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11-05-2007, 07:02 PM
k, anybody know how to make a air/water mist sprayer.
I see them online but i want to build one anybody know how they basicly work.

Jim Warfield
11-05-2007, 07:13 PM
Just a guess.
Two solinoids, one for air, one for water(washing machine valve) both get energized at the same time as a nozzle puts the water infront of the air.
Valve both for adjustments to dial it in.
If you only wanted a very fine mist maybe a oil burner nozzle could eliver a small amount of water. They came in various ratings and spray angles putting out only 1 gallon per/hour @ 100 pounds of pressure pushing it.
Of course the gal. per/hour can be bought in different amounts too.
Maybe just the right nozzle is all you would need?
Just guessing..

11-06-2007, 12:55 AM
Spraying Systems makes a huge amount of different spray nozzles, so many that you will more than likely have a hard time trying to figure out what you want. If you are aiming for a really fine mist, almost a fog then you are going to want an air atomizing nozzle. This will do exactly that and probably exceed your expectations. I can't imagine in a haunt why you would want a more traditional nozzle, but they have those too.


They take online orders.