Originally posted by rally
Some years ago I saw an article in Zoom magazine with a reasonably cost effective WI setup. Julian Edgar came up with the design. I recall that the misters he used were humidifier mister used in the poultry industry. They are brass and reaonably inexpensive, I think. The pump was from a marine application, and was a low volume high pressure unit. I think I have a copy of the article at home somewhere. I will try to remember to have a look when I get home tonight.
I have got the info out, finally.
It was from a dec/jan, issue of Zoom. Not sure the year - I only have a photocopy, and it doesn't include the date, but it would have been a fairly early edition. It's to much to reproduce here. If you still want I can photocopy it and post it off to you. I don't think it will reproduce that well through a fax.
The nozzle was from an agricultural supply place, SF2 or SF3 spraying system nozzle (humidifying nozzle). The pump was a Shurflow, 2088-423-244 Multifixture pressure pump. Pumps at 45 psi. Marine supplier should have it.