Functioning of electrical heaters

The water enters through the tube on the right and passes winding through four longitudinal compartments, located in the tank, to exit after being heated through the tube on the left.

Each compartment has a temperature sensor and a submerged heating resistor which transfers all the heat it generates directly to the water.

The sensors detect the water temperature and send the information to the electronic circuit which controls the flow of current to the resistors, resulting in an instantaneous and constant flow of hot water and a controlled temperature.

When you turn off the hot water, the water in the tank reaches the established temperature, the flow of current is interrupted, and the systems remains in stand-by.