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Our Maxi Steam Mini Boiler is a professional ironing system that comes with a steam-electric iron and a portable mini boiler. Just pour in tap water (no distilled water or filter resin needed), plug it in, and in 20 minutes you are ready to press. With 40 pounds of steam pressure, our Maxi-Steam Mini Boiler will give you much more steam than any other self-contained iron. Many professionals also use this iron to steam garments.

  • Mini boiler complete with professional iron
  • Heats up in minutes and produces 40 PSI steam pressure
  • 6 hours of steam on one fill
  • Uses ordinary tap water
  • Patented copper chamber with external heating element; eliminates major cause of element burn-out
  • Safety valve with interlock to prevent opening under pressure
  • Steam pressure gauge and Gauge glass to check water level
  • Ideal for tailors, alteration rooms, drop-off stores, clothing stores, valet service, tuxedo and bridal shops
  • ETL Listed
  • All Sales Final

    Warranty: 90 Day on parts, 1 Year on pressure vessel

    Note: We have upgraded the MVP35B as of 01-10-2010. The new unit will have a 15amp plug instead of the 20amp plug. The iron will be a plug in unit. The iron before was hard wired
  • US Warranty 30 Days labor on defects in materials and workmanship.
  • Non-US Warranty: 30 days parts and labor
Click HERE for Operating & Safety Instructions for HiSteam MVP-35G Steam Generating Boiler and Iron

  • Electricity: 120V, 20 AMPS (20 AMP outlet required) HZ 60
  • Steam Pressure: 40 PSI (2.8 Bar)
  • Dimensions: 16"(D) x 10"(W) x 13"(H)
  • Net Weight: 17 lbs

    Model MVP-35B
    Electricity 120V 15 AMPS
    Steam Pressure 40 PSI (2.8 Bar)
    Machine Dimensions 16”(D) x10”(W) x13”(H)
Paula Corio, Massachusetts
I purchased this system and it worked for about 3 months when the thermostat in the iron went. I had thst fixed and a month after I got it back the thermostat in the boiler went. Sent it to New Jersey, a Hi Steam recommanded repair and when I got it back 3 months later it still didn't work and was even in worse shape then when when I sent it. I contacted the company and after nearly 6 months of trying to get a resolution they had me send it to a repair compay in Chicago. I sent it and and that too 4 months to get it back and yes it didn't work and was still even worse so once again I called the company and once again another 6 months passed and I sent it back to Chicago. They informed me it would need another $200 worth of work. The upshot is I have no Hi steam iron, the company did not stand behind the product and I do not recommand this product or the company. I own and operate a tailor shop. The iron was never abused under my care. A terrible experience.