- Mar 2, 2016
But when on for 4hrs a day they are pretty expensive to run. But yes mine is also 0.75kw.Pool pumps don't compare to resistive heating devices.
My pool pump is 0.75kw
Kettle is 3kw. Iron is 2kw. Hairdryer is 1kw. Oven when it was still electric was up to 6kw. Geyser 4kw.
You should have added your mining rig in there for comparison.Which electrical appliances are the most expensive to run
Household appliances such as pool pumps and heaters can quickly ramp up your power bill.
The 3000 W geyser will cost you R4.26 an hour (3000 W * 1 hour * R1.42/kWh)What about the geyser, it takes 3000watts plus depending on the size.
heh.We have two geysers on the property , four people using one, two using the other, electric stove and oven and our monthly kw usage is about 800. Maybe the people in the house never baths. Yuck
Emptying a 150 l geyser twice a day is no easy task. Its the same as taking around just over three baths a day (every day!) at around 44 ºC. It's probably not that you're not geysering right, you're just not excessively using hot water!I'm not geysering right then. My monthly electric bill is only around R750...