What settings should my hot water be set to?

What settings should my hot water be set to?

Set Your Hot Water Thermostat to 60C for Storage - Keeping your stored hot water at at this temperature will use less energy than hotter temperatures which can also burn you quicker. Just remember that