- The Cirrus is a
surprisingly versatile fogger. It disperses water and
oil diluted chemicals as well as many pure
concentrates as a high
quality fog of virtually uniform
size droplets that can be as small as 0.3
microns. The fogger is compact in design and is
easily carried by one individual. It can be
located in the center of an enclosed area and
operated by tethered remote control so that the
operator avoids fog exposure.
- Cirrus fog delivers
the advantages of uniformly sized small droplets:
even and universal distribution, deep
penetration, and the shrouding of objects rather
than only direct-in-line surface deposition. And
the fog provides greater contact area for a given
amount of fluid, ensuring enhanced efficacy and
Learn more about the unique advantages of the
- Fog fluid is mixed
with inert gas to create an "aerosol".
This mixture is delivered to a heat exchanger
where it is turned into vapor. When exiting the
heat exchanger and meeting the colder ambient
air, the vapor instantly cools and condenses
forming an often visible fog. Heat
exchanger temperature setting and fog exit design
determine the ultimate uniform droplet size.
In contrast with other thermal foggers the Cirrus does not employ an open flame to generate an aerosol so that no spontaneous flames can be produced at the nozzle exit. Instead, the fluid is vaporized on its path through an electrically powered heat exchanger. The Cirrus mixes its prime chemical supply with inert gas – CO2 or N – creating a first stage aerosol of liquid droplets enveloped by the gas. This mixture is vaporized in the heat exchanger to emerge as fog that is shielded against flammability before the inert gas dissipates and the fog droplets distribute in the ambient air. For extra protection, all Corona foggers are fitted with a cut-off switch to prevent excessive temperature build-up.
The Cirrus can draw the inert gas from any regular supply. Universally
available regular CO2 gas canisters commonly provide the most convenient
and flexible solution.
As always, operators should use any fog fluid in accordance with the label instructions and in observance of all applicable operating instructions, safety considerations and regulatory requirements.
observe all Important Warnings when using thermal
- Fog Output:
2 liters per hour
running time (internal reservoir): 40
running time (external supply):
indefinitely, subject to available supply
- Droplet Size:
uniform size as required - from
minimum of 0.3 microns
- Warm up Time:
- Power Supply:
110 Volt, 60 Hz, 10 Amps (220 Volt
Consumption: 1.1 KW
16" x 7" x 14˝"
- Weight: 26
- Equipped with an
external tank, the fog can be dispersed
continuously until the fluid has been
- The Electronic
Temperature and Fog Control module
constantly monitors the heat exchanger to
maintain superior fog output.
- Corona foggers
can service alternative spaces from a
central location via a ducted system
- if necessary with
the aid of a fan.
- An optional,
timer-equipped remote control provides
for programmed applications.
- When used as
prescribed, maintenance is minimal.
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