When using and handling a glass electric kettle
, there are a few precautions you should keep in mind to ensure your safety and maintain the longevity of the kettle:
Read the instructions: Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer's instructions for your specific glass electric kettle model. Different kettles may have specific guidelines or features that you need to be aware of.
Avoid overfilling: Do not exceed the maximum fill line indicated on the kettle. Overfilling can cause boiling water to spill out, potentially causing burns or damage to the kettle.
Use on a stable surface: Place the kettle on a stable, flat surface away from the edge. This helps prevent accidental tipping or spilling.
Avoid placing on heat-sensitive surfaces: Glass kettles can get hot during operation, so it's best to avoid placing them on heat-sensitive surfaces such as plastic, wooden countertops, or delicate tables. Instead, use a heat-resistant mat or trivet.
Handle with care: Glass kettles are fragile, so handle them with care to prevent accidental drops or impacts. Avoid hitting the kettle against hard surfaces, as it can cause cracks or shattering.
Keep the cord away from water: Ensure that the kettle's power cord is positioned away from water sources to prevent electrical hazards or damage to the cord itself.
Don't touch the hot surfaces: The glass and metal parts of the kettle can become hot during and after use. Use the handle or any designated heat-resistant areas to avoid burns. Don't touch the hot surfaces without proper protection.
Unplug when not in use: When you're done using the kettle, remember to unplug it from the power source. This prevents any potential accidents and also saves energy.
Clean and descale regularly: Follow the manufacturer's recommendations for cleaning and descaling the kettle. Regular maintenance helps keep the kettle in good condition and ensures the taste and quality of the water it produces.
Keep out of reach of children: Glass kettles contain hot liquids and may pose a danger to children. Store the kettle out of their reach and teach them about the potential risks associated with handling hot objects.
By following these precautions, you can safely use and handle your glass electric kettle, reducing the risk of accidents or damage.Glass electric kettle
Silicon content: More than 80%
Strain temperature: 520 ℃
Annealing temperature: 560 ℃
Softening temperature: 820 ℃
Refractive index: 1.47
Light transmittance (2 mm): 92 %
Elastic Modulus: 76KNmm - 2
tensile strength: 40- 120Nmm - 2
Glass stress optical constant: 3.8 * 10-6 square millimeters / no
Processing temperature (104dpas): 1220 ℃
Linear expansion coefficient (20-300 °C) 3.3 * 10-6 K - 1
Density (20 °C) 2.23gcm - 1
Specific heat 0.9jg - 1K - 1
Thermal conductivity 1.2Wm - 1K - 1
Linear expansion coefficient (20-300 °C): 3.3 * 10-6 K - 1
Density (20 °C): 2.23gcm - 1
Specific heat: 0.9jg - 1K - 1
Thermal conductivity: 1.2Wm - 1K - 1