Patio Misting Kit - 250PSI Flexible DIY Mist System

SKU
MC12080
Regular Price $649.00 Special Price $499.99 -23%

Patio Misting Kit

Industry-leading mid-pressure mist system powered by Max 250psi mist pump. Innovation powerhouse with built-in water on/off solenoid valve, built-in internal filtration, and rust-proof outdoor enclosure.

This flexible mist kit will allow you to turn your hot patio, gazebos, pool, and pet areas into instant cool zones. A must-have for any homeowner!

Base Kit 10 Nozzle Comes with:

  • 250 PSI Pump with Filtration and Solenoid Valve
  • 12 Nickel Plated / Stainless Steel Orifice Misting Nozzles
  • 50 Ft, 1/4 Inch OD, UV treated Tubing
  • Metal Tees, push lock
  • Supply Line with Garden Hose Connector

250 PSI Misting Pump Features :

  • Maximum Inlet Pressure: 100 PSI
  • Minimum Inlet Pressure: Self- priming.
  • Maximum Outlet Pressure: 250 PSI (depends on line length and numbers of nozzles)
  • Maximum Flow: 0.9 GPM
  • Full load Amps. 110V AC: 0.7 Amps 12V DC: 4.0 Amps
  • Voltage: 110V-220V AC/ 12V DC (Refer manufacturing label on the pump)
  • Noise Level: 40 DB.
  • Maximum Fluid Temperature: For Room Temperature / Cold Water applications only
Sleek in design, high in performance, this mid-pressure system is innovative at its best. Equipped with max 250 psi mid-pressure misting pump for exceptional cooling, this misting system has the ability to support up to 40 nozzles and allows you to cool large spaces.

Benefits include, increased pressure to improve cooling, the ability to support more nozzles to cover a larger area, and convenience features like automatic water on/off solenoid valve, built-in filtration, Fan cooled enclosed motor with thermal cut-off, durable metal enclosure, and whisper-quiet operation. Enjoy significantly better cooling results compared to low-pressure misting systems.

This system looks as good as it functions. Low profile, easy to hide 1/4'' OD beige tubing matches almost any decor and is UV treated to protect against cracking. Push-lock mist fittings make installation a breeze and will allow you to adjust the angle of the nozzles even after it is installed. To top it off, we have packaged this kit with all stainless steel mist nozzles for ultimate cooling performance. Mount it anywhere without compromising on the visual appeal of your outdoor setting.

This system is made using the most advanced mid-pressure cooling technology and high-quality materials. Enjoy trouble-free operation for years to come with industry-leading 2-year warranty.

PUMP MANUAL

 

Video Instructions

 

Content for Other Sizes : 250 PSI Flexible Tubing System:

MC12080 - 10 Misting Nozzles MC12082 - 15 Misting Nozzles
MC12084 - 20 Misting Nozzles MC12086 - 25 Misting Nozzles
MC12088 - 30 Misting Nozzles MC12090 - 35 Misting Nozzles
MC12092 - 40 Misting Nozzles  

 

