The best-known use of misting systems is to lower the temperature in terraces and outdoor restaurants. It is an efficient and an economic way to climatize these spaces for consumer comfort.
The misting or nebulizing cooling procedure consists of dissolving water in air by removing latent heat; in other words, extracting the energy that is released with the change from liquid to gaseous phase (vaporization heat).
When installed on a terrace or in a restaurant, you have to provide enough moisture to get the right volume in order to cool the area, as long as the client on the floor below doesn’t get soaked while taking a coffee.
What will determine a facility as efficient is the balance between supplied water and the alleged decline in temperature.