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Topic # 160612 13-Jan-2015 14:21
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I'm trying to build a Misting setup above my outdoor table like these:



Does anyone know where one might find the misters to attach to a pipe? I've searched mitre 10 and Bunnings websites with no luck. So I thought someone on here may possibly know?

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  Reply # 1213222 13-Jan-2015 14:52
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??? What sort of pipe? 

It took me 2 seconds to find these http://www.bunnings.co.nz/our-range/garden/watering-accessories/irrigation/micro-sprays

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  Reply # 1213229 13-Jan-2015 14:59
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I was thinking standard black irrigation pipe. But the misters I've seen at restaurants and such are usually metal with a much finer spray than what those provide.
Maybe I should just try those ones and see how they turn out...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1213232 13-Jan-2015 15:02
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Not sure why you'd want a mister over a table myself, but http://www.bunnings.co.nz/pope-micro-jet-mist-spray-10pk_p00829109

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  Reply # 1213238 13-Jan-2015 15:14
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I think this is what you're looking for?
http://www.netafim.co.nz/product/ag-coolnet-pro-

You get them at Chesters, etc...

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  Reply # 1213242 13-Jan-2015 15:27
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blakamin: Not sure why you'd want a mister over a table myself, but http://www.bunnings.co.nz/pope-micro-jet-mist-spray-10pk_p00829109

Not going to be directly over the table, just off to the side to cool the air. 

BlackHand: I think this is what you're looking for?
http://www.netafim.co.nz/product/ag-coolnet-pro-

You get them at Chesters, etc...


Yea that looks like a better option than the bunnings ones. I shall hunt some down and give it a go. 
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  Reply # 1213244 13-Jan-2015 15:33
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Will you not then have a wet table?

Even the lower of those puts out 5.5L per hour, a couple of them and you will have a pretty damp table.

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  Reply # 1213394 13-Jan-2015 21:13
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  Reply # 1213464 14-Jan-2015 00:32
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Not sure how cooling mists will be in nz's high humidity.

Mind you places still get away with selling evaporative coolers even tho they will achieve nothing.




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  Reply # 1213483 14-Jan-2015 02:12
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I expect that irrigation nozzles will output droplets that are far too big for effective evaporative misting.

Everything is just going to get wet, which means it is an inefficient use of water.

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  Reply # 1213538 14-Jan-2015 08:57
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I have used one of these with success. Installed into an outdoor dining area in Sydney. They are very common over there

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  Reply # 1213566 14-Jan-2015 09:33
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Funny enough, last week I was looking for misting fan which you can find from Bunnings. Anyway there was DIY video and the suggestion is to use the normal garden misting irrigation heads (1/4 spread) at regular distance apart.




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