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Do you supply right angles with the kits?
Question by: Finemister on Nov 12, 2021, 10:32 AM
No we do not, the flexible tubing should fit around most corners. Should you need a right angle coupling we do offer them on the website under this link https://mistcooling.com/1-4-coupling-elbow-push-lock.html
Answer by: Gloria Matthews (Admin) on Nov 12, 2021, 10:34 AM
What are the dimensions of the misting pump?
Question by: Finemister on Nov 12, 2021, 10:27 AM
17"x9.5"x10" and it weighs about 13lbs
Answer by: Gloria Matthews (Admin) on Nov 12, 2021, 10:30 AM
Can the Pump be mounted outside in the elements?
Question by: Finemister on Nov 12, 2021, 4:16 AM
The pump can be outside, though it is recommended to be brought in during colder/winter times. Also, we would not recommend leaving it on the ground if you are in an area prone to flooding.
Answer by: Gloria Matthews (Admin) on Nov 12, 2021, 10:22 AM
How many feet of tubing comes from this Mist System ?
Question by: Finemister on Nov 12, 2021, 4:11 AM
The 10-25 nozzle system has 50ft of tubing where the 30-45 nozzle systems have 100ft of tubing.
Answer by: Gloria Matthews (Admin) on Nov 12, 2021, 10:15 AM
on the mid pressure stainless steel unit, what would the gph consumption be on this model per nozzle and the minimum per the whole system
Question by: Scott on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
A little under 1 gallon per hour. For the whole system, it depends on the amount of nozzles chosen.
Answer by: Admin on Dec 1, 2021, 12:38 AM
How far apart should the nozzles be placed? What if anything affects this?
Question by: Mark Kays on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
They should be placed 2 feet apart. The stainless steel tubing will come in two foot increments. If you need elbows, they are sold separately.
https://www.mistcooling.com/1-4-coupling-elbow-push-lock.html
Answer by: Admin on Dec 1, 2021, 12:37 AM
Will the mid pressure kit be enough to cool an are approx.. 1500sq, open space and what's the weight. Will the 1500 psi be better, what's weight on this one. Do you have any recommendations? Thanks
Question by: Padilla on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
For more accurate information please visit our system design link and answer all the questions, upload photo's, dimensions, blueprints. This helps determine what you may need.
https://www.mistcooling.com/free-system-design
Answer by: Admin on Dec 1, 2021, 12:40 AM
How far apart should the nozzles be placed? What if anything affects this?
Question by: Mark Kays on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
For mid pressure, nozzle spacing should be 2 feet apart. Since this is a stainless steel kit the stainless steel line will be in two foot increments.
Answer by: Admin on Dec 1, 2021, 12:41 AM
on the mid pressure stainless steel unit, what would the gph consumption be on this model per nozzle and the minimum per the whole system
Question by: Scott on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
Per nozzle, roughly .77 GPH.
Answer by: Admin on Dec 1, 2021, 12:42 AM
What is involved in upgrading from 250 to a 1500psi system in the future. This option was mention in features?
Question by: MT on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
If you want to purchase a high pressure 1500 PSI pump in the future for a finer mist then all the fittings you have now with this system would be compatible.
Answer by: Admin on Dec 1, 2021, 12:43 AM

Can this tubing be bent; or is there a 90 degree elbow available?
Question by: Jim on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
This is rigid stainless steel so it can be bent with a pipe bender, but it should not be cut. We do have 90 degree elbows available:
https://www.mistcooling.com/1-4-coupling-elbow-push-lock.html
Answer by: Admin on Dec 1, 2021, 12:39 AM
Can this tubing be bent; or is there a 90 degree elbow available?
Question by: Jim on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
This is rigid stainless steel, if you have the proper pipe bender then they can be bent, though not too close to the end pieces.
We do have 90 degree push-lock connectors:
https://www.mistcooling.com/1-4-coupling-elbow-push-lock.html
Answer by: Admin on Dec 1, 2021, 12:35 AM
Can I use any cleaning material for my misting system or are there any special chemical to use?
Question by: Amiley on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
kindly confirm the distance between 2 nozzles and what is distance can the 160psi pump cover?
Question by: Bolaji on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
I have balcony patio 20 x 8. Has 10 foot headroom and ceiling fan. I would like something that cools well but is quiet. Would the 250 psi be adequate; we avg very high humidity; arkansas. Also what are dimensions of pump?
Question by: Michael on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
I have a 11' square aluminum pergola cover with a 3 speed fan in the center. What size system would I need and how many nozzles would be required?
Question by: Jim on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
How far can the pumping unit be from the misting nozzles in terms of straight tube length and be effective.
Question by: Brendon on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
What is the size of the unit? The dimensions of the white box.
Question by: Stephen on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
How long does it take to start to start spraying? I ask out of concern of the filter, I need a pump that can spray for just a few seconds at a time every few minutes. If the internal filter slows the water to much or depending on how much it increases it could shut off without actually spraying... Does anyone use this in such a fashion or think it will work for aeroponics?
Question by: Dan B AZ on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM
Can I use any cleaning material for my misting system or are there any special chemical to use ?
Question by: Amiley on Oct 21, 2021, 12:06 AM