Steam Generator Irons
Product Introduction of Steam Generator Irons
A steam generator iron is a type of iron that uses a separate water tank to produce steam, rather than relying on the water in the iron itself. The steam is delivered through a tube to the iron's soleplate and can be adjusted to different levels, providing more powerful and efficient steam that can easily penetrate through thicker fabrics.
One of the main advantages of steam generator irons is their ability to produce continuous and high-pressure steam, which makes ironing quicker and more effective. In addition, they usually have larger water tanks that can hold more water, enabling longer ironing sessions without the need for refilling.
Another benefit of steam generator irons is that they typically have lighter irons, as the bulk of the device's weight is in the water tank and not in the iron itself. This makes the iron easier to handle and reduces wrist strain during the ironing process.
However, steam generator irons tend to be more expensive than regular irons, and their bulkier nature can make storage an issue. Additionally, they require more setup time and maintenance to keep them in good working order.You are welcomed to come to our factory to buy the latest selling, low price, and high-quality Steam Generator Irons.Chichonor® look forward to cooperating with you.
Product Parameter (Specification) of the Steam Generator Irons
· Size: (L)31 X (W)13.2 X (H)16.5 cm
· Weight: 1300 g
· Material: ABS
· Color: Gray, Black
· Available package: Color box or Clamshell
· Rated Voltage: AC220-240V
· Rated Power: 2200W
Steam Generator Irons Feature And Application
Large Water Tank: Steam generator irons usually have larger water tanks than traditional irons, which means you can iron more clothes before needing to refill the tank.
High Steam Pressure: Steam generator irons use a high steam pressure to penetrate fabrics and remove wrinkles and creases which traditional irons may struggle with.
Steam Output: The steam production of steam generator irons is also higher, which means you can iron larger areas of fabric with fewer passes and less time.
Soleplate: Steam generator irons usually come with a non-stick and durable soleplate. The soleplate glides smoothly over fabrics, which makes ironing easier and faster.
Vertical Steaming: Steam generator irons can also be used for vertical steaming, which means you can steam clothes and curtains without removing them from the hangers.
Safety Features: Some steam generator irons have safety features like auto shut off, which turn off the iron after a set period of inactivity or when it falls over.
First, fill the water tank. Find the fill port on the water tank, open it and fill the tank with tap or distilled water. Do not add other liquids to the water tank.
Insert the power plug into the socket and turn on the power switch. Select the steam level you want to use according to the instructions in the instruction manual.
Allow the steam generator to warm up, which usually takes a few minutes. While you wait, you can adjust the iron's temperature as needed.
Place the ironing surface flat on the ironing table. Move the iron to the garment, start ironing and press the steam switch to release steam. When ironing clothes made of different materials, make sure to use the appropriate temperature and steam setting.
After you have finished ironing a portion of the iron, you can place the iron on the ironing table to continue heating. The steam switch can be used at any time during use to release steam.
After ironing, place the iron on the ironing table to cool and turn off the power switch. Keep it in a dry and safe place.