It is awesome experiance in drinking hot cup of tea in winter. The joy will be totally turned off in case you need to wash the cup with the cold water. Day by day technology is improving kitchen appliances and kitchen geysers are one of them. Thanks to kitchen geysers, now you can wash utensils with hot water that too immediately. Read more on how to choose the best kitchen geysers.
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The short answer is for washing kitchen utensils use instant geysers with water reserve capacity of 1 Litre to 3 Litres. In other words instant geysers with tank capacity of 1 to 3 liters. Please see 6 litres instant geyser is good for bathroom but not for kitchen due to it’s large tank size. Small size instant geyser do the job of kitchen geysers perfectly well.
For kitchen usage, wash utensils' warm water pressure must be optimum. Geyser low water pressure takes a lot of time to wash utensils eventually spikes the electricity bill. As a solution to low water pressure, use a Pressure-pump, an electric water pump which turns on/off when opens kitchen tap. The pressure pump has to attach to the water inlet and its outlet to the geyser. The pressure pump pushes pressurized water into the geyser and increases warm water pressure.
It's not a good idea to drink water that comes from a geyser, even if it's been boiled. When water gets heated up in a geyser, yucky stuff like dirt, sediment, rust from pipes, and tiny bits of metal mix in with the water. And when the water is hot, it can dissolve even more of these gross things, like lead. So, even though it might be okay to use geyser water for taking a bath, geyser water not safe to drink because it has a lot of impurities in it.