Prodew introduces FogMist

05/23/2012 12:09:00 PM
Pamela Riemenschneider

Marietta, Ga.-based Prodew Inc.’s new FogMist system for fresh produce, meat and seafood displays helps preserve freshness without leaving visible moisture on products.

“Retailers tell us over and over again that the fog-like effect from ultrasonic systems signals freshness to consumers, but the equipment and maintenance costs are unreasonable,” said Itamar Kleinberger, Prodew chairman, in a news release. “We have designed FogMist to provide the cascading fog-like mist that retailers want, at a fraction of the equipment costs and maintenance.”

While the FogMist system is about 25% higher in cost compared to standard misting systems, Kelly O’Brien, international sales manager, said it is about a fourth of the cost of ultrasonic systems used in Europe. FogMist also requires about 1/16 of the water of traditional misting systems.



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Jaycee    
Atlanta  |  May, 23, 2012 at 12:58 PM

How is this news? What a fake PR release that leaves one 'in a fog'. YAWN.

Leah    
Atlanta  |  May, 25, 2012 at 10:55 AM

This is news because never before have there been misting systems with such a fine mist with such a simple, aesthetically appealing, low-maintenance, affordable, and ecologically friendly design. Maybe the PR release doesn't spell it out plainly enough for you.

Peter    
Dallas  |  May, 24, 2012 at 12:29 PM

How cool! I saw this at the FMI show in Dallas and it's quite a step-up from traditional misting. It maintains the humidity level in the case to preserve freshness, looks beautiful, and doesn't get the customer wet. Thanks Prodew!

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