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Old Dec 4th 2006, 11:43 pm
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Hot Water Heater.. Your Thoughts

How can you heat somthing thats hot?
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Old Dec 8th 2006, 1:21 am
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^more fuel to the fire?........s*** nvm i was confused

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eg: water.

at 50 degrees C, i would still consider this 'hot', but it can still be heated further.
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Old Dec 8th 2006, 8:50 pm
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The proper term for this appliance is "water heater." However, you can have a "hot water heater" if you're taking water that is considered "hot," above 120 degrees F and heat it to boiling. But then you'd have a boiler that that point.
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In order to keep it hot, you have to heat it.
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Well it's pretty hot here when it's like 90 degrees out. But when it's getting to like 100 degrees, its ridiculous. Then agai we're talking about water. So idk.
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Wow I can't understand why this thread is still alive?
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In order to keep it hot, you have to heat it.
Actually, there are water heaters that have no tank inside, that heat the water as it's running through the pipes. Renai has one like that (yes, I used to listen to Paul Harvey).
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Is there a limit on how hot something can get, like the opposite of absolute zero?
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Yeah.. boiling.
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