Series CEJS allows users to take advantage of lower energy rates during daily or seasonal off-peak periods. The electrode boiler uses the conductive and resistive properties of water to carry electric current, which generates steam. An AC current flows from an electrode of one phase, through neutral, to an electrode of another phase using water at the conductor. Because the water has electrical resistance, this current flow generates heat directly in the water itself. The more current that flows, the more steam produced. Electrodes are vertically mounted around the inside of the pressure vessel, enabling the burner to produce a maximum of steam in minimal floor space.
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