Does the thermostatic kettle boil water repeatedly?
Electric kettles are household appliances that are often used in life, and many electric kettles have a constant temperature design; it is very convenient for people who use them frequently. This design is equivalent to the role of a thermos. So does the thermostatic kettle boil water repeatedly?
1. The constant temperature kettle does not repeatedly boil water, but mainly plays the role of continuous heat preservation.
2. There is a thermal insulation heating tube on the thermostatic kettle, which can be controlled by the thermal insulation switch. It can keep the kettle warm. After some time, the water in the kettle can still be used to make tea and instant noodles.
3. The temperature of the heating tube of the constant temperature kettle is generally kept between 70 degrees and 80 degrees. There are two heating tubes on it, one for boiling water and the other for keeping warm. Under normal circumstances, the constant temperature kettle does not need to repeatedly boil water for some time. Only when the water inside is cold or lower than the set temperature will the water be boiled again.