An iron with steam generator, also known as a steam generator, consists of two components: the iron itself and the steam generator. Unlike conventional irons, the iron of a steam generator does not have a water tank. Instead, it is connected to the steam generator via a flexible hose. This has the advantage that the iron is lighter and easier to handle, as it does not need to carry a water tank.
The steam generator is the second major component of this system. This unit contains a large water tank that heats up and converts water into steam. The steam is directed to the iron via the hose. This allows you to steam clothes effectively while ironing. The steam moistens and relaxes the fabric's fibres, making it easier to smooth creases and wrinkles.