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    Registered User Mkelleher's Avatar
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    CPVC fogger flute system

    I have issues with humidity, like it goes down to 20% 2 hours after misting. So I got a reptifogger, didn't get the mistking like I wanted due to the price( but with the time, work, and money I've put into this, I should have) my first problem was that the fog comes out of one tube and just soaks the area its above, so that didn't work. I got some pvc and set it up so it would come out of 2 places, but that just soaked 2 places. Then I had to get a timer because running it all the time will soak everything and break the machine. The timer I got had a minimum of 30min increments of on/off time. That was too long. Now I have smaller chemical free, drinking water safe cpvc pipes cut and fitted to the top on the tank, I drilled small holes along the pipes so that the fog is evenly distributed around the tank and I got a better timer that I can set to as low as 1min every 3 hours (right now i have it at 15min every 3 hours) now my only issue is that the fog creates water droplets on the inside of the pipes and they block some of the holes. Does anyone know of a way to keep this from happening?

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    Re: CPVC fogger flute system

    The very second I mention having a reptifogger, I got slammed. And I have humidity problems too. But for one reason, or another, everyone decided to slam me for it. Whether it was true, or just to make themselves feel better about themselves. So, I quit using tanks. Switched to racks. Use forest floor bedding. Put the water bowl on top of the heat tape next to the hide. I started out having problems with humidity getting too high. But, made some adjustments, now it stays good. Around 60-65%, and 70-75% when in shed.
    Last edited by Samurai; 04-14-2019 at 12:58 AM.
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