With the rising cost of electricity and the increasing demand on limited fossil fuels, finding innovative ways to save electricity is more prevalent than ever before!
Insulation helps save electricity by reducing the speed at which the geyser cools down. And when you think that a geyser uses up to 39% of all household electricity, insulating it makes perfect sense! Here are four steps to help you insulate a geyser with ISOTHERM Thermal Insulation.
Step 1: Measure and cut ISOTHERM to fit around the geyser. ISOTHERM can be easily cut with scissors.
Step 2: Wrap ISOTHERM around the geyser and secure with duct tape. Make sure that the geyser is completely covered.
Step 3: Measure the circumference (circumference = π x diameter) of the top and bottom of the geyser and cut out circles to size.
Step 4: Use the leftover ISOTHERM cut-offs to insulate geyser pipes by wrapping it around the pipes and securing with duct tape.
You can find ISOTHERM Thermal Insulation at good hardware stores nationwide. For a list of stockists, please see our answers to FAQ.