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How does Mist technology work?
Through specially designed nozzles, mist sprinkler systems distribute smaller droplets at a higher velocity with a large range of droplet sizes fight a fire in many different ways at the same time.
The largest droplets penetrate the fire plume and smother the fuel surface stopping flammable gases being created. The medium sized droplets penetrate the plume and evaporate inside the fire creating inert gases. The smaller sized droplets evaporate around the ...Learn more