Induction Split Magnetic Geyser
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Electricsave Induction Geyser
Using the magnetic induction process the water is heated more rapidly than with a conventional water geyser. The electrical supply to the generator in the unit is covered into a magnetic field which heats the water. There is no direct current (AC) in close proximity to the water, which makes the unit safer than a conventional thermostat. The unit includes a high density thermal insulation layer to sustain the water temperature.
Save money. Saves about 60% on electricity usage.
The high density thermal insulation layer sustains the water temperature
It is safer than a conventional geyser. There is no direct electrical current in close proximity to the water
A built in pressure relief valve prevents the geyser from bursting
Easy to install
Quick access to hot water
Only use power while heating
Saves on water consumption
Save time. Heats the same volume of water in about a third of the time compared to a conventional geyser
Requires only a standard 15 Amp wall plug for power
No electrical element which has a limited lifespan
A modern LED display
A digital electronic timer
A state of the art heat control system
It takes a conventional 150litre geyser two and a half hours to heat water from 20ºC to 65ºC and consumes 7.8kW of electricity.
To heat the same amount of water with a magnetic induction geyser will take approximately a third of the time and consumes about 3kW of electricity.
The operating cost of a magnetic induction geyser is approximately a third of a conventional geyser.
With the induction geyser installed at point of use it can give a substantial water saving.
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