A misting fan is just like a normal fan but it is also similar to a humidifier in that it blows a fine mist into the air rather than just circulate dry air like a normal cooling fan. The mist comes either from a water hose which may be connected to the fan or from a built-in water tank that holds a small amount of water which can be refilled. Just as with other normal fans, misting fans are classified into those that can be used indoors and those that can be used outdoors. Some models go a step further and allow for both indoor and outdoor use. Some models use electricity from a wall power outlet while other use batteries which helps with portability especially if you want to use the same misting fan all over the home. These kinds of fans are used in many applications and there are actually some users who cannot do without them at all!
For example, those who have indoor seedling beds may find that their little plants grow better when they’re in an area which is well humidified instead of a dry zone. For such instances, a misting fan is the best option because it means you can just leave it running without having to keep on supervising the distribution of the mist. The use of such a fan could be the difference between losing a crop of very expensive food stuffs, flowers or fruits. For those who rely solely on such a venture, a fan which produces mist is absolutely indispensable. The same kind of fan may be used to water the plants by increasing how much water it dispenses into the air so that the seedlings can just soak it up through their leaves.
Another instance where a misting fan is also very important is where it is used for health purposes. Some areas of the world are generally very dry during certain seasons or sometimes, all year round. This fan will be beneficial both to the respiratory systems of those living in such conditions and also to their skin. The misting fan can also be used in the hot months of the year to allow for outdoor living by having the fan running during an outdoor garden party or maybe even while working out on the deck, veranda, or patio to prevent heat stroke.