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Steam Dragon


#1

Greetings, I own a steem dragon machine and I love it! It does
use distilled water, that is true! I knot several people who
have old “standard” steam cleaners sitting in storage just
waiting for someone to buy it for parts. Seems that the mineral
deposits ruined it. In my case I run my studio on solar power
and do not have an excess of power to waste on needless stuff.
This makes me a very energy efficient jeweler. The steam
dragon’s work great if you don’t want the bulk and cost of big
machines. I advise anyone interested to try one out. David


#2

David Anderson:

Do you have a name/number/email of the distributor of the Steam
Dragon? Thanks in advance.


#3

sirs;I hope as we go into the new year that some of these old timers would try to understand the reason a caster shold always use distilled water,I suggest that if in doubt,visit your local water department and study the chemicals that go into your water.Then maybe you would use distilled water,I dont sell it
but use it… thanks foor reading @wburnett


#4

Here at Maxon’s, we purchased a steam dragon about a year or so
ago (if my memory serves). Although I’m just the number-cruncher
& don’t use it myself, my co-workers have not had any trouble
with it that I know of. It is definitely a distilled water
only device.

I don’t have the company info in front of me right now, but I’ll
look it up later if nobody else posts it first. Might not be
until after Christmas–working retail is so much fun this time
of year . . . :frowning:

Joel Kahn <@Joel_Kahn>
Comptroller for Maxon’s Jewelers
Diamond Merchants & Estate Jewelers
2622 S Glenstone, Springfield Missouri 65804 USA
Voice: 417-887-1800 or 417-887-1809
Fax: 417-887-3422


#5

Hi David: I have a friend that has one new in the box for
$350.00, but he is in connecticut so it would probably be about
10.00 to ship it. Sincerely Chris http://www.tace.com/glitters


#6

I�d like to know more about your studio setup. I�m impressed
that you can run it on solar power. I am in woods and so will
never try it but wish that �free� sources of energy were more
widely used. Marilyn Smith