Faced with numerous news about accidents caused by domestic electric heaters
, people couldn't help but have deep concerns about their electric heaters. So, is it necessary to cut off the power when using electric water heaters? Constant power seems to feel hairy?
In fact, if we sum up carefully, it is not difficult to find out which places where accidents occur are places where the electricity environment is relatively unsafe, such as small hotels, rental houses, and so on. Therefore, where the electricity environment is safe, you don't have to worry too much about electricity.
As the domestic electric heaters produced by regular manufacturers are already very safe in terms of their own safety protection measures and leakage protection, there are no technical problems at all. At present, most of the domestic electric heaters on the market use hydroelectric separation technology, that is, filled with a large amount of insulating materials, and at the same time, protective measures for grounding are used. Fortunately, they are grounded to avoid the risk of leakage.
Therefore, it can be said that as long as the use of environmental safety, quality safety of household electric heaters, and grounding protection measures are in place, it is completely safe to use household electric heaters.