Who made-up The Electric stainless steel Kettle?
I want to know about founded or created of electric kettleâ�¦by whom.
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Electric water kettle designed by Peter Behrens for AEG in 1909.In the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland , Canada and South Africa, a kettle is an electrical device used to quickly heat water for hot drinks, such as tea or coffee. It is normally constructed out of durable plastic or steel (with a plastic handle) and powered by mains electricity. In modern designs once the water has reached boiling, the kettle automatically deactivates to prevent the water boiling away and damaging the heating element.
Corded kettles generally use detachable IEC C15 and C16 connections.
"Cordless" kettles became popular in the 1980s and 1990s consisting of a plastic base that connects to the mains outlet and a separate kettle. They both have electrical contacts that connect to supply power to the kettle when it is placed on top of the base, and the kettle can be easily detached to allow movement to the sink and elsewhere.
Similar to the electric kettle is the electric water boiler, a vacuum flask with a heating element that boils water and maintains it at a constant temperature. These are particularly popular in East Asia.
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