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Precautions for placing lighters

Update:14 May,2021
Summary:Because the air fins are exposed to the outside, in addition to the airtightness of the radiator its...
Because the air fins are exposed to the outside, in addition to the airtightness of the radiator itself, the shape and style of the radiator are also required to not cause damage to the human body. Families with children at home should pay special attention. The most common damage caused by the radiator is scalding and swelling. It is understood that the outlet water temperature of the gas boiler is around 80℃. After entering the radiator, the temperature will be around 60℃, and the surface temperature of the radiator will be around 50℃. Touching the radiator with your hands will feel very hot or even hot, but it will not be burnt. Since people have a sense of self-protection, remember not to place flammable and explosive materials such as lighters next to the radiator to prevent accidents. In addition, the radiator occasionally needs to be exhausted. Because this is a closed system, no air will enter at all. If there is a need for exhaust, it is best to ask professional engineering maintenance personnel to deal with it to prevent scalding.
According to the reporter's understanding, whether it is electric floor heating or water floor heating, because the entire area of ​​the ground generates heat, in order to ensure the heating effect, during normal use, the heating area is not suitable for long-term covering of airtight items, such as blankets. Drinks and food can not be placed on the ground, because this is a heating process, simply let these things change. During the daily cleaning, it is the same as the normal floor. You can mop the floor with a wrung out wet mop, and be careful not to have water.