When spraying cellulose into an attic, a nuisance cloud builds up preventing clear visibility. To reduce this cloud, it is necessary to add a small amount of water to the material so that it weighs down the dust. The internal wetting system adds a small amount of moisture. After the cellulose has been sprayed, the top layer of cellulose creates a thin crust that stabilizes the material in the attic. This helps minimize the material from falling into the access hole opening.
When adding an internal wetting system, you will need to minimize the build up of damp fibers in the hose. We accomplish this in two ways: More