How To Make A Water Heater Using The GI Wires

by | Nov 11, 2021 | DIY, Life Hacks, Physics, Science

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In this tutorial, we will show you how to make a water heater using the GI wires at home for your science project.

Water that comes from our taps from the tank is usually cold because it is groundwater. During winter, it is become impossible to use direct tap water. So there is a need for hot water, an invention to satisfy the need for hot water is water heaters.


The following materials will be required to easily build this water heater at home.


  • 2 GI wires
  • Copper wire
  • Screwdriver
  • Insulator tape
  • Straw
  • Wooden stick
  • Power’socket

Steps To Make Water Heater Using The GI Wire

Step 1: First connect copper wires with both GI wires and secure them with the insulator tape.

insulator tape

Step 2: Add straws in wire (as shown in the picture).

in wire

Step 3: Now tape both wires with chopsticks or wooden sticks.

wooden sticks

Step 4: Now connect both ends of the wire with the power socket.

power socket

Step 5: Now to test the water heater just put the model in the bucket full of water in the standing position, you will observe that the water gets hot.

How To Make A Water Heater Using GI Wire For School Science Experiments

Now, Water Heater Using the GI Wires Science Model is ready.


In urban areas, water heaters have become a necessity rather than a luxury. By this water heater model, students get to know about the working and functioning of water heaters and how they can be made at home easily or they can be represented in your science exhibition.


Things To Remember

  • Don’t place your hand inside the water when power is on.
  • Carefully connect wires, it may shock you.
  • Carefully work with power socket and connection.
  • Don’t try this at home and if necessary please take the guidance of an expert on an adult.



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