One of the inventions that makes life easier is the geyser. In 1867, the inventor was invented by a London decorator, Waddy Maughan strong>. In the 1880s, the water began to heat up in a tube without touching the flames. In 1896, English engineers Charles Lloyd Braithwaite and Edward O’Brain installed a cover on the gas inlet.

This lid was gas-only when the water tap was opened. All these developments were combined with modern hot water boilers and the first modern water heater was built at the Junkers factory in Germany in 1931.

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