Maintain a high humidity environment without the dripping and dampness on walls, racking and floors.

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VaporDry™ Benefits

  • Largest volume of dry fog from a single nozzle
  • Non-wetting vapor provides very high humidity in storage applications
  • Low air pressure + Low water pressure + Low maintenance = Low Cost
  • Multiple control options
  • Precise and reliable humidification
  • Remote monitoring capabilities
VaporDry™ System

VaporDry™ System

Patent #10,508,821

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Low profile design for installation ease with adjustable water regulator for added humidity control. Fractional horsepower units allow for flexibility with multi-room layout.

Control Panel

Control Panel

Controllers come in various configurations and can interface with existing controls. From simple one panel readouts to PLCs with HMI touch screen display and remote monitoring, control panels are specified to meet any application. 

Heated Transmitter

Heated Transmitter

± 1.3% accuracy. Heated probe. 0-100% RH. Accurate and long term stable measurement under continuous high humidity and in demanding climate conditions.

VaporDry™ Applications

  • Perishable Warehouses and Distribution Centers
  • Greenhouses
  • Cannabis Grow Rooms
  • Data Centers
  • Aerospace
  • Wine and Barrel Storage
  • Cigar Humidor Rooms
  • Banana Ripening and Citrus Degreening Rooms
  • Any situation that requires precise humidification

Dry Fog

Controlled Dry Fog Particle Size Distribution

Our precision machined nozzle technology along with accurately controlled air and water pressures allow for droplet sizes as small as 2 microns and consistently well below a 10 micron size water vapor.

Using a 632.8nm HeNe laser diffraction Particle Analyzer that measures drop size based on the diffraction pattern of the laser caused by the water vapor passing through the sampling area, Corrigan optimized the parameters needed to consistently produce dry fog.

VaporDry™ produces dry fog particles that rapidly evaporate before saturating or condensing on any surface.