The fogging systems have been very useful until the appearance of Dry Steam technology.
It consists essentially in projecting a neutralizing solution (water + product) into the atmosphere in the form of fine drops (<50 µ), which allows them to remain in suspension and can trap the odorous molecules to neutralize them.
High Pressure systems use pumps of about 70 -100 Bar and special nozzles with holes in the order of ø 0.1-0.2mm.
These systems are very sensitive to dusty areas since small dust spots can totally or partially obstruct the nozzle. They are systems that require constant maintenance.