Here’s an example of a Measure the perimeter of the gazebo overhang, here it’s all four sides, on afog system design: patio, measure the three open sides for best cooling results.1) Measure the AreaFor outdoor cooling systems, measure all open sides ofthe area to be cooled. For Mistscaping, place nozzles ingroups of 3 - 5 for a more dramatic effect. Designatethe quantity of nozzles needed. For warehouse coolingor humidification applications, please contact ourTechnical Support Staff at email@example.com) Divide by 10Take the total area measured in step 1 and divide by 10.The result will be the number of 10 foot Kits that areneeded to complete the system. Decide which tubing ispreferred. Fogco offers Flexible Nylon, Rigid Copper, orRigid Stainless Steel. Add any required Mistscaping Kits.3) Choose a Pump For the mistscaping around the waterThe Fogco pump range includes the Promotional Series- 160 to 250 PSI; the Professional Direct Drive Series - feature add 3-5 nozzle clusters with1000 PSI; and the Premium Pulley Drive Series - 1000 1000 PSI for the best fog effect.PSI. Review the capabilities of each pump range todetermine which Series is best suited for the application.See the chart below for PSI and Flow Capacity specifi-cations. Product Order Example:4) Include a Filter Starter Kit 40 ft. patio perimeter = 4 Stainless Steel Tubing Kits (92003)The Fogco Filter Starter Kit is an all inclusive kit contain- 4 fog groupings = 4 Mistscaping Kits (92004)ing all the necessary accessories to connect the pump tothe water supply on the low pressure side and to the 1gpm (gallons per minute) = 1 Premium Pump (92506)fog line on the high pressure side. It is a requirementfor all installations. Do not use the Filter Starter Kit for Filtration & connection = 1 Filter Starter Kit (92000)systems above 3 GPM.Pump Series PSI Flow Rate Nozzle Capacity Kit Capacity Call Customer ServicePromotional - Booster 160 .17 GPM 4 - 16 1-4 for assistance. For larger systems, or if specific designPromotional - Medium 250 .5 GPM 12 - 32 3-8 assistance is needed,Professional - Direct Drive 1000 .5 to 4 GPM 8 - 132 2 - 33 please contact our Technical Support Staff atPremium - Pulley Drive 1000 1 to 5 GPM 16 - 164 4 - 41 firstname.lastname@example.orgSystems above 2 GPM may require ½" feed line.
Mistscaping ® For a unique method of adding fog effects to water features and garden areas, Mistscaping is the solution. Created and developed by Fogco Systems, Inc., Mistscaping allows for the subtle introduction of fog effects into any outdoor applica- tion. Utilizing the Fogco 1000psi pump module and specially designed Mistscaping risers, any standard landscaping project can be transformed into a cool and soothing tropical showcase.• Transforms any landscape These risers are attached to the feed line and placed throughout the land- project into a dramatic tropical scene scaping for an entrancing effect like no other. The special memory tubing• Provides residual cooling used for the risers allows the fog to be direct- throughout the project area ed and controlled for maximum effect. In• Nozzle direction can be addition, as the landscaping matures, the fog precisely adjusted with can be re-directed as necessary. memory feature of the Mistscaping riser tubing The Mistscaping kit is designed to provide for ®• U L rated unit for safe quick and easy installation with Fogcos special slip-lok fitting and reliable outdoor operation design. The system provides for years of quality fog effect and outdoor cool- ®• Provides 1000psi operat ing by combining proven technology and a UL listed ing pressure for maximum pulley pump design. The systems can be used for any residential, commercial, fog and cooling effects or industrial application. Transform your surroundings with Mistscaping by Fogco Systems, Inc.
Cooling Outdoor fog systems have been effectively used in out- door cooling applications for decades. These systems, when properly designed and installed, can provide cooling of out- door temperatures by up to 40 degrees Fahrenheit with virtu- ally no noticeable increase in the relative humidity. Applications will include restaurants, theme parks, hotels and resorts, spectator arenas, tennis courts, golf facilities, boats and RVs, fountains, waterfalls, and patios, etc• Increases comfort level for all By using 1000 PSI, atomizing the water droplets to a size as small as 5 outdoor environments• Drops outdoor temperature microns (5 millionths of a meter) in diameter is possible. At this level, flash up to 40 degrees Fahrenheit evaporation occurs reducing the ambient temperature. This process, known as• Dramatically improves condi Thermal Dynamics, is effective because water tions for cattle, poultry, and hog industries requires energy (600 calories of heat to evapo-• Repels flying insects, pollen, rate 1 gram of water) to evaporate. This energy dust, and airborne particulates exchange results in reduced temperatures.• Drastically reduces energy con- sumption for industrial A/C and The overall effectiveness of the system will depend evaporative cooling units on existing temperature and humidity levels. As the temperature rises• Improves overall efficiencies and working conditions in metal (85 degrees Fahrenheit to 115 degrees Fahrenheit is ideal), and humidity levels forging, refineries, and con drop (above 90% performance is marginal, 40% to 90% performance is good, struction sites below 40% performance is excellent), the systems results can be dramatic. As with any evaporative cooling process, the more moisture evaporated, the greater the cooling results.
