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Water condensation on ceiling

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While steam bathing, rising steam will condense and collect on the surface of the steam room ceiling. Eventually, this condensation may gather enough to drip on the steam bather. A sloped steam shower ceiling, 1" - 2" per lineal foot, should eliminate the potential for this occurrence. Factors such as tile size, texture and spacing (grout areas) all affect an environment's successful ceiling slope. Being that this commercial steam room ceiling is not pitched, the condensation does drip on bathers.


Tags: water, ceiling, condensation, steam room

Equipment utilized in this environment

Brand: Mr.Steam
Model: CU Series
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