The geyser converts the electrical energy into thermal energy. A geyser uses a heating element to increase the temperature of the water through conduction of heat. A geyser consist of an inlet for hot water, an outlet for hot water, insulation surrounding the outer covering, a temperature-pressure relief valve, a drainage pipe, thermostat and two heating element and a drainage pipe. First, the cold water at the top is heated using heating element at the top and then the bottom water is heated by the heating element at the bottom. The thermostat ensures that the supply is cut after heating the water to the required temperature.