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Introduction The most popular and commonly used are still an infrared heaters and electrical boilers. There are a several types of an electric boilers. By type of heating element boilers are divided into the boiler with immersion and dry heating element. There are also water heaters with a full selection of water and non-pressure type. Greatest spread, until recently, received the best infrared heaters and electric water heater with immersion heating element. But despite the large spread, submersible heating spirals have many drawbacks. Link for more information the best infrared heater customer reviews, comparisons, prices, etc. The manufacturers of water heaters invented a new type of heating element, which is called the dry spots. The design of such an element is used exclusive soapstone spots placed in the protective flask. The heating element is not directly in contact with water, which prevents it from overheating and failure, thus extending the service life of the water heater. The cost of infrared heaters and boilers for hot water is somewhat more expensive, however, has many benefits for the user.
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