Relaxing during the warm weather is very enjoyable in the presence of a high performance fan. On a sweltering day even unwinding in a shaded area may not provide the desired relief. This is where a misting fan comes in handy. It works by ejecting mist into the air which requires heat to evaporate thereby sucks heat from the air. This makes the surrounding temperature to fall.
You will be able to sit and unwind as well as dine in your patio, porch or deck while enjoying a cool and gentle breeze. It can be used to cool down for both outdoor and indoor settings. In addition, it saves on energy costs. You do not have to worry about your utility bills therefore you have a good time when the temperatures are unbearable during hot weather days.
The outstanding feature of a misting fan is that it will not get you wet even if it blows mist into the air. This is because it produces a mist that is so fine that it immediately evaporates once it gets out through the nozzle. This way you will not get drenched. However, for those who like a little more wetness the fan can be adjusted to achieve that.
A misting fan may require repairs or replacement when it is no longer providing sufficient cooling mist spray. The most common problem that leads to the malfunctions is when water in the spray tank dries out. You should check whether the water tank has run out and refill. However, check for leaks at the drain plug as well as on the hose where cracks should be sealed and the drain plug tightened.
After fixing or ruling out any problem with the water and malfunctions persist check whether the power cord is properly connected. Somebody might have just tripped on it without knowing. If the power is in order and the fan does not run, open the grill and then pull out the fan assembly by unfastening the screws using a screwdriver.
You should then check whether the fan blade has any signs of breakages or damages. In case of such contact your supplier for a replacement. On the other hand, the problem may be lack of lubrication which may be inhibiting proper function.
In addition, a misting fan that is in proper working condition should emit mist evenly. Where the opposite is the case then the nozzles should be cleaned. This problem arises as a result of mineral buildup. To fix this problem first disconnect the power supply, remove the nozzles and soak them in a vinegar solution for a while. On the other hand, filters are easily cleaned by putting them under running water until when all stuck particles are completely removed. Make sure to use chlorinated water with the fan. The recommended period after which filters should be changed is 6 months. These DIY tips will maintain your misting fan in top condition.
Our unique misting fan, are each equipped with patented misting nozzles that produce a mist so fine that it evaporates just after leaving the nozzle, cooling the surrounding air.