Big Fogg is providing the misting systems to the Special Olympics World Games at discounted pricing so we can make sure that the participating athletes are kept safe from the heat and at optimum athletic condition.
Temecula, CA & Austin, TX (PRWEB) July 25, 2015
The Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015 (LA2015) has hired Big Fogg, Inc. to provide the outdoor cooling for the 6,500 participating athletes from 165 nations all over world. This will be the first time in 16 years that the World Summer Games are held in the United States. The World Games will be held from July 25 through August 2, 2015 at 27 venues throughout the greater Los Angeles and Southern California area. At the Games, Big Fogg will set up one 14’ Self-Contained Misting Trailer which contains six 24” High-Pressure Misting Fans, a 550-gallon water tank, generators, and a high-pressure misting pump. In addition, Big Fogg will be supplying 20 self-contained Big Fogg Misting Fans, each with water tanks.
Christopher Miehl, President & CEO of Big Fogg said “Big Fogg is honored and proud to part of such an important event. Big Fogg is providing the misting systems to the Special Olympics World Games at discounted pricing so we can make sure that the participating athletes are kept safe from the heat and at optimum athletic condition.”
Big Fogg is used to working large sporting events, including supplying Misting Fans at the 2015 Super Bowl in Phoenix for both the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks. It was the 11th time that Big Fogg has provided Misting Fans at the Super Bowl. Big Fogg has also been engaged for the 2015 NFL Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. It will set-up Misting Fans at the first game of the year between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Minnesota Vikings. In addition, Big Fogg just sold the Denver Broncos a 15’ x 15’ x 11’ High-Pressure Misting Inflatable for their Training Camp.
In Austin, Texas, 2015 was the second consecutive year that Big Fogg provided its Misting Tents and Misting Inflatables at the X-Games located at Circuits of the Americas. Back in March 2015, Big Fogg set up its Misting Fans at the Los Angeles Marathon. Also in August 2015, for the 8th consecutive year Big Fogg will be supplying its Misting Fans at the US Open in New York City for USTA. Same weekend as the Special Olympics, Big Fogg is providing a Misting Trailer, Misting Fans and Inflatable Misters to the Rose Bowl for the Kenny Chesney concert.
About Big Fogg
Big Fogg’s High-Pressure Misting Systems and Misting Fans have been cooling people and places all over the US. Its equipment cools through an evaporation cooling process. Its systems produce a very fine mist that helps relieve the environment of its heat stress. Once the water droplets are released into the hot air, they absorb the heat that is present and the hot air is turned into vapor. The change from liquid to gas creates the cooling effect. High-Pressure Misting Fans can produce even greater cooling effects, which make them more suitable for more expansive and open spaces.
Known for its high level of quality and service, Big Fogg Misting Systems sells and rents its line of misting systems to customers around the world. They can service outdoor cooling, industrial cooling, commercial, residential misting and even heating needs. For example, Big Fogg provided heating systems for both the AFC and NFC Championship games during the 2015 playoffs. Big Fogg’s technical knowledge, experience and broad product line allow it to service a wide range of performance levels and budgets, from local residential needs to those of large domestic and international companies.
Big Fogg has extensive experience in the industrial aspect of high-pressure fogging systems. This includes using them for odor & dust control, humidification, transformer cooling, process cooling and factory worker cooling.
If you have any outdoor heat issues, please contact Big Fogg as its expertise can provide a solution for you. Find more information on Big Fogg’s products and services at http://www.bigfogg.com. Call Big Fogg nationwide at 951-587-2460 or Texas office 512-568-1705.