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Moreover, conventional immersion heaters come with their own maintenance inconveniences, not least of which is the tendency for scale to build up on the elements, reducing the effectiveness of the system as a whole. UK company Cathelco HEM believes it
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Another in a series of writings for this week on features found in UK housing over the last century or so. . Water Heating. It was only about 50 miles from my Nanna and Grandad's house in Dunstable to my parents home in Abingdon. That does not sound very far by today's typical mileages on the family shopping trip, school run or just for a jolly but if you factor into the distance that it was a regular route in the 1960's, in an underpowered Morris Minor and on dodgy Trunk... I was just a small lad at the time and along with my, then, two sisters and baby brother (sorry Mark, you missed out on this part of the adventure by being born in the 1970's) we would make the journey regularly to visit not just my maternal... It tended to be a Sunday for this type of family gathering and after a full day of best behaviour us children, the four of us under the age of 9 would be irritable, tetchy and a little bit grubby from exploring what were interesting houses and the... Ahead of the return journey we would be put in our Nanna's bath, individually or collectively. It was here that I experienced the fearsome apparatus that was the gas fired hot water heater. I cannot recall the brand name of the appliance but if I describe its appearance and operation then I am am sure that many of my generation and earlier will recall the same trepidation and anxiety that I experienced. It was described as a "Geyser". Prior to the installation of natural gas and central heating into UK homes there was quite a performance to achieve what should have been the simple task of running a bath. An electric immersion connected to a copper cupola or cylinder was common. Houses relying on coal fires had back boilers to provide hot water but more rudimentary methods included having a bath tub under a hinged lid in the kitchen, a moveable tin bath in the hearthside or having to physically carry or pump boiling water... The gas geyser had actually been pioneered way back in 1869 by Ewarts and later and by perhaps the best known manufacturer, Ascot. The same principles persisted well into the 1960's and later in some older housing stock albeit with a few stylish and technical tweaks to make the appliance more appealing to the eye. For all of its crudeness a household with a gas geyser over the bath for almost instantaneous hot water was still regarded as an example of "all modern conveniences". The procedure to fire up the geyser took some courage and a steady hand. After turning on the gas supply it would be a rush to light the burner using matches or if not available a smouldering, tight roll of newspaper that was carried through the house and upstairs being careful that embers did not fall and set alight... The burner would make a distinctive benign pop, at best, or shoot out a small explosively propelled flame if there was a larger amount of combustible gas released. First opening of the thin single spout tap would often release a stream of rust amongst the hot, steamy plume of water and it was not unknown for the cascade to include a few panicky live or stiff mummified spiders. The flow of heated water was unreliable and unpredictable and I dare say that many willy's and bodily parts will have been scorched or poached whilst bathers, of all ages, sat close to the outfall into the bath. Many of the standard geysers lacked adequate ventilation making it necessary to either keep a window or door open (impractical in winter and for privacy) or restrict bathing to about 5 minutes so as to minimise potential exposure to deadly Carbon... Our Nanna, Nelly, was once overcome by the invisible toxic gas but survived.
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