TO DETERMINE THE HERRMIDIFIER STEAM CYLINDER YOU NEED
Go to your unit and get the complete model number, voltage and phase off of the unit sticker plate. Now that you are armed with that information, there is a code built into the model numbers of all units which begin with alpha characters (this does not apply to the 6000 series units).
The first few letters of the model number will be the SERIES.
The next group of 4 NUMBERS will be the voltage and phase, (example 4803 is 480 volt 3 phase). Since you wrote down the voltage and phase of the unit from the unit sticker you can compare the decyphered code with the actual voltage and phase.
The final digits will be the steam capacity in pounds per hour, (example 15 would be 15 pounds per hour).
As an example if you had a model ADS480355 you would own an ADS series unit that operates on 480 volt 3 phase power with an output of 55 pounds of steam per hour AND you would need an EST-1002-6-2 steam cylinder.
|SERIES||PHASE||POUNDS PER HOUR||STEAM CYLINDER PART # WITH LINK|
|ADM||1||5 TO 15||EST-416-2|
|ADM||3||5 TO 30||EST-416-3|
|ADS||1||0 TO 50||EST-1002-4-1|
|ADS||3||0 TO 50||EST-1002-6-1|
|ADS||3||55 TO 125||EST-1002-6-2|
|HST||1||0 TO 50||EST-1002-4-1|
|HST||3||0 TO 50||EST-1002-6-1|
|HST||3||55 TO 125||EST-1002-6-2|
|MDD||3||0 TO 250||EST-1002-6-2|
|MDM||1||5 TO 15||EST-416-2|
|MDM||3||5 TO 30||EST-416-3|
|MDS||1||0 TO 50||EST-1002-4-1|
|MDS||3||0 TO 50||EST-1002-6-1|
|MDS||3||55 TO 125||EST-1002-6-2|
|MHST||1||5 TO 15||EST-416-2|
|MHST||3||5 TO 30||EST-416-3|
|MODEL||VOLTAGE||POUNDS PER HOUR||STEAM CYLINDER PART # WITH LINK|