People who use ironing machines to iron clothes can fin […]
People who use ironing machines to iron clothes can find that ironing clothes using this type of equipment does not require the use of a flat iron as soon as the water is burned and it is necessary to add water again before it can continue to be used. Even some of the larger equipment can be reused for long periods of time.
The use of Garment Steamers does not require frequent water addition. This is an advantage that many users are fully aware of. It can be said that most of the equipment can be used to iron more than 50 pieces of clothes, and the number of pieces of clothing is converted into time, which is about ordinary. Households use this equipment and can add water once a week. In the case where the equipment does not need to add water frequently, on the one hand, it is relatively water-saving, on the other hand, it is relatively more convenient and simple to use, and the operation workload is not increased due to frequent water addition and the ironing efficiency is delayed.
The reason why the hanging steamer in use does not need to frequently add water is related to its working principle and is also related to its structure. From the aspect of working principle, in fact the water vapor used to achieve the purpose of ironing is not like the flat iron which needs to use the high temperature generated during the heating process of the water. The iron floor is at high temperature to achieve the purpose of ironing. The equipment needs to consume relatively less when used.
In addition, the Garment Steamer does not need to be lifted up and used like a flat iron. Therefore, the water tank can be designed to be large and the disposable equipment can be installed at a relatively high level. This can also prevent the equipment from frequently adding water when it is used.