Misting and fogging are technologies that are often confused. However, there is a significant difference between the two solutions. They both produce fog, but they do not meet the same needs. Misting produces drops that are larger in size (between 8 and 25 microns) than nebulisation. It provides a comfortable climatic atmosphere, most often outdoors: in playgrounds, public spaces, gardens, railway stations, cafe or restaurant terraces, etc. It also neutralises odoUrs or reduces dust to the ground in industries such as the wood industry, waste disposal sites and water treatment plants.

Nebulisation, on the other hand, is composed of finer drops (between 2 and 5 microns). It responds to specific needs in the preservation of fresh produce, particularly in fruit and vegetable departments, fish shops, traditional butcher’s shops, cheese dairies, biscuit factories, wine cellars and many other sectors. The nebulisation technology is also used for the disinfection of laboratory rooms, airlocks, production rooms or isolators. In this context, it is a biocide that is diffused into the air and allows surfaces to be disinfected.


A high-performance technology, nebulisation produces micro-droplets of water whose size varies between 2 and 5 microns.

Thanks to the great fineness of the spray mist, nebulisation provides optimal hygrometry for the conservation of products without wetting them.

Misting consists of the production of water microdroplets from 8 to 25 microns, by high-pressure and micrometric nozzles, in the ambient air.

Misting is a technology that consists of diffusing water (or other liquids) in fine droplets into the air. This creates a mist that brings many benefits in all environments.


Commercial and Hospitality Services is working hard with a number of world reknown and reputable companies to bring to Australia Solutions for the HVAC, and Sanitisation/Misting Solutions, We will be launching soon.

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