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Operating principle

When the unit goes on, the inlet valve opens and cylinder fills of water. Water enters the bottom of the boiler and rises until it reaches the high level electrode. The electric current, by applying power to electrodes immersed in water, heats the water to produce steam in response to the humidistat's input signal. The quantity of steam produced is proportional to the electric current, which is proportional to the level of water. Due to evaporation, the water level decreases and gets more conductive meaning that the water has to be replaced. 

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Features

  • Steam production is pure, sterile and free of minerals
  • No risk of contamination by bacteria with anti freeze option
  • Steam output from 5 to 100 Kg/Hrs
  • Can be used with tap, soft, RO and DI water
  • Alpha digital control panel in standard
  • Drived by microprocessor with ON/OFF or proportional control
  • Disposable or cleanable cylinder
  • Plain stainless steel electrodes
  • Recyclable plastic cylinders
  • PC board up to ROHS standard 
  • Front display panel message in case of failure or if cylinder needs to be changed
  • Easy installation and maintenance
  • Accept all common signals

Applications

  • Hospital
  • Office building
  • Industries

Options

Stainless steel manifold

Filling cup platform

BlowerPack fan unit

Remain temperature at 65°C

Weatherproof cabinet for outdoor application

Remote information board

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