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Hi-Steam Mini-Boiler W/Iron #SVP-24

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$385.00
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Our Commercial Mini boilers and irons. More Steam pressure, faster Ironing.

Hi-Steam SVP-24 Mini-Boiler with Iron heats up in minutes and produces 40 PSI of steam pressure for up to 4 hours with one fill of ordinary tap water. The machine features a heavy-duty stainless steel cabinet that never rusts, a copper chamber with an external heating element that eliminates burn-out, a safety valve with interlock to prevent opening under pressure, 830 W, 15 AMP, 120 volts, a steam pressure gauge and is ETL listed. Comes with a support wire for hose, iron rest, 2 gaskets for water cap and a wooden measuring dip stick. Also includes one year warranty on pressure vessel (MVP005), boiler heating element (MVP004) and iron heating element (MVP010). All other parts under 90 day warranty. Please note: Iron Shoe not included.

Features

  • Can use with tap water
  • Copper chamber with external heating element
  • Safety cap with interlock prevents opening under pressure
  • Includes iron rest, 2 gaskets and a wooden dip stick

Product Specifications

Brand: Hi-Steam
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 10" L x 15" W x 11" H
Material: Various
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Steam is continuously flowing through my iron without the thumswitch being pressed...what can I do? Should I replace the solenoid?
MARTIN P.
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Yes, it's possible that the solenoid valve is worn and not sealing properly. You can replace the solenoid valve, our part nuner is IRN189.
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Why does my self-contained iron leak water?
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If the iron is on but not being used for a short period of time it is suggested that you point the iron away from the garment and press the thumb switch to release any build up of condensate before you begin using it again. Also, there is a steam flow control knob on the top of the boiler that can be adjusted to better regulate the amount of steam emitting from your iron.
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How do I clean the scale and water residue inside my mini-boiler tank?
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Use a solution of 1 part vinegar and 3 parts water. Pour into tank and let sit for 4 to 8 hours. Flush well with water several times if necessary to insure vinegar mixture and any particles are removed from tank before using. Our JIF3 Liquid Cleaner for steamers can also be used but use as directed.
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What can I do if the pressure gauge on my Hi-Steam Boiler is fogging up?
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Try tightening the gauge. If you remove the 3 screws surrounding the gauge, tighten the gauge by turning clockwise until tight, then replacing the screws.
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I just got my Hi-Steam SVP24/MVP35 iron. But I don’t have the hose support wire.
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The hose support wire is often times still in the box, on the bottom.
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I own a Hi-Steam MVP35B unit for my cleaners. The pressure gauge is stuck at about 45psi, it has water in the tank, but not producing any steam. I'd really rather not replace the unit, but if you carry parts for a recommended repair, that's the preferred route for me. Appreciate the help.
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Make sure the unit has enough water in it first. If the pressure gauge is stuck, you may want to replace the gauge. If the boiler is not getting hot, then the heating element for the tank may need to be replaced.
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My mini boiler stopped steaming. I ordered the thermostat, but that did not correct it. The boiler is not getting hot . What part do I need?
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If the boiler is not getting hot, but the unit is turning on, the heating element for the tank may need to be replaced.
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Can you recommend an iron for pressing shirts without all the commercial hookups?
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Either our gravity fed irons, or a mini boiler iron would work. These are self contained, and can be plugged into a standard outlet. The mini boiler irons to provide a more powerful steam than the gravity fed irons do.
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Why does my Hi-Steam self-contained mini boiler iron spit steam when I start to use it.
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If the iron has been sitting for a while and not used we recommend the user press the thumb switch to blow a little steam out before they put it on the garment. You can also adjust the steam flow with the solenoid valve.
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How can you eliminate steam/ jet marks caused by irons?
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An iron shoe diffuser can be used in conjunction with the iron shoe to diffuse the steam better. Or the operator may want to try turning the nut at the base of thumb lever to the right- so that less steam is allowed to come out of the iron.
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