Safety comes first with Smart­tap

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - HOMES -

THE tra­di­tional method of boil­ing wa­ter is to have the heat­ing rod in di­rect con­tact with the wa­ter.

How­ever, the ex­ten­sive use of this de­vice will pro­duce cop­per chlo­ride, a heavy metal that gets mixed with the wa­ter.

It not only af­fects the wa­ter qual­ity, but long-term con­sump­tion can be harm­ful to health.

In­di­rect heat­ing meth­ods

In­di­rect heat­ing is the trans­fer of heat to heat­ing flu­ids with­out di­rect con­tact be­tween two el­e­ments.

Pi­o­neer­ing ce­ramic ther­mo­stat in­di­rect heat­ing, Ben­ova in­tro­duces the WaterAid Smart­tap that pro­vides clean wa­ter while pro­tect­ing the fam­ily from burns and other ac­ci­dents.

The tap comes with an au­to­matic lock func­tion and has a patented cut-off func­tion, whereby if no wa­ter is sup­plied, the heat­ing el­e­ment will not ac­ti­vate. The pre­cau­tion avoids the dan­ger of burns.

The WaterAid Smart­tap fea­tures an en­ergy-sav­ing de­sign that op­ti­mises heat­ing times. The sys­tem is pro­grammed to heat at dif­fer­ent times of the day, usu­ally at eighthour, 12-hour or 24-hour in­ter­vals.

The LED dis­plays tem­per­a­ture ac­cu­rately, en­abling the user to an­tic­i­pate when the wa­ter is fully boiled. The dis­play also in­di­cates if there is equip­ment fail­ure.

The mod­u­lar power cord is linked to the sig­nal cable to avoid the risk of cir­cuit leak­age.

The WaterAid Smart­tap uses a patented heat­ing plate that is com­pletely iso­lated from con­tact with the wa­ter.

For de­tails, call Ben­ova at 016-205 5111.

The WaterAid Smart­tap fea­tures an en­ergy-sav­ing de­sign that op­ti­mises heat­ing times.

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