Many small-scale R&D facilities don’t offer a steam supply. As such, the majority of OMVE’s low-flow-rate systems run on electricity. The exception is aseptic process lines, which are increasingly common and for which low-pressure steam can be helpful for sterilizing the process line.
Direct steam injection is also becoming more and more common. These systems require a steam pressure of up to 8 bar(g).
Because there are very few small-capacity boilers available that offer the high pressure needed to generate culinary steam, OMVE has developed its own small steam boiler, the SG18, which is ideal for use with our HT220 range.
For more information, consult our SG18 product page.
If you require a larger steam boiler, we are more than happy to assist you in selecting the right system.