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|By Philip Roberts on Friday, October 20, 2000 - 01:36 am:|
Any comments pro or con on the Hot Rod system fopr water heaters?
|By Jamie H McArdle on Friday, October 20, 2000 - 09:23 am:|
Philip, unless there are any Heating Engineers frequenting this board, you're probably out of luck. But here's how you can find out.
Go to www.copernic.com and download their search software. Install it and then run a search on "Hot Rod System Water Heaters". You'll find what you're looking for.
|By sheikh sarwar on Monday, September 22, 2003 - 02:27 pm:|
Are you people talking about other than the computer business. Then, it is a rod immersed in the water, and THEN PLUG IT IN. Never plug it in then try to immerse in the water; it will disolve by the heating rod inside the rod and will shortcut the electricity; dangerous, can give a sever electric shock. There are immersion heaters available for tea/coffee cups also; fill in the water, put in the immersion rod and plug it in the electric outlet. water will boil. Unplug the heater from outlet and then take it out of water.
Keep checking these immersion heaters for any leakages which can make an "earth" connection for an electric shock, etc. Some one else expllain more.
|By firstname.lastname@example.org on Wednesday, July 26, 2006 - 10:55 am:|
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