Ultrasonic aerosolization is the physical process that uses ultrasonic waves to mechanically transform a liquid into tiny droplets suspended in the air (super-fine aerosol).

The physical behavior of an aerosol is highly dependent upon the size of its droplets. An aerosol that consists of large droplets (above 5 microns) will quickly gravitate to the floor and create wetness.

Green Clouds' aerosol, regardless of which liquid is used, always consists of mono-dispersed spherical droplets with a narrow distribution of droplet diameter and a mean diameter of 1.2 microns (80% of the droplets).

Since the droplets are proportionally smaller, their surface area is larger. One cubic centimeter of the aerosol, generated by the UAG, contains one trillion (1012) spherical droplets, with a total surface area of 4 square meters. This assures a quick but gentle, long-lasting & effective treatment of the space.

The key aerosol features are as follows:
The super-fine aerosol behaves like a fog or mist.
The aerosol contains droplets, with a mean diameter of 1.2 microns, and will spread evenly and quickly in any enclosed space, penetrating the space in an optimal manner.
The physical qualities of the droplets will create “dry fog" – the droplets will not gravitate or condense upon a surface and create wetness.
When the aerosol is introduced into a closed space, the droplets remain airborne for a very long time, floating in the air in a random and erratic fashion (Brownian motion).
A continuous supply of aerosol moves the droplets from regions of high concentration of droplets to regions of low concentration, balancing and distributing the droplets homogenously inside the treated space.

food safety
indoor air pollution
Copyright © 2012, Green Clouds Ltd., All rights reserved.