What is the world's fastest boiling kettle?

5 Answers

  • 6 months ago

    When you heat water on the stove, the layer at the bottom is  the first to boil, meaning it turns into a gas. The water vapor collects into bubbles, which rise toward the surface, passing through cooler water en route. The lower temperature causes the vapor to recondense into liquid and the bubbles collapse, making a noise.

    When the water is uniformly hot and the bubbles make it to the top gradually louder, as bubble production increases, until the water is so uniformly hot that the bubbles make it to the top without popping. At this point the noise diminishes.

    Then of course the noise picks up when there are so many bubbles coming to the surface and it splashes the water around. If you are using a kettle the water vapor pressure would also be building up until it starts whistling.

  • khalil
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    the one that has maximum WATTAGE and minimum VOLUME.

  • 6 months ago

    The fastest water boiler is not a kettle. 


    A "flash boiler" is the fastest, but you won't find one for household use.  


    Just learn to live with the fact that no practical device that you can easily buy 

    will produce boiling water in less than several minutes. 

  • Mmm J
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    The one in a rocket headed for space.

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  • 6 months ago

    Kitchen aid is pretty damn fast.

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