A steam station iron
is a type of iron that features a separate water tank and heating element, which creates steam to help remove wrinkles from fabric. Unlike traditional irons, which rely on the iron's soleplate to generate steam, steam station irons generate steam from the water tank, which is then delivered to the iron's soleplate through a steam hose.
One of the main advantages of steam station irons is their ability to produce a large amount of steam, which can help to remove wrinkles more effectively and quickly than traditional irons. The water tank in a steam station iron is typically larger than the water reservoirs in traditional irons, which allows for longer periods of continuous use without the need to refill.
Another advantage of steam station irons is that they often come with a range of features, such as adjustable steam settings, which allow you to customize the amount of steam that is produced, as well as a range of safety features, such as automatic shut-off and overheat protection, to help ensure safe and efficient use.
When using a steam station iron, it is important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and to use only distilled or demineralized water in the water tank, as hard water can cause buildup and clogging, which can affect the performance of the iron. It is also important to periodically clean the iron to remove any mineral buildup and to maintain its performance.
Soleplate: non-stick/ceramic coating/nano ceramic coating/ titanium coating
lock and carry features
With water empty alarm
Detachable water tank
ECO design mode
De-Cale design, easy to remove the calc accumulated