fans with 14-16'' Diameter
  3. 15 Inch Diameter, 6 Nozzles - Recommended for fans with 18-24'' Diameter
  4. 25 Inch Diameter, 8 Nozzles - Recommended for fans with 30-46'' Diameter
  5. 25 Inch Diameter, 10 Nozzles - Recommended for fans with 30-46'' Diameter

Recommendations

• Use Mistcooling Calcium Inhibitor Filter
• Do not use with Misting Pump
• To be used with outdoor rated fans

Tubing


• ¼” OD Flexible PE Tubing
• Max burst pressure is 300 psi at 75°F
• UV Resistant Flexible Tubing

 

More Information
Apply Add To Quote No
Product Kind Fan Ring
Build Your Kit Weather Proof Fan
Fan System PSI 60 PSI
Misting Application Residential
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What size mister nozzles are on this?
Question by: Ankur on Oct 21, 2021, 5:06 AM
"-9'' Dia - 2 Nozzles
$19.99
-12'' Dia - 4 Nozzles
$24.99
-25'' Dia -10 Nozzles
$44.99"
Answer by: Ankur M (Admin) on Oct 21, 2021, 5:08 AM
For the low pressure misting kit, are the mists small enough that you don't get soaked?
Question by: Enrique on Oct 21, 2021, 5:06 AM
We'd recommend the distance of the fan and people to be greater than with that mid and high pressure kits.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 7:03 AM

Is it possible to connect the mist ring line with a flexible patio misting kit line?
Question by: Antonio on Oct 21, 2021, 5:06 AM
It is possible if you get a coupling tee. Just exercise caution as the pressure from a standard line may not be able t handle more nozzles.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 7:05 AM
WHAT SIZE MISTING RING FOR 20" FAN AND WHAT SIZE NOZZELS FOR DRY MISTING
Question by: james stead on Oct 21, 2021, 5:06 AM
For a finer/drier mist you would need .006 nozzles with a 1500PSI pump.
15inch fan ring would be recommended for your fan.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 7:06 AM
With the low pressure misting ring, can 4 rings and fans be linked to 1 garden hose?
Question by: Barbara on Oct 21, 2021, 5:06 AM
That should be fine as long as you have the proper coupling tees and tubing
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 7:06 AM
Is it possible to connect the mist ring line with a flexible patio misting kit line?
Question by: Antonio Found on Oct 21, 2021, 5:06 AM
It is possible with the proper connections. Being low pressure you still have to account for the amount of nozzles.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 7:08 AM
For the low pressure misting kit, are the mists small enough that you don't get soaked?
Question by: Enrique on Oct 21, 2021, 5:06 AM
If you have the misting line 10 feet or higher you should be fine.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 7:09 AM
The tubing is 6 ft. Can you add additional tubing
Question by: The tubing is 6 ft. Can you add additional tubing on Oct 21, 2021, 5:06 AM
The kits come pre-assembled so they do not have an option for adding tubing to the existing sku. But you can add additional tubing by cutting the line, and with 2 coupling unions and 1/4 PE tubing.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 7:10 AM
For the low pressure misting kit, are the mists small enough that you don't get soaked?
Question by: Enrique on Oct 21, 2021, 5:06 AM
For low pressure, the water droplets are bigger than mid-high pressure. It's recommended to place the fan higher to allow more time for the evaporation to cool the air.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 7:11 AM
How many gallons of water per hour would the low pressure misting fan system use?
Question by: Rebecca on Oct 21, 2021, 5:06 AM
Per nozzle, roughly .71 gallons per hour.
Answer by: Admin on Nov 30, 2021, 7:12 AM