Steam humidifiers with immersed electrodes use the conductivity of fresh water to generate steam
by heating water. Between the electrodes integrated in the steam cylinder, steam is generated by an electric current at the immersion electrodes, which heat the water and bring it to boiling
Depending on the amount of water in the cylinder, which comes into contact with the surface of the electrodes and depending on the conductivity of the water, the current strength at the electrodes varies.
The electronic control unit of the EasySteam humidifier is able to measure the current strength and to regulate the amount of water supply via the supply solenoid valve and the water drain via the drain pump.
Proportional operation can be set via the integrated microprocessor control, so that the consumption of water and electricity can be optimized to the lowest energy level depending on the respective moisture requirement.
In addition to its function in the steam generation phase, the drain pump also ensures that the
water is completely emptied from the cylinder when the device is e.g. B. is not used for a long time. This prevents deposits in the form of lime and other particles from building up during the
The humidifiers of the EasySteam series work fully automatically and only need to replace the cylinder if this is necessary due to wear of the electrodes.