Convection Steam Oven Water Requirements
- Use of demineralized, filtered, or distilled water
- What kind of water is required to operate a Convection Steam Oven (CSO)?
- Water heavy in minerals
- Lowest recommended water hardness in grains
- How much water is needed to fill the tank?
The Wolf Convection Steam Oven (CSO) requires minerals to be present in the water to work properly. Do not use demineralized, reverse osmosis filtered, or distilled water.
- The unit contains an electromagnetic level sensor to measure the flow of water into the boiler.
- This type of technology requires mineral content in the water for accurate measurement.
- Softened water is fine to use as long as there are minerals in it.
- Regular filtered water works in the Convection Steam Oven.
- Some bottled water will work in the Convection Steam Oven.
- To maintain proper function, always test the water hardness first with the water test strip provided with the product.
- Refer to Convection Steam Oven Water Test Strips for testing instructions.
- Adjust water softener as needed to meet unit requirements.
- The CSO contains an external boiler that reduces mineral buildup. Run the Descale program when the CSO reads "Boiler scaled up, please descale!"
- Refer to Convection Steam Oven Descaling for more information about descaling, including descaling solution recommendations and instructions for the process.
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