The thermal insulation layer determines the advantages and disadvantages of the stainless steel thermal insulation water tank
2022-06-08

The thermal insulation layer determines the pros and cons of the stainless steel thermal insulation water tank. In addition to heating, the stainless steel thermal insulation water tank also has an important function of thermal insulation. The thermal insulation effect of the water tank depends on the thickness of the thermal insulation layer (foam layer). The thicker the insulation layer and the wider the coverage, the better the insulation effect. The thickness of the insulation layer of some inferior air energy water heater water tanks on the market is generally only 20~30mm, and there is no insulation layer at both ends of the water tank, so the insulation effect is not ideal. Often when the host stops, the water quickly cools down. Therefore, be sure to choose a water tank with an insulation layer thickness of 40~50mm and 360-degree thermal insulation. Some readers will ask: I can't open the water tank to see, how do I know how thick the insulation layer is? Here I can teach you a little trick: the larger the volume and the heavier the weight of the water tank of the same capacity, the thicker the insulation layer, the better the insulation effect.
The temperature control of the stainless steel insulated water tank is not accurate and the number of temperature sensors is not allowed. The control of the water temperature in the water tank relies on the temperature sensors that extend to all parts of the water tank. The thermowell is like the nerve endings under the skin. Nerve endings can sense temperature changes and feed them back to our brains; the same goes for the temperature sensor pack, which can sense temperature changes and feed back to the host's control center. By accurately measuring the real-time water temperature of each point through the temperature sensor, the unit can provide hot water more stably and save more energy at the same time. Therefore, the number of temperature sensors is very important. At present, the common water tanks on the market generally only have two temperature sensors: one for the water in and out of the water tank, and some water tanks even have only one temperature sensor for the water outlet, but Gree has begun to adopt the design of 3 temperature sensors. If you want to have excellent temperature control effect, the Gree water tank equipped with 3 temperature sensors must be your smart choice.