A thermal fogger uses heat to vaporize a fogging solution. In most cases, this liquid is an insecticide. It sprays the solution out of the nozzle of the fogger in the form of a mist or a fog.
Thermal foggers have a storage tank that can hold anywhere from about ten Litres of solution. This container, which holds insecticide or other fogging liquids, is located on the bottom of most foggers. In some foggers, though, this container is within the body of the machine.
The machine contains a pump used to send the fogging solution from the container through the heat assembly, which is located on the front of the fogger. The person operating the fogger initiates this pump by pressing the fogging trigger. For most thermal foggers, this fogging trigger is under the handle of the tool.
When the fogging solution enters the heat assembly, it goes through a coil that is at a very high temperature. This vaporizes the insecticide from its liquid state. This vapor is then sprayed through the nozzle at the end of the fogger in the form of a thick fog. For electric foggers, the heat assembly uses electric energy to heat the coil while fuel and propane foggers use gas (gasoline or propane) to do so.
The Global Thermal Fogger Machine market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
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Thermal foggers can produce very tiny particles, which range from 0.5 micron to 50 microns, with the majority less than 20 microns. The optimal droplet size range for mosquito control is 10-20 microns. Particles this small will stay in the air for a long period of time before falling to the ground. The tiny particles will also be able to get into hard-to-reach places both indoors and outdoors.
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