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What is the fog catcher system and how does it work?

What is the fog catcher system and how does it work?

Fog catcher system.

what is a fog catcher system? It is a system that collects water from the mist, it is based on a set of anti-fogs (non-traditional technology), a pipe or water conduction system to the population that is benefited, it is retained by means of water storage ponds and finally distributed to homes.

The fog catchers are structures similar to a road sign, made up of eucalyptus poles. An OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh, a gutter that receives the collected water and a whole support system.

  • The mist occurs at higher altitudes, generally from 500m, and the coves are at the level of evil.
  • The mist traps are located in the mountains of the Coastal ranges that frame these towns; in this way the water drains by gravity.
  • No electrical mechanism is needed, the system is friendly to the environment and does not present any impediments of this type.
  • The most important thing about this system is its water catchment mesh, since not all meshes are suitable for capture.
The mist catcher system functions where there is mist, that is why it is important to place your system where the mist is.

The ideal meshes for this function are the 88% OBAMALLA® raschel mesh, the one with a grammage of 90gr/m².

A study found that the OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh

A mesh with a weave that does not allow the fluid passage of air creates return currents that limit the protected area. The OBAMALLA® raschel mesh has a high mechanical resistance to the action of the Wind. Decreases wind speed by 80%.

  • The OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh did not undergo any variation in relation to its physical characteristics during the measurement time. This ratifies that the lowest cost material to implement in fog catcher systems is the OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh.
  • The efficiency of the OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh as a conventional material used in fog catcher systems was corroborated, demonstrating that it is highly functional in capturing water.
  • Reaching a volume of 26,975 cm3 of water during the duration of the experiment. Compared with the OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh, the veil reached a good level of capture, finding a difference of 2530 cm3 which is considered fairly representative.
The capture of fog water allows to obtain additional water in a sustainable way.
.

The OBAMALLA® mesh has the necessary characteristics of resistance and function for the water catchment mechanism. It allows the flow of air in the middle and has a mechanical resistance to the action of the wind, it also decreases its speed by 80%.

The water capture system requires the presence of mist, which is why the water station will depend on your location. The OBAMALLA® mesh showed that it is highly functional in capturing water, thanks to the fact that it has polyethylene strips, which makes it resistant. Our OBAMALLA® Raschell mesh does not suffer any variation. In relation to its physical characteristics during the measurement time. It is ideal for the construction of fog water collectors. Because it resists all kinds of atmospheric factors for many years, it even withstands storms of a certain size.

@hortomallas

Fog catcher system.

what is a fog catcher system? It is a system that collects water from the mist, it is based on a set of anti-fogs (non-traditional technology), a pipe or water conduction system to the population that is benefited, it is retained by means of water storage ponds and finally distributed to homes.

The fog catchers are structures similar to a road sign, made up of eucalyptus poles. An OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh, a gutter that receives the collected water and a whole support system.

  • The mist occurs at higher altitudes, generally from 500m, and the coves are at the level of evil.
  • The mist traps are located in the mountains of the Coastal ranges that frame these towns; in this way the water drains by gravity.
  • No electrical mechanism is needed, the system is friendly to the environment and does not present any impediments of this type.
  • The most important thing about this system is its water catchment mesh, since not all meshes are suitable for capture.
The mist catcher system functions where there is mist, that is why it is important to place your system where the mist is.

The ideal meshes for this function are the 88% OBAMALLA® raschel mesh, the one with a grammage of 90gr/m².

A study found that the OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh

A mesh with a weave that does not allow the fluid passage of air creates return currents that limit the protected area. The OBAMALLA® raschel mesh has a high mechanical resistance to the action of the Wind. Decreases wind speed by 80%.

  • The OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh did not undergo any variation in relation to its physical characteristics during the measurement time. This ratifies that the lowest cost material to implement in fog catcher systems is the OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh.
  • The efficiency of the OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh as a conventional material used in fog catcher systems was corroborated, demonstrating that it is highly functional in capturing water.
  • Reaching a volume of 26,975 cm3 of water during the duration of the experiment. Compared with the OBAMALLA® Raschel mesh, the veil reached a good level of capture, finding a difference of 2530 cm3 which is considered fairly representative.
The capture of fog water allows to obtain additional water in a sustainable way.
.

The OBAMALLA® mesh has the necessary characteristics of resistance and function for the water catchment mechanism. It allows the flow of air in the middle and has a mechanical resistance to the action of the wind, it also decreases its speed by 80%.

The water capture system requires the presence of mist, which is why the water station will depend on your location. The OBAMALLA® mesh showed that it is highly functional in capturing water, thanks to the fact that it has polyethylene strips, which makes it resistant. Our OBAMALLA® Raschell mesh does not suffer any variation. In relation to its physical characteristics during the measurement time. It is ideal for the construction of fog water collectors. Because it resists all kinds of atmospheric factors for many years, it even withstands storms of a certain size.

@hortomallas

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