This is an example of a high pressure aeroponic misting head assembly that you can use inside your totes.
I used reptile misters on my first high pressure aeroponic system but I am planning to update with a different assembly.
They were expensive, although the fittings were excellent quality and worked good. I don’t think you really need all that articulation because the tote will fill evenly with mist without it.
Sometimes the fittings got moved around when I was examining my roots so I wanted to go with fixed fittings this time around. It was overkill on my part and 2 misters with this the new assembly will cost half as much.
Below is a 3/8″ system while the reptile misters run on a 1/4″ system and what I recommend you use instead:
Full information on this misting assembly at:http://aeroponic.net/tefen-misting-nozzles-aeroponic-mister-nozzles/
High Pressure Aeroponic Misting Head Assembly Which One To Use?
It is really your choice. They both work well. Ultimately it depends on whether you want to run 1/4 or 3/8 inch mainlines. If you are planing on running more than one tote the 3/8 is probably the better choice.
Both systems use tefen nozzles so misting performance is the same at any given pressure. You can run a 3/8 mainline and then run 3/8 to 1/4 reducing tees if you want the articulation the reptile misters offer.