Indirect steaming chambers

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In indirect steaming chambers, hot water or steam from an external source – the user’s boiler, indirectly, through a tubular heater immersed in a stainless steel tub, evaporates water from the tub and thus creates an enough amount of moist steam for steaming. It is a closed heating system, there is no loss of steam or hot water. The condensate formed during steaming is returned to evaporation, while the water in the tub is replenished automatically. The steaming process is more complex, but with minimal water and energy consumption for steaming.


The steaming process is conducted automatically, and the steaming regimes are based on the requirements of users, experience and cooperation with the profession.


  • Steaming all types of freshly cut wood (max 3 days)
  • Steam capacity: from 15-50 m3 net per cycle
  • Working medium: hot water 119/109 C or steam 2.5 bar
  • Standard steam room width: 5/6/7 m
  • Standard steam room depth: 3/4/5 m
  • Stacking height: 3.5 / 4.1 m
  • Steaming chambers can be constructed according to the customer’s request
  • Steaming process guided automatically (PD-01 controller). Each steaming chamber has its own controller
  • Remote monitoring and control on a PC using Nigos Parionica software, via the RS485 communication standard


  • The complete construction of solid aluminum profiles enables high resistance to the roof load (up to 250 kg / m2 of snow) and resistance to wind of 150 km / h
  • Chamber walls are formed of aluminum cassettes AlMg3, connected with stainless steel screws, silicone of high temperature and acid resistance, filled with hard pressed wool 10 cm thick. External sheathing made of sinusoidal sheets with internal ventilation channels
  • Steam heater, distribution and tub are made entirely of stainless steel (inox)
  • The system for automatic control of the water level in the tub uses the most modern electronic level controller with stainless steel probes
  • Self control dumper made of aluminum, allows the pressure to be maintained above 0.2 bar
  • Two probes are used to measure temperature in the steaming chamber. Conducting the steaming process by the average temperature value
  • Possibility of installing equipment and doors in the customer’s masonry building