Dragon Agro Products


Aquafog Turbofan Placement and Layout Information

DO: Mount the fan high overhead. Allow room in front and below the fan for the unobstructed propulsion of it's fog. Rule of thumb: the higher the better! But, leave at least three feet from any roofing structures.

DO: Mount the fan at the intake end of a ventilated structure. In structures with mild to no ventilation, propel fog the length of the structure. In large structures, use of an oscillator greatly enhances coverage and circulation.

DON'T: Mount the fan near the ground underneath tables or benches

DON'T: Propel the fog into the wind (direction of airflow).

DON'T: Cramp the fan in tight quarters or skinny aisles.

Average distance coverage capability
XE-500   18 to 38 feet
XE-660   20 to 40 feet
XE-1000   30 to 60 feet
XE-1500   32 to 65 feet
XE-2000   34 to 70 feet


Single fan application

Small Structures

In applications requiring only one fan, mount the fan high, centered along one wall, with fog propelling horizontally along the length of the structure. If there is ventilation, choose the intake end of the structure. Generally, no oscillation is necessary unless the width of the structure is greater than 20'. The best location for automated controls is behind the fan, at an accessible level for easy monitoring.


More than one fan

Large Structures,
Force Ventilation

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In large structures equipped with forced ventilation, the first fan row should be within a few feet of the intake end. The first fan should be:
- centered along the end wall OR
- placed no more than 25' from the side wall, with additional fans in the row equally spaced no farther than 50' apart.
Lengthwise, fans should be equally spaced no farther than 70' apart. All fans should be equipped with oscillation, sweeping 180 in the direction of airflow.


Naturally ventilated structures

Large Structures,
Natural Ventilation

In large structures with natural ventilation, propel fog the length of the structure with the first fan row no more than 30' from the end wall. The first fan should be:
- centered along the end wall OR
- placed no more than 30' from the side wall, with additional fans in the row equally spaced no farther than 60' apart.
Lengthwise, fans should be equally spaced and no farther apart than 60'. All fans should be equipped with oscillation, sweeping 360.


More than one fan

Large Structures, Closed Or Minimum Ventilation

In closed structures with little to no ventilation, propel the fog the length of the structure with the first fan row no more than 40' from the end wall. The first fanshould either be: - centered along the end wall OR
- placed no more than 40' from the side wall, with the additional fans in the row equally spaced no farther than 80' apart.
Lengthwise, fans should be equally spaced and no farther apart than 80'. All fans should be equipped with oscillation, sweeping 360.


Two fans on one control

Operating Two Fans
On One Control

If you are planning to operate two fans on a single control (purchased from the manufacturer), we recommend selecting "Options" when ordering, to request extended water and power lines. Water and power lines should be extended equally, to reach a centrally located control.