Steam evaporator Vöhringer
Steam evaporators PIF are devices for accelerated heating and humidification of air in steam rooms. Humidification occurs by converting boiling water into steam under the influence of heat from flue gases.
Vöhringer steam vaporizers are double-walled chimneys. Water is poured into the space between the outer and inner walls. When wood is burning, flue gases rise from the firebox into the chimney and heat it up. The water in the PIF boils and turns into steam, which comes out through a special hole.
The steam evaporator "Standard 210mm" is located on the firebox. Water is supplied through a funnel. The PIF is equipped with ducts for steam output to the heater and the steam room. Steam movement can be controlled by moving the valve.