Application Equipment




Thermal fogging is the generation of ultra-fine droplets in a range of 1-50 µm using thermo-pneumatic energy. Liquid substances are vaporised in the unit and form ultra fine aerosols by condensing on contact with cool ambient air. Thermal fogging is used for any pest control task where active substances should be uniformly distributed even in inaccessible places, without leaving undesirable residues. The fogging technique is the solution for treating large areas and spaces with a minimum quantity of pesticide solution, less operational work and with little harm to the environment (less residues, no penetration into the ground), e.g. in the field of public health, stock protection, plant protection, disinfection, decontamination, deodorization and cinema effects.

Standard Power Features

  • Pulse-jet engine without movable parts allows unlimited operation
  • 5ltr chemical tank, easily detachable, made of heavy duty polyethylene, transparent with litre scale
  • Double stainless steel-cooling jacket/diffuser with front cooling air intake, additional sound absorption and effective heat control
  • PulsFOG fingertip quick-start-system through patented direct fuel injection and automatic ignition
  • For safety reasons: non-pressurised fuel tank
  • Most metal parts made of stainless steel
  • Manual fog control valve
  • Simple and straight-forward design enables the user to carry out repair work for himself


  • Weight empty - 7kg
  • Size (length x breadth x height - 106 x 29 x 33cm
  • Capacity of chemical tank - 5 litres
  • Capacity of fuel tank - 2 litres
  • Cubic capacity of combustion chamber of engine - 0.3 litres
  • Maximum performance of engine - 17.5 kW (24 h.p., 15,000 kcal/h)
  • Fuel consumption - 1.5 – 1.9 I/h
  • Auto-ignition - Electronic coil fed by 4 batt. = 6 V DC
  • Starting device - Hand pump
  • Flow rate (according to nozzle size used) - 12-25 I/h
  • Droplet size range contingent to installed nozzle size
    • < 25µm (oil)
    • < 60 µm(oil/water)
    • < 100 µm (water)

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