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Water heaters use a heat transfer process that heats water above its initial temperature by using an energy source. Some typical examples of using hot water include cooking, cleaning, bathing and heating areas such as rooms. Water is domestically heated in water heaters, kettles or pans. These vessels don't supply a continuous supply of heated water, but must re-heat more

Water heaters use a heat transfer process that heats water above its initial temperature by using an energy source. Some typical examples of using hot water include cooking, cleaning, bathing and heating areas such as rooms. Water is domestically heated in water heaters, kettles or pans. These vessels don't supply a continuous supply of heated water, but must re-heat the water to keep to at the desired temperature. Very rarely does hot water occur naturally, but when it does it us usually from a hot spring. Appliances that do supply a regular supply of hot waters are hot water tanks or heaters, boilers or heat exchangers.

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