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  • How to install box fans and misters in horse stalls

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    05-30-2013, 08:45 PM
Please tell us about the mist line. I'd like to know more.
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    05-31-2013, 01:38 AM
Green Broke
Saddlebag - they are easy . You can use pvc pipe and get the mist connectors, or get the flex / mist lines and the mist heads just poke into the line. We used some you brackets that attached to cross beams , ran a solid line down one of the support poles and hook to a water spigot. Really helps in the 100 degree heat. It can get a bit damp so I would not put them on the inside cross beam but on the outside beam , the wind will carry the mist out into the pen or under the cover . We got ours at either Home depot or lowes.
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    06-02-2013, 01:06 PM
We use one of these misters attached to the eve on the side of the barn. The horses love it when it's hot and humid.

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    06-02-2013, 04:26 PM
Green Broke
Dust and dirt will get into any fan you have...but the main selling point to the box fans is?

You can take them down, and either clean them or toss them without having to hire an electrician or go to major hassle.

That would make my mind up.
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    06-09-2013, 10:52 AM
The riders like the misters also. We have ours in a tree just outside the ring- that has a spray into the ring - they can ride under and stand for a minute or two...

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