Cooling Fans Outdoor environments can be enhanced with the use of a FOGCO Desert Fog 1000 Cooling Fan. These high per- formance units include a 1,000 psi FOGCO System high pres- sure pump module; 11,000 CFM high quality fan with an adjustable tilting head and a 90 degree oscillating capacity; a stainless steel fog ring with up to 12 nozzles, and a 5 micron filter cartridge with housing. The unit can operate as fan only,• A refreshing alternative to fan with fog, or fog only and can provide cooling up to 35 degrees Fahrenheit. heat associated with outdoor activities This will provide a refreshing alternative to the heat associated with outdoor• Provides improved cooling activities including sporting events, restaurants, pools, stadiums, capacity theme parks and golf courses.• Portable or Wall mount units Due to its versatility, the Desert Fog 1000 available Cooling Fan can also provide on-site recovery and• Commercial, Industrial and Agricultural uses hydration from heat exposure associated with firefight-• Stationary or oscillating ing, foundry operations, welding shops, auto racing pit operation areas and warehouses. In addition, the increased airflow• Effective in higher humidity from the unit can improve the cooling capacity for any climates outdoor mist or fog application. For industrial or agricultural needs, the Desert Fog 1000 can stimulate improved productivity and well being for horses, cat- tle, poultry and hogs. The units are also used extensively in greenhouses to boost plant growth and development for commercial growers and nurseries.
Humidification There are many commercial and industrial applications where artificially controlling humidity levels can provide a signifi- cant improvement to the overall operation. By specifically setting and maintaining humidity, temperature, and air exchange standards for the operation, overall profitability is enhanced. For these spe- cific situations, fog systems are the ideal solution.• Ensures proper EMC levels In wine storage applications, increasing the relative humidity can dramatical- ly reduce the evaporation of wine through the oak barrels.• Reduce static electricity One of the keys to improving the operation and the quality of the products produced in the woodworking industry is to properly maintain the Equilibrium• Maintain ideal moisture content Moisture Content (EMC). This is the moisture content within the wood fibers• Maximize product stability where moisture is neither gained nor lost. Maintaining a stable EMC will minimize & handling moisture content changes during servicing. This will effectively eliminate many of the quality issues associated with woodworking.• Reduce incidence of dust fires Paper production and storage facilities also benefit from a controlled environment. Because• Reduce evaporation paper products can readily gain and lose moisture, a constantly controlled humidity level is critical to con- sistent and improved quality in the end product. As with other industries, a typical textile operation can also derive significant benefit from environmental control by use of a FOGCO System. Properly maintained humidity levels, usually between 50% and 65%, will result in improved quality and minimal downtime or rejections. It does this because ideal humidity levels will actually increase the tensile strength of all nat- ural fibers. The enhanced production capacity and reduced waste creates a more profitable textile operation. In addition, static electricity can be removed making the yarn more work- able and controllable and resulting in less yarn separation. It also controls cotton fly and residual airborne lint.
Odor & Dust Fog systems are ideal for eliminating odors associated with solid waste treatment facilities, microbial decomposition of animal waste, and noxious volatile compounds. Some of the more common problems include carbon dioxide, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and methane. Although carbon dioxide and methane are odorless, they can be lethal.ODOR CONTROL The quality components and proper system design of the FOGCO System allow for an efficient and economical delivery system for all odor removal• One of the most effective chemicals. Utilizing a simplistic pressurized water supply, the FOGCO System is far less methods for treatment expensive to operate and maintain than traditional air injection systems. The fog systems of the odors associated with can even be used to economically remove workplace related odors and are designed for organic waste both interior and exterior applications.• Less expensive to operate and From landfills to waste treatment facilities; from stockyards to hog farms, virtually maintain than traditional air any odor problem can be effectively countered with the FOGCO line of high quality fog injection systems products. The FOGCO System is YOUR high quality odor control solution. Fog system applications for odor suppression include :• Helps eliminate hazardous Chemical plants, Solid Waste and Waste Transfer Stations, working conditions Construction Sites and equipment, Landfills and Garbage Dumps, Industrial Odors, Aeration Ponds, Composting Facilities, Poultry and Livestock Facilities, Food ProcessingDUST CONTROL Plants, Refineries, and Paper mills.• Effectively removes breathable In addition to the ability to provide odor neutral- and fugitive dust izing, fog systems have shown to be an effective method for dust suppression, dust abatement, and air filtration. They can also con-• Meets or exceeds the EPA PM trols flies, and suppress odor causing pathogens. 10 standards When properly designed and installed, the FOGCO System produces a high con- centration of 10 micron fog droplets. This size water droplets (10 millionths of a meter in• Components and are UL and CE rated diameter) provide optimum performance for attraction and suppression of PM 10 and smaller dust particles. The systems can effectively remove breathable and fugitive dust sup-• Programmable controllers with pression from .1 to 1000 microns. Dust surrounded by dense fog has little chance to remotely located sensors escape. Because of the high standard of quality and industry experience, FOGCO Systems meet or exceed the EPA PM 10 standards for dust suppression. Applications include; Asbestos Abatement, Coal Dust Suppression, Quarries and Rock Crushing Equipment, Grain Silos, Slag Works, Conveyor Belt Drop Points, and Construction and Land Development Sites
PROMOTIONAL SERIES PUMPS The Fogco Promotional Series pump range includes a 160 PSI Booster Pump and a 250 PSI Medium Pressure Pump. The Medium Pressure Pump utilizes a brass rotary pump design and sealed bear- ings eliminating the need for oil lubrication and requires no maintenance. The Medium Pressure Pump produces up to 250 PSI while providing 1.0 gallons per minute. It is designed for light duty residential applications where price is the pri- mary consideration and the Booster Pump does not provide sufficient flow.MEDIUM PRESSURE PUMP MEDIUM PRESSURE 110V MODEL SPECIFICATIONS Model GPM Nozzle Pressure HP Voltage Amp Dimension Weight• 1/2hp motor 50/60hz Number Capacity Rating Rating 50/60 Hz Rating L x W x H inches Lbs• 250 PSI / 17 Bar 92501 .38 4-24 250psi .5 110V 7.2 14x10x8 inches 32• 3/8” FNPT Connections 92502 .75 24-48 250psi .5 110V 7.2 14x10x8 inches 32• Outdoor rated vented enclosure 92503 1.1 48-72 250psi .5 110V 7.2 14x10x8 inches 32• Brass rotary pump• Preset by-pass regulator valve MEDIUM PRESSURE 220V MODEL SPECIFICATIONS• Electro-galvinized enclosure Model LPM Nozzle Pressure HP Voltage Amp Dimension Weight• Quiet operation Number Capacity Rating Rating 50/60 Hz Rating L x W x H inches Lbs• Durable powder coat finish 92924 1.4 4-24 250psi .5 220V 3.6 14x10x8 inches 32• Solenoid valve 92925 2.8 24-48 250psi .5 220V 3.6 14x10x8 inches 32• 6 ft/1.8m power cord 92926 4.1 48-72 250psi .5 220V 3.6 14x10x8 inches 32• On/off switch• One year warranty The Booster Pump is both CE certified and listed in Underwriters Laboratory (UL) Motor Operated Water Pump classification. The Booster Pump utilizes a diaphram style pump with sealed bearings and can produce up to 160 PSI while providing up to 10 gallons per hour. It is designed for smaller residential misting applications when price is the primary consideration.Booster Pump• UL listed & CE certified BOOSTER 50/60HZ MODEL SPECIFICATIONS• Outdoor rated Model GPM Nozzle Pressure Voltage Dimension Weight• Wall mount enclosure Number Capacity Rating L x W x H inches lbs• Quiet diaphragm pump 92512 0.18 15 160psi 110V 13x7x4 14• 12V, 110V and 220V versions 92504 0.18 15 160psi 12VDC 7.5x3.5x4 5.2• 160 PSI / 11 Bar 92532 0.18 15 160psi 220V 13x7x4 14• 3/8" Slip-Lok connections• Built in safety bypass• 6 ft/1.8m power supply cord• Patented• Uses only 40 watts• 145 degree thermal overload• On/off switch UL ®• One year warranty LISTED CERTIFIED 110V 12V DC BOOSTER PUMP BOOSTER PUMP w w w. f o g c o . c o m
1 PRE-PACKED KITS The Fogco Pre-Packed Kits are designed to provide for ultimate convenience in ordering, stocking, and selling of a Fogco system and simplify the system planning and installation process. The kits include a Filter Starter pack; a 10 foot Nylon, Copper, or Stainless Steel tubing packs; and a 5 nozzle Mistscaping pack. FILTER STARTER KIT #92000 GO TO FILTERS Qty Part No. Description Size 1 10103 Nozzle Cleaner 8oz. 1 92544 Hose adapter Hose x ½" NPT fitting 1 92608 Filter cartridge 1 92609 Filter housing 1 92700 nylon tubing 50 roll 1 92630 Slip-lok T nozzle fitting 1 92706 Slip-lok end plug 1 92707 Slip-lok male adapter 3/8” x 3/8”NPT 1 92854 Slip-lok male adapter ½" x 3/8”NPT 3 92855 Slip-lok male adapter ½" x 1/2”NPT 5 92714 Insulated tubing clamp 1 92822 Compression union tee 2 92823 Compression union elbow 1 92834 Compression union cap 10’ 92853 ½" low pressure tubing 2 93503 Automatic drain valve 5 NOZZLE MISTSCAPING KIT #92004 GO TO MISTSCAPING Qty Part No. Description 1 92706 Slip-lok end plug 5 93225 Mistscaping riser assembly 5 93512 .012 nozzle 10 NYLON KIT #92001 GO TO FLEXIBLE TUBING, SLIP LOK Qty Part No. Description 4 92630 Slip-lok T nozzle fitting 8 92714 Insulated tubing clamps 4 92713 30" section of nylon tubing 4 93512 .012 nozzle 10 COPPER KIT #92002 GO TO COPPER TUBING & FITTINGS Qty Part No. Description 8 92714 Insulated tubing clamps 1 92820 Compression union fitting 1 92963 10 prefabricated copper line with 30" nozzle spacing 4 93512 .012 nozzle 10 STAINLESS STEEL KIT #92003 GO TO SS TUBING, FITTINGS Qty Part No. Description 8 92714 Insulated tubing clamps 1 92820 Double-ferruled compression union fitting 1 93081 10 prefabricated stainless line with 30" nozzle spacing 4 93512 .012 nozzle
Safety Instructions OpSsaerating InstructionsRead all labels and instructions before beginning installation. Check local codes to ensure complianceand always use a licensed contractor for water and electrical hook-ups. Use proper safety equipmentduring service work. All pump repair and replacement service work must be done by a FactoryAuthorized Service Center or a Factory Authorized Contractor. Contact Customer Service for moreinformation.Water and Power SupplyAlways use fresh, potable water to supply the system. Do not use water that has not been properly tested ortreated for bacteria, contaminants, etc. Completely drain the system after each use.The pump must be grounded. In the event of a malfunction or breakdown, grounding will reduce the risk ofelectric shock by providing a path of least resistance for the electric current.The pump is equipped with a cord having a ground conductor and must be plugged into or wired directlyinto an appropriate outlet that is installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances.Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock.To reduce the risk of electric shock, install with all electrical components above grade level and always unplugthe electric plug before beginning any service work to the pump. Check with a qualified electrician if you arein doubt whether the pump is properly grounded.Pump Operation __Pumps are non-submersible and rated for a maximum operating pressure (See specifications). The unloadervalve on all Premium and Professional Pumps is set from the factory and SHOULD NOT EXCEED 1000PSI/70 Bar. Changing the pressure output on the pump may create a dangerous situation and will void anyFogco warranties. All pumps have been evaluated for use with water only. Do not use with flammableliquids.Never power the Premium Series pumps while the cover is removed. All pump repair and replacementservice work must be performed by a Factory Authorized Service Center or a Factory Authorized Contractor.
Installation InstructionsUseful Tips1) The fog line should be placed around the perimeter of the area to be cooled. This forms a fogcurtain, a cooling barrier between the protected area and the outside heat.2) Standard nozzle spacing is 30”, but can be reduced or increased as desired. Mounting heightsand climate will impact the nozzle spacing.3) Install the auto drain valve in an area that can accept excess water. Make sure the valve is atthe low point in the supply line to ensure that all water drains from the system. In some cases, itmay be necessary to add an additional auto drain valve to the fog line or at the pump location.4) The pump should be located as close to the water source as possible. It will require an outlet ona dedicated circuit with a breaker rated at 1.5 times the pumps full-load amp draw.5) Use Fogco high pressure nylon feed line to get the water from the pump to the area where thesystem will be mounted.6) Read all labels and instructions before beginning installation. Check local codes to ensurecompliance and always use a licensed contractor for water and electrical hook-ups. Useproper safety equipment during service work. All system repairs or maintenance must bedone by a Fogco Authorized Contractor. Contact Customer Service for more information.Fog Line Assembly and InstallationFog line assembly – Measure the outer perimeter of the area to be cooled. This is the total lengthof fog line you will need to assemble. Make sure you are providing fog for all open sides of thepatio or area to be cooled.Measure the height from the ground to where the mist line will be installed. Using the tablebelow, determine the suggested nozzle spacing. This is a recommendation only. Ideal nozzlespacing is dependent on local conditions and could vary widely.Mounting Height Recommended Nozzle Spacing8 feet – 10 feet/2.4m to 3.0m 30 inch/76cm10 feet – 12 feet/3.0m to 3.6m 24 inch/60cmFor Mistscaping® applications, place the nozzles close together within the landscaping in thegeneral area where cooling and special effects are desired. For more information, visit our websiteat www.fogco.com.
Slip-Lok Nylon System – Assemble the fog line by pushing the end of the pre-cut lengths of tubing into the Slip-Lok fitting. Continue until the required length of fog line is assembled. Copper System – Assemble the fog line by soldering Fogco 10’ prefabricated lengths together. Custom projects may require fabrication of the copper lines on site. Double ferruled compression fittings can be used to simplify the installation. Stainless Steel System – Assemble the fog line using brass or stainless steel double ferruled compression fittings. The stainless steel tubing can be bent around corners for a clean profiled installation. Compression fittings are available in all necessary fitting configurations.Ending the system – For Slip-Lok systems, insert the scored side of the end-plug into the end ofthe last Slip-Lok fitting. For copper or stainless steel systems, use a compression cap fitting.Mounting the fog line – Mount the fog line on the bottom of the supporting structure around theperimeter of the patio area using insulated wrap-around clamps. Secure the line with screws (useanchor inserts and screws for masonry installations) approximately 4 inches/10cm on either side ofeach nozzle fitting. For Slip-Lok systems, make sure the clamps are only loosely attached. Thesewill be secured after the pump has been tested and the system has been pressurized. Point thethreaded opening in the fog line straight down or 45 degrees below horizontal. This can beadjusted as needed by rotating the individual fitting or the entire fog line. The first nozzle shouldbegin at least 24 inches/60cm from any structure.Installing the High Pressure feed line – Using a 3/8” compression fitting (92820), connect thenylon feed line (92700) to the mounted fog line. For Slip-Lok systems, no compression fitting isneeded. Simply push the feed line into the first Slip-Lok fitting on the mounted fog line. Run thefeed line tubing over to the pump location securing as necessary with the insulated clamps.Connecting to the pump – Thread a 3/8” male adapter (92707) into the threaded fitting marked‘Outlet’ on the side of the pump. Make sure the end of the nylon feed line (92700) is cut straight.Insert the end of the tubing into the Slip-Lok fitting (92707). Keep any excess tubing coiled at thepump location to help absorb vibration.Connecting to the water supply –It is recommended that the Fogco Filter Starter Pack be used forconnecting all pumps up to 5 GPM / 19 LPM to the water supply. Larger pump will require the useof different fittings and tubing large enough to provide the needed water flow. 1. Thread the ½” male adapter (92854) into the fitting marked ‘Inlet’ on the side of the pump. This is where the ½” low pressure feed line will be inserted. Create a hose adapter assembly by threading the Slip-Lok x male adapter fitting (92855) into the hose adapter (92544) fitting. Use Teflon tape and tighten securely to prevent any leaking. Insert one end of the Fogco ½” LP tubing (92853) into the Slip-Lok side of this assembly. Thread the hose adapter assembly onto a standard hose spigot. Do not connect the other end of the tubing to the Slip-Lok fitting on the pump until after the filter has been flushed. 2. Cut the ½” low pressure tubing to allow for inserting of the sediment or polyphosphate canister filter. The tubing should be cut at a location that allows for proper mounting of the filter housing. Thread the Slip-Lok fittings (92855) into either side of the filter housing. Insert the ends of the cut ½” feed line into the fittings. Turn on the water supply and flush the cartridge for 30 seconds to remove any debris or sediment. Connect the open end of the ½ feed line tubing to the Slip-Lok fitting marked ‘Inlet’ on the pump.
Inserting the Auto Drain Valve – The auto drain valve should be inserted at the lowest pointbetween the pump and the fog line. It should be as close to the pump as possible. This valve willrelease water each time the system is turned on and off so make sure it is located in an area thatcan accept water run-off. The valve will allow the system to be fully drained and thereby reducecalcium build up from plugging the nozzles. In some cases, it may be necessary to install an autodrain valve on the end of the fog line to allow for two different drainage points for the system.Install the drain valve by cutting the 3/8” nylon high pressure feed line at the best location (seenotes above) and inserting a Slip-Lok T (92630). Thread the drain valve into the threaded openingon the side of the T. The auto drain valve uses the same thread size as the fog nozzles so a secondauto drain valve can be inserted into any nozzle position on the fog line.Flush the system – Once all connections have been made (See Starter Kit – Part # 92000 - andTubing Kit instructions for additional detail), you are now ready to flush the fog line. Turn on thewater supply and the pump and let it run for 30 seconds. Once flushed, turn off the pump andthread the nozzles into each nozzle fitting on the fog line.The Premium and Professional pump range includes an electric solenoid valve mounted to thepump. This valve will open and close as the pump is turned on and off eliminating the need to turnthe water supply off seperately. The water supply should be left on. Only turn the water supplyoff if the feed line will be disconnected from the pump or if the filter cartridges are being replaced.Completing the installation (For Slip-Lok systems only) – While the system is operating, checkto ensure that each section of tubing is fully inserted into each Slip-Lok fitting on the system andthat there are no leaks.If there are any leaks, remove the clamps, unassemble the fitting from the tubing and re-assembleensuring that the tubing has been fully inserted into the fitting (approx. 7/8" of an inch).Let the system operate for a few minutes. You will notice that the tubing will begin to sagbetween the clamps. This is normal and is a result of the fittings expanding and locking in place onthe tubing. Turn off the pump. Go to the end of the system and begin tightening each clampwhile pulling the tubing to remove any sagging. Continue until all the clamps are secure. Thesystem installation is now complete.
Operating InstructionsRead all labels and instructions before beginning installation. Check local codes to ensure compliance and alwaysuse a licensed contractor for water and electrical hook-ups. Use proper safety equipment during service work. Allpump repair and replacement service work must be done by a Factory Authorized Service center or a FactoryAuthorized Contractor. Contact Customer Service for more information.Equipment UseThe Fogco pumps are designed for use with the appropriately rated tubing and fittings to create a fog systemfor outdoor cooling, humidification, dust and odor control, fire suppression, and mistscaping. The pumpsshould never be operated above their rated pressure or for applications beyond those provided by Fogco. AllSafety Instructions and Installation Instructions should be followed to ensure safe operation of theequipment.Operation of the PumpThe pump should be installed above top grade level on a solid foundation. It should be in a cool, dry locationwith easy access to water and power. It should be located near a drain.If the system will be used in freezing conditions, the pump should be located in a place where thetemperature can be maintained and all water lines should be drained after each use.It is recommended that the power supply to the pump be a dedicated circuit with a breaker capable of 1.5times the rated full-load amps of the pump.The water supply should be a constant and should provide 2 times the pumps rated flow with theappropriately sized feed line as prescribed in the Installation Instructions.Before starting the Premium and Professional Series pumps, replace the red shipping cap with the yellowdipstick supplied with the pump. Check the oil level with the dipstick and the sight gauge. The proper levelis ½ full on the sight gauge.Check the belt tension on all pulley driven units to insure the belt is tight (no more than ½” deflect). See theMaintenance Instructions for details on adjusting the belt tension.Water filtration is required for every pump. A Fogco Filter Starter Kit is recommended for pumps up to5 GPM. Larger pumps will require specific components including the appropriately sized low pressure feedline and filter cartridge and canister. When installing the filter, flush for thirty seconds before connecting tothe pump. Replace cartridges annually.When connecting the pump directly to any rigid line, always install a flexible tubing or discharge hose on thepump. This will reduce the vibration transferred from the pump to the rigid tubing.The On/Off switch for the Premium Series pump is a 2 position switch and is located on the opposite side ofthe cover containing the inlet fitting, the outlet fitting, and the pressure gauge. The switch for theProfessional Series Pulley Driven pump is a toggle switch located on the pump housing. The switch for theProfessional Series Direct Drive pump is a toggle switch located on the motor housing.The switch for the Premium, the Professional, and the Promotional Series medium pressure pump controls theelectric and the water supply to the pump. Turning the switch on will allow the electricity to power the unit andwill also open the solenoid valve located on the pump thereby allowing the water to flow through the pump andinto the fog system. This solenoid valve eliminates the need for turning the water supply on or off. The watersupply should be constant.
Operation of the SystemThe nozzles and the auto drain valve may periodically become clogged due to minerals in the water. Ifnecessary, remove them from the system and soak in Fogco Nozzle Cleaner for 30 minutes.Always remove the nozzles and auto drain valve from the system during the winter months or if the system willnot be used for a prolonged period of time. Flush the system before re-installing. Always drain the water fromthe pump if there is a danger of freezing.The Slip-Lok system can be dis-assembled if replacement of the tubing or a fitting is required. To remove thetubing, place an open-end wrench over the tubing and slide it until it is against the fitting. Pull the tubing awayfrom the fitting. Always cut the end of the tubing to obtain a clean edge before re-inserting.If a leak develops at the point where the nozzle threads into a fitting, check to see that the o-ring is present andis not cut or torn. Replace the o-ring if necessary and re-insert the nozzle into the system. Never removenozzles while the system is under pressure.The Premium Series Pumps and Booster Pump have been tested by Underwriters Laboratory and ConsultantsEurope and are UL Listed and CE certified. For additional information about this and other Fogco Systems, Inc.products, visit our website at www.fogco.com.Data Tables and DiagramsThe following Electrical Data and Specifications tables; the pump diagram and Replacement Parts Table, andthe pump wiring diagrams provide detailed information regarding the Premium, Professional, and PromotionalSeries pumps. Additional information is available upon request from our Customer Service department Premium Series Electric Data and Specifications Pump Model Size Motor Volts / Full Load Dimensions Weight 60 Hz GPM HP Unit RPM Phase Amps Inches Lbs 92506 1 1 490 110-1 12.6 26 x 16 x 12 110 92676 1 1 490 220-1 6.3 26 x 16 x 12 110 92511 2 1.5 930 110-1 15 26 x 16 x 12 118 92677 2 1.5 930 220-1 7.8 26 x 16 x 12 118 92531 3 3 1475 220-1 13.5 26 x 16 x 12 130 92540 4 5 930 220-1 23 36 x 19 x 15 250 92550 5 5 1360 220-1 23 36 x 19 x 15 250 Pump Model Size Motor Unit Volts Full Load Dimensions Weight 50 Hz LPM HP RPM Phase Amps Centimeters Kg 92541 4 1 580 220-1 6.8 66 x 41 x 30 50 92542 8 1.5 1015 220-1 11.5 66 x 41 x 30 54 92543 12 2 1530 220-1 12 66 x 41 x 30 59 92673 15 5 1125 220-1 22 94 x 50 x 39 113 92674 19 5 1050 220-1 22 94 x 50 x 39 113 All pumps specified for pressure output of 1000 PSI / 70 BAR. Feed line inlet pressure should not exceed 100 PSI / 7 BAR Pump options include the addition of a thermal relief valve, electric drain valve, low water safety switch, and special voltage motors. Contact our Customer Service Department for special builds and for Specifications on pumps larger than 5 GPM / 19 LPM
Professional Series Pulley Driven Electric Data and Specifications Pump Unit Model Size Motor Volts - Full Load Dimensions Weight RPM 60 Hz GPM HP Phase Amps Inches Lbs 99100 1 1 490 110-1 14 21 x 16 x 11 92 99120 1 1 490 220-1 7 21 x 16 x 11 92 99200 2 1.5 930 110-1 21 21 x 16 x 11 100 99220 2 1.5 930 220-1 10.5 21 x 16 x 11 100 99300 3 3 1475 220-1 17 21 x 16 x 11 112 Pump Model Size Motor Volts - Full Load Dimensions Weight 50 Hz LPM HP Phase Amps Centimeters Kg 98400 4 1 580 220-1 6.5 53 x 40 x 28 41 98800 8 1.5 1015 220-1 11.5 53 x 40 x 28 45 98120 12 2 1530 220-1 12 53 x 40 x 28 49All pumps specified for maximum pressure output of 1000 PSI / 70 BAR. Feed line inlet pressure should not exceed 100 PSI / 7 BAR Pump options include the addition of a Thermal Relief Valve, Electric Drain Valve, Low Water Safety Switch, and special voltage motors. Call Customer Service for specifications and pricing. Professional Series Direct Drive Electric Data and Specifications Pump Model Size Motor Volts / Full Load Dimensions Weight 60 Hz GPM HP Phase Amps Inches Lbs 92683.OV ½ ½ 110-1 7.7 8 x 22 x 10 55 92505.OV 1.05 ¾ 110-1 11.2 8 x 22 x 10 60 92510.OV 2.1 1½ 110-1 18 8 x 22 x 10 65 92510.0V.220 2.1 1½ 220-1 9 8 x 22 x 10 65 93089.OV 2.8 2 220-1 10.5 8 x 22 x 10 75 93090.OV 3.8 3 220-1 17 8 x 26 x 12 75 93598.OV 5.5 5 220-1 19.8 8 x 28 x 12 85 Pump Model Size Motor Volts Full Load Dimensions Weight 50 Hz LPM HP Phase Amps Centimeters Kg 92921.OV 1.5 ½ 220-1 4.1 20 x 56 x 25 25 92521.OV 4.5 1 220-1 6.4 20 x 56 x 25 27 92549.OV 8.9 2 220-1 10.7 20 x 56 x 25 29 93595.OV 11.1 2 220-1 10.7 20 x 56 x 25 34 93596.OV 17.4 5 220-1 20.5 20 x 66 x 30 38All pumps specified for maximum pressure output of 1000 PSI / 70 BAR. Feed line inlet pressure should not exceed 100 PSI / 7 BAR Pump options include the addition of a Thermal Relief Valve, Electric Drain Valve, Low Water Safety Switch, and special voltage motors. Call Customer Service for specifications and pricing.
Promotional Series Electric Data and SpecificationsPump Model Description Size Motor Volts / Full Load Dimensions Weight 60 Hz GPM HP Phase Amps Inches Lbs 92504 160 PSI Booster Pump .18 1/20 12 AC .18 9x5x3 11 92512 160 PSI Booster Pump .18 1/20 110-1 .18 15 x 7 x 4 22 92532 160 PSI Booster Pump .18 1/20 220-1 .18 15 x 7 x 4 22 92501 250 PSI Medium Pressure Pump .38 ½ 110-1 7.2 14 x 10 x 8 32 92502 250 PSI Medium Pressure Pump .75 ½ 110-1 7.2 14 x 10 x 8 32 92503 250 PSI Medium Pressure Pump 1.1 ½ 110-1 7.2 14 x 10 x 8 32Pump Model Description Size Motor Volts Full Load Dimensions Weight 50 Hz LPM HP Phase Amps Centimeters Kg 92532 11 BAR Booster Pump .65 1/20 220-1 .18 38 x 18 x 10 10 92924 18 BAR Medium Pressure Pump 1.4 ½ 220-1 3.6 36 x 25 x 20 12 92925 18 BAR Medium Pressure Pump 2.8 ½ 220-1 3.6 36 x 25 x 20 12 92926 18 BAR Medium Pressure Pump 4.1 ½ 220-1 3.6 36 x 25 x 20 12
Premium Series Pump Replacement Parts Bare Pump (1) Drive Belt (9) Pump Valves Vented Oil Cap Motor Pulley (11) Pump Pulley (12) Exhaust Fan (10) Unloader Valve (4) Pressure Gauge (5) Solenoid Valve (3) On/Off Switch (7) Power Cord (8) Electric Motor (2) Drain Hose Reference # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Bare Electric Solenoid Unloader Pressure Rubber On/Off Power Drive Exhaust Motor Pump Pump Motor Valve Valve Gauge Feet Switch Cord Belt Fan Pulley Pulley 92506 92508 93170 93082 93521 93108 93102 93109 93174 93173 N/A 93171 93172 92676 92508 93170 92596 93521 93108 93102 93109 93153 93173 N/A 93171 93172 92511 92508 93175 93082 93521 93108 93102 93109 93178 93110 92995 93176 93177Pump Model # 92677 92508 93175 92596 93521 93108 93102 93109 93153 93110 93148 93176 93177 92531 92508 93103 92596 93521 93108 93102 93109 93153 93110 93148 93105 93107 92540 93586 92858 93233 93521 93108 93102 93109 N/A 93236 93148 92943 93177 92550 93586 92858 93233 93521 93108 93102 93109 N/A 94114 93148 92943 93588 92541 92508 92933 92596 93521 93108 93102 93109 93153 93110 93148 92782 93304 92542 92508 93221 92596 93521 93108 93102 93109 93153 93173 93148 92781 93177 92543 92508 93220 92596 93521 93108 93102 93109 93153 93110 93148 93176 93177 92673 93586 93224 93233 93521 93108 93102 93109 N/A 94114 93148 92943 93588 92674 93586 93224 93233 93521 93108 93102 93109 N/A 93057 93148 All pumps specified for pressure output of 1000 PSI / 70 BAR. Feed line inlet pressure should not exceed 100 PSI / 7 BAR Pump options include the addition of a thermal relief valve, electric drain valve, low water safety switch, and special voltage motors. Contact our Customer Service Department for special builds and for Specifications on pumps larger than 5 GPM / 19 LPM
Professional Series Direct Drive Pump Replacement Parts On/Off Switch (7) Pressure Gauge (5) Unloader Valve (4) Power Cord (8) Bare Pump (1)Solenoid Valve (3) Electric Motor (2) Rubber Feet (6) Reference # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Bare Electric Solenoid Unloader Pressure Rubber On/Off Power Pump Motor Valve Valve Gauge Feet Switch Cord 92683.OV 92931 92785 93082 93521 93585 93183 93190 93174 92505.OV 92783 92785 93082 93521 93585 93183 93190 93174 92510.OV 92784 92786 93082 93521 93585 93183 93190 93174 Pump Model # 93089.OV 93533 93538 92596 93521 93585 93183 93190 93153 93090.OV 93563 93539 93233 93521 93585 93183 93190 93153 93598.OV 93564 93540 93233 93521 93585 93183 93190 93153 92921.OV 92931 93593 92596 93521 93585 93183 93190 93153 92521.OV 93533 92672 92596 93521 93585 93183 93190 93153 92549.OV 93533 92670 92596 93521 93585 93183 93190 93153 93595.OV 93565 92670 92596 93521 93585 93183 93190 93153 All pumps specified for pressure output of 1000 PSI / 70 BAR. Feed line inlet pressure should not exceed 100 PSI / 7 BAR Pump options include the addition of a thermal relief valve, electric drain valve, low water safety switch, and special voltage motors. Contact our Customer Service Department for special builds and for Specifications on pumps larger than 5 GPM / 19 LPM
Maintenance InstructionsRead all labels and instructions before beginning installation. Check local codes to ensure complianceand always use a licensed contractor for water and electrical hook-ups. Use proper safety equipmentduring service work. All pump repair and replacement service work must be done by a FactoryAuthorized Service center or a Factory Authorized Contractor. Contact Customer Service for moreinformation.Changing Pump Oil (Premium & Professional Series only) __________ ___1. Run pump for 30 minutes prior to changing the pump oil. This will warm the pump allowing the oil to flow better when draining from the pump.2. To avoid electrical shock, always disconnect the plug before removing the pump cover.3. Remove the yellow breather cap located on the topside of the pump head.4. Locate the oil drain hose or plug on the bottom side of the pump, remove the drain cap and drain the oil into a container. Dispose of the used oil at a proper oil disposal facility.5. After draining is completed, replace drain cap and fill pump with FOGCO Pump Oil 93222. You may substitute Mobil 60018-9 or Chevron 232105. The pump will take 15 ounces. Oil will show ½ full in sight window when pump is full.6. Replace breather cap (hand tight) and pump cover.7. The pump oil should be changed every 500 hours of operation.External Water Filter Inspection1. Shut down water supply to pump before inspecting the filter element.2. To insure the long life of the pump the external filter element needs to be inspected and/or replaced every 6 months or as needed. The time in between replacements will vary depending on the use of the system and the condition of the water.Drive Belt Inspection (Premium & Professional Series only)Whenever changing the oil, check the belt tension and inspect for cracks or abnormal wearing.The belt should deflect ½”or less. If the belt has more than ½”deflect, loosen the mounting bolts for themotor and slide the motor away from the pump to create the necessary tension. Tighten motor-mountingbolts securely.Fog SystemThe nozzles, anti-drip valve, and auto drain valves should be inspected twice a year to ensure properperformance. If mineral deposits affect the operation of these items, the component should be removedfrom the system and cleaned using the Fogco Nozzle Cleaner. If cleaning does not improve the performance,the components should be replaced.Pump Component ReplacementFogco pumps are engineered and built to exacting specifications. Fogco Premium and Booster pumps areengineered and built to exacting specifications based on independent testing and evaluation by UnderwritersLaboratory (UL). To maintain the integrity of the pump, all repair or replacement of components must becompleted by a Fogco Authorized Factory Service Center or a Fogco Authorized Contractor. Contact ourCustomer Service Department for more information.
System TroubleshootingProblem Cause RemedyPump runs normally but does This problem can be a result of several different factors. It will usually be caused bynot achieve full pressure a lack of sufficient back pressure on the pump to achieve the rated PSI output. Pump is sucking air through Verify all hoses and fittings are airtight. the inlet side and is unable to pressurize. There is a leak in the line on discharge Inspect all nozzles, lines, and fittings side of the pump preventing sufficient for water leaks. back pressure to achieve the rated PSI. There is insufficient supply of Check the flow of the water supply. water to the pump. It should be twice the rated flow of the pump. Check to make sure there are no restrictions to water supply. The unloader valve is not properly Contact the factory for adjustment adjusted or is malfunctioning. procedure. The pump has worn piston packing and Check and replace. Contact the factory is unable to build pressure. For specific instruction. The filter has a dirty cartridge and is Check and replace. restricting the water flow to the pump. Valves are worn or dirty. Check, clean or replace.Water continues to run thru There is contaminant lodged in the Disassemble the solenoid valve andthe system after the pump is solenoid valve or the valve is remove any foreign matter. Contactturned off. malfunctioning. the factory for further instruction if cleaning does not correct the problem.The pump stops running. The circuit has overloaded Confirm a properly sized dedicated circuit breaker and correct voltage. The thermal overload in the pump’s Let the pump cool down and reset the motor has tripped. thermal relief switch. If the problem persists, contact the factory.There is an oil leak The drain plug is loose. Check and tighten drain plug. The yellow dipstick is loose. Check and tighten dipstick hand tight. The pumps oil seals worn. Check and replace.My pump is pulsating. The pump’s valves are worn, dirty Check, clean, or replace. or stuck. The pump is sucking air. Verify hoses and fittings are airtight. The pump has worn piston packing. Check and replace. Contact the factory for specific instructions. The pump has a dirty filter cartridge. Check and replace.
My pump is pulsating. The pump is not receiving sufficient Verify water flow and increase as(Continued) water supply. necessary. The incoming water pressure is too Install a pressure reducer on the feed line. high The incoming water pressure should not exceed 100 PSI. The system flow is too low for the Increase the system flow or reduce the rated pump flow. pump size or pressure output. The unloader valve is malfunctioning Replace as necessaryWater is leaking from under The piston packing is worn. Check and replace.the pump. The pump has a cracked plunger. Check and replace. The piston guide O-rings are worn. Check and replace. The piston retainer is worn. Check and replace. The feed line going into the pump Check and replace is cracked or loose. The solenoid valve is leaking or Check and repair or replace as is malfunctioning. necessary The pressure gauge is leaking. Check and repair or replace as necessary.There is water in the oil. You have high humidity in the air. Increase oil change intervals. Piston packing and oil seals are worn. Check and replace.Pump is excessively noisy. Pump is sucking air. Verify hoses and fittings are airtight. The pump valves dirty or worn. Check, clean or replace. The pumps bearings are worn. Check and replace if necessary. There is a dirty filter that is Check and replace. restricting the water supply to the pump.
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