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[LISTEN] Five things you should know about water reticulation

1 August 2019 4:44 PM
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Plumber Johnnie Walker says your geyser should reach 60°C temperature to kill water-borne diseases.

Have you been wondering if it is good to switch off your geyser during the day?

Pippa Hudson speaks to J Walker Plumbing owner Johnnie Walker about water reticulation and tips on operating the geyser.

You need your geyser to reach a 60°C temperature to prevent that environment from water-borne diseases.

Johnnie Walker, Owner - J Walker Plumbing

I would go for the timer where you would get the geyser up to 60°C mark during the course of the day. The 60°C will kill any bacteria growth that may occur.

Johnnie Walker, Owner - J Walker Plumbing

Reticulated water is an Australian term referring to the piped-water network (as opposed to well water)

Listen to the full interview below...


1 August 2019 4:44 PM
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Water
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hot water geysers
water reticulation

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