Installation of pipeline.
- If the generator is installed in a place where it is difficult for the customer to access, the water inlet valve must be easy to access in case of emergencies.
- The electromagnetic valve can endure maximum 0.2MPa water pressure.
To protect the electromagnetic valve from extremely high water pressure, please turn down the inlet slightly or install a water pressure reducer valve.
- Do not install saddle-backed or needle valves on the inlet. Please dredge and clean the pipe before installation.
- No block valve should be installed in the steam pipelines. Strictly no blocked or bent pipes, otherwise it will have a negative affect on the flow of steam and condensate.
The steam pipelines should be installed with a slight angle so that the condensation can flow back to the generator or the outlet jets.
- Steam generators should not be installed outdoors to prevent freezing. The generator should be installed and levelled with the arrow pointing upwards at an easy access place, otherwise do not switch on.
- The steam pipeline must be in copper pipes, all other material such as plastic, acrylic should not be used since they cannot endure 150℃ or higher temperature.
- All inlet and apertures should be sealed to prevent any leakage of steam and to protect the generator and customers.
- Draining water to the steam room from the generators water tank may cause serious scald and damage the steam room.
A separate draining pipe is required to drain water to the drainage.
All inlet water pipes and steam pipelines should be built according to the National Standard (please see Fig. 4) and this should be done before sealing the wall.