1. The power should not be too large
Because the heater has a large power, it should not be used with high-power electrical appliances at the same time, otherwise it will easily damage the heater. In addition, the heater should not be placed next to the power socket to prevent the heat from rising and burning the power source and causing a fire.
Precautions for the use of heaters
2. install the overcurrent protection socket
If there are electrical appliances that are prone to sudden changes in current and start more frequently, such as electric welders, air conditioners, etc., used at the same time as the heater, it is easier to damage the heater. Use a socket with an overcurrent protection device or use a stabilized power supply. When there is no one in the house, be sure to unplug the heater.
3. Items should not be covered
The heater cannot be covered with objects, and the surface temperature of the electric heater is high. Once the objects are covered, the heat cannot be dissipated in time, which will cause the machine to burn or ignite other objects.
4. it is not advisable to close to the heater for heating
Some people like to stay close to the heater to keep warm, and even put their hands and feet on the heat sink. This is very easy to burn. Some people blow the heater directly at the body, although it is warm for a while, but if it does so for a long time, it will burn the skin. Therefore, when using the heater, do not get too close to the heater, especially do not let the air outlet of the heater directly heat a certain part of the body.
5. heater installation and placement
In the installation and placement position, the heater should be placed in a place that is not easy to touch, away from combustible materials, and the back should be about 20 cm away from the wall. If you place the heater in the bathroom for heating, you must be especially careful to avoid the adverse consequences caused by water in the power supply. Install the power socket outside the bathroom, and the heater wire must be protected by insulating rubber, and to ensure that the connection with the body avoids contact with water.