Stoomgenerator op maat volgens ASME section VIII


Steam generator comply to ASME section VIII

  • Protection against water corrosion. The heating element is never at direct contact with water as it is brazed outside on the steam generator. Brazing is carried out at a temperature between 1050 to and 1100 Celsius in a controlled atmosphere. At this temperature the steam generator – because of high solubility of some elements inside the stainless steel and its quick cooling – is protected against water corrosion, even against distilled water, which is acid as everybody knows.

  • Versatility. Thanks to their small sizes, our steam generators can be used for the most different purposes, such as vacuum systems (for ex. autoclaves).
  • Reduced thermal energy consumption and high performance. The use of thermal energy at not very high temperatures and the small sizes allow to reach operating temperatures in a very short time and with low residual heat at the end of each thermal cycle.
  • Easy inspection and inside cleaning. It is possible to easily inspect and clean the steam generator inside as the heating element is assembled on the outside.
  • Automatic water level control. It is carried out from the outside due to the thermal effect by assembling a simple electromechanical thermostat or an electronic thermo sensor.
  • Control of the thermal exchange efficiency. It is possible to check from the outside – with an electromechanical or electronic warning – the thermal exchange efficiency of the heating element in order to understand if the amount of calcareous deposit on the inside steam generator wall has become excessive, and if a mechanic or chemical action is – manually or automatically – necessary for its removal.
  • Production of dry saturated steam. Our steam generators can easily operate at pressures of 3 bars. These generators produce a steam, that changes in dry saturated steam by passing through special overheating elements and reaching a temperature of 350-400 Celsius. This temperature is easily adjustable by changing the overheating element power.