Corrigan's VaporDry(TM) controls humidity using close tolerance machined nozzle technology.

Press Release Summary:

Keeping perishables fresh using a cost effective and simple design, Corrigan VaporDry™ systems prevent water loss and controls humidity levels in large spaces. Easy to install and operate, VaporDry™ systems produce huge volumes of dry fog from a single nozzle with droplet sizes ranging from 2 microns and consistently below 10 microns, which evaporate rapidly and do not wet the floor. The system can offer humidification levels up to condensation.

Original Press Release:

Corrigan's VaporDry(TM) Humidifies Large Warehouse Spaces with Simplicity

Corrigan Corporation, the market leader in produce misting and service case humidity, has launched and is installing VaporDry™ large space humidification systems throughout the United States. “The customer demand and response to this technology is exciting.  Controlling humidity levels in larger spaces really has saved our customers money. Produce shrinkage, bread dough water loss, and cheese aging are a few applications where the savings have been significant,” says Mike Corrigan, Chief Executive Officer. “The simplicity of the design allows our customers to easily implement and operate the system. They no longer have water loss affecting their product quality and profits.” 

VaporDry™ uses a proprietary, patent pending design with close tolerance machined nozzle technology. VaporDry™ produces the largest volume of dry fog from a single nozzle with droplet sizes as small as 2 microns and consistently below 10 microns. Dry fog particles of this size evaporate rapidly before wetting the floor or any surface. The system operates with low air and water pressures, so maintenance costs are minimal. Humidity levels up to condensation are achieved with various control options.


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About Corrigan Corporation:

Corrigan Corporation of America was founded out of necessity. In the late 1970s, Jack Corrigan recognized he was throwing away potential profits at his “Carrot Top” produce market.  His civil engineering background helped him as he devised a method for fresh produce preservation. With patents dating back to 1979, Jack Corrigan is credited with establishing automatic produce misting equipment.

Today his family continues his lead, acquiring to date a total of 8 patents, driven by experience in perishable retailing. Jack’s focus remains as Corrigan continues to manufacture equipment that is practical, reliable and designed to improve profits.


Corrigan offers field service throughout the United States and ships worldwide.


Media Contact:

Eric Ellingson

COO/General Manager    

Corrigan Corporation


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