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Thread: Ultrasonic foggers - Whats the purpose?

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    I would tend to think its not the formation of the vapor cavities doing the damage, but a result of the energy released when the cavities violently implode during repressurization. Most times vapor cavitation can be distinguished from psuedo cavitation by the location of the damage being on the high pressure side of the occurance.

    But why your's suffers from this damage and mine dont (regardless of brand Ive used) I dont know.

    fwiw, i only run high quality RODI water in mine....

    off topic, but I show this in class.... always good to get the students interested in cavitation

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    That projectile has some serious energy behind it. The water melon explosion is particularly impressive.

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    if you watch the water bottle closely, you will see the cavities implode after being initially formed.... very nice example.

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