The most suitable water temperature for bathing in winter

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  • Date:2022/06/14

With the advancement of technology and the promotion of environmental protection and energy saving awareness, more and more people will use heat pumps in their lives, and heat pumps can provide people with more life experiences in winter.Use the mobile phone APP to intelligently control the heat pump in the home to heat the domestic water, and you can enjoy the bath when you return home. The water temperature is controlled in real time and there is no exhaust emissions.Real energy saving and environmental protection.

The air source heat pump water heater has the characteristics of high efficiency and energy saving. Compared with the electric water heater, it only needs a quarter of the electricity consumption of the electric water heater to produce the same amount of hot water, and the annual average thermal efficiency ratio is 4 times that of it. Higher utilization efficiency, and the use of electric water heaters or gas water heaters may have safety hazards.

In daily life, the general air source heat pump water heater is set at 60 ℃, mainly to prevent scale. Because the air source water heater needs to be recycled and continuously produce hot water. Ordinary non-softened water is prone to scaling above 60°C, which causes scale to attach to the outside of the coil, which affects the heat conduction efficiency, or causes the water circulation equipment to be blocked and cannot be used. Therefore, 60°C is the standard pipe material. In fact, the water temperature of the heat pump can reach 75~80℃, but the general bathing temperature in winter is only 45~50℃. In daily kitchen life, 40°C hot water is enough.

In winter, the temperature of the water heater for bathing should be between 40-45 degrees.


How many degrees is the water heater for bathing in winter

40-45 degrees.

The climate is cold in winter, so the temperature of the bathing water is a little higher than other seasons. In most cases, it is best to bathe with the water temperature close to the body temperature, and the normal temperature of the human body is around 36-37 degrees Celsius, so bathing in winter Adjust the water heater to 40-45 degrees, so that the water will not be too hot or too cold.

How many degrees should the bath water heater not exceed in winter

The water heater for bathing in winter should not exceed 70 degrees.

During the heating process of the water heater, the temperature can sometimes reach 80 degrees, so the water temperature is usually 75 degrees, but this is not an accurate answer. Different brands of water heaters may have deviations between the displayed temperature and the actual temperature. It is recommended to be When taking a bath in winter, the temperature of the water heater should not exceed 70 degrees, otherwise the overheated water temperature will easily burn the skin, and at the same time, it is not good for the life of the water heater.

Precautions for bathing with a water heater in winter

1. The frequency of bathing is low in winter, so when you are not taking a bath, you do not need to plug in the water heater. When you need to take a bath, just plug in the water heater an hour in advance, which will save more electricity.

2. Plug in the water heater one hour before taking a bath in winter, and then pay attention to observe the temperature change of the water heater. The maximum temperature should not exceed 70 degrees. It is generally recommended to unplug it at 60 to 65 degrees, otherwise the water temperature is too high and may damage the water heater.

3. When taking a bath in winter, it is best to unplug the water heater socket, and pay attention to regular inspection, cleaning and maintenance of the water heater, which can not only prolong the service life of the water heater, but also ensure the safety of electricity use.





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