Our Mosquito Misting Systems and Installations

mosquito control system installationHow Our Mosquito Misting Systems Work

Mosquitos No More mosquito misting systems apply an ultra-low concentration of pyrethrum into the air two to five times a day. These systems rely upon the spray frequency “knocking down” the mosquito population when the outdoor area is used most often. The mosquito control system installations typically involve at least 3 basic elements:


mosquito control system diagram

Mosquito Misting Systems Installation

Mosquitos No More selects a sealed tank with a clock assembly that holds the chemicals introduced through the nozzles. A timer on the tank works in a manner similar to automatic sprinkler systems and is preset by our Certified Designers to deliver the appropriate amount and frequency of the misting solution to the target area.

A series of sprayers/nozzles installed in an inconspicuous manner along/around the perimeter of the area targeted for mosquito protection, and tubing may be mounted to a structure or buried inside a PVC pipe (to protect it from being dug up by mistake) in the ground that connects the sealed tank assembly with the sprayers and nozzles.

Our mosquito control misting systems are used in both commercial and residential markets to dramatically reduce the presence of mosquitoes, and other flying insects in the containment area. The size of the tank and the number of nozzles required for an installation is dependent upon the size of the area to be protected.

mosquito control systems example in actionOur Mosquito Control Features:


Produce the same mosquito mist every time: Without mixing, the active ingredients in the dilute insecticide tend to settle near the bottom or migrate to the top of the suspension. As a consequence, the concentration of the mix can change from mist cycle to mist cycle. And, in a hot stagnant drum, bacteria growth can compromise the insecticide and clog the filter. Every Mosquitos No More mosquito spray system and backyard insect control system has the ability to agitate the contents to ensure a consistent blend of active ingredients in every mosquito mist.


If your yard service cuts or nicks your system’s tubing or disturbs a fitting on a landscape riser, it is possible for the dilute solution to slowly siphon out of the reservoir and leak, unnoticed, into your yard. That’s why every Mosquitos No More mosquito misting system is designed with a valve that isolates the misting nozzle circuit and prevents such an occurrence.


Unless its been engineered to recognize a leak and shut down, when your mosquito spray system starts up, it will pump dilute insecticide through the cut and not through the nozzles. Both our Gen 1.3 drum and Gen. III+ tankless systems are capable of recognizing a cut line and suspending operation of the unit until the leak can be repaired.


Every Mosquitos No More mosquito misting system has been designed to incorporate an optional wind sensor. The controller is programmed to check the wind speed before each scheduled mosquito mist cycle. It will check the wind every minute for five minutes, and if the wind is above a predetermined speed, the unit will go into hibernation until the next regularly scheduled cycle.


A single mosquito misting unit can power a practical maximum of around 60-70 nozzles. Placed every 12 feet, that translates into around 800 feet of protected perimeter. While that is sufficient for most homes, there are properties that demand many more mosquito misting nozzles. Our zone kit can effectively double the number of nozzles that a single unit can drive. Without it, a large installation would require multiple units.