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The Complete Guide to the Industrial Fogger Machine
Factories, manufacturing plants, and warehouses are usually large spaces where many
people work for extended periods of time, sometimes without proper ventilation or airflow.
Because of this, and for the safety of the workers, industrial settings need frequent and
consistent disinfection. In this article, we will introduce you to the most effective method to
disinfect these very large spaces in order to make their environment much safer for everyone.
We’re talking about the Industrial Fogger. Keep on reading to learn what it is and how to use
it for effective disinfecting.
What is the Industrial Fogger Machine?
The Industrial Fogger is a high-capacity disinfecting device that is able to eliminate
contaminants from large and inaccessible spaces, such as manufacturing facilities, factories,
large offices, and warehouses. Thanks to its 9-foot telescopic pole and the fact that it is
capable of fogging at a rate of 1,000 cubic feet per minute, the device can propel disinfectant
all the way to the upper levels of those buildings where ceilings are higher than 25 feet and
handheld fogging equipment can’t be used.
Additionally, the Industrial Fogger is known to be very effective because it is able to turn any
disinfectant liquid into a microscopic fog or mist that is fine enough to penetrate every inch of
space between machinery to kill and destroys germs, bacteria, and microbes that are present
on surfaces and in the air. This is something that handheld fogging equipment cannot do in
large spaces because smaller devices are not able to create the necessary atmosphere to be
It should be noted that high-capacity devices like the Industrial Fogger are essential for the
daily operations of manufacturing plants and similar settings because these facilities often
have different types of machines and equipment that are used by multiple workers in a single
day, which increases the risk of contaminants spreading from one set of hands t