How our Mosquito Misting System Work
Once you have decided that you want to purchase a mosquito misting system, it is important to understand how the system works. The mosquito misting system consists of a series of nozzles that are connected to a pump and reservoir. The pump is typically located in the garage or shed, and the reservoir is typically located near the pump. The nozzles are connected to the pump via flexible tubing, and each nozzle has its own valve.
The mosquito misting system is activated by a timer, which turns on the pump and allows insecticide to flow through the tubing to the nozzles. When the timer reaches the end of the programmed cycle, the pump shuts off and insecticide stops flowing through the tubing. Mosquito misting systems can be programmed to operate multiple times per day, depending on your needs.
The insecticide that is used in mosquito misting systems is typically pyrethrin or permethrin based. Pyrethrins are naturally occurring insecticides that are derived from chrysanthemum flowers. Permethrin is a synthetic version of pyrethrin, and both chemicals are effective at killing mosquitoes and other flying insects.