TODAY’S PATENT – HOT WATER AND ELECTRICITY GENERATOR
This invention was developed and invented by Tsai Hui Yang which was granted utility patent on 17th February 1998 by the USPTO bearing grant number.US5719990A.
This invention possesses an important feature, which can be found in most commonly used water heater, which are powered by electricity; it is rendered useless in the absence of power. As a result, in the event of a power outage on a snowy day, no hot water or electricity will be supplied, causing significant inconvenience. As a result, various types of power generators have been developed to supply electricity in the event of a power outage.
However, none of them are suitable for use and cannot provide hot water. a casing with a water inlet equipped with a float ball valve, an engine positioned inside the casing and having an exhaust pipe, a power generator connected to the engine, a pump connected to the power generator, a water reservoir positioned above the power generator inside the casing and equipped with a heat exchanging pipe, a first electric heater electrically connected to the power generator and incorporated into the hot water and electricity generator. A second electric heater that is fitted with the steam chamber and is electrically connected to the power generator will produce hot water and energy as we need.