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Get rid of those metal plates!

The conventional heating process dates back to the discovery of fire and relies on heating metallic surfaces to transfer energy to the intended medium. However, this outdated method is riddled with inefficiencies, leading to significant heat loss at every stage.

Referring to the water kettle, there are energy losses during the process of heating water due to the metal heating elements. These must heat up to much higher temperatures than required to compensate for heat transfer losses. This leads to stronger scaling, too.

Then there is the matter of heat dissipation. When you switch a kettle on (refer to the image) the pathway of energy to water includes a transfer of energy through the heating wire (1), which connects to a ceramic electric insulation (2). Further, the wire and insulation are connected through a metal element to the bottom of the kettle (3). And finally, the base of the kettle (4) transfers the energy as heat into the water. There is a loss of energy at every step of this entire pathway to water.

Ohmic heating offers a transformative solution that reduces the pathway steps to ZERO. And InstaHeat could enable heating liquids more efficiently.

Eliminating Major Wastes from Thoughtless Acts

For example, if you want a cup of tea, heat only 0.2 liters instead of an entire liter and directly save 80% of energy – the amount sufficient to operate your mobile phone for around 10 days.

Catch up on some interesting snippets on our LinkedIn article and read our previous blog.

Reducing Pathways to Heating

Heat is generated instantly and uniformly within the liquid, bypassing the inefficiencies of traditional heating methods.

Cutting back Standby Losses

Since heating is instant, the machine isn’t in an “always on” state. Hence, there are no standby power losses. In addition, the flow heater doesn’t overheat as the smart sensors enable precise temperature control.

InstaHeat leads the way in Ohmic technology, offering unparalleled energy efficiency solutions. Visit to learn more and connect with us at Embrace the future of heating technology and drive sustainability through innovation.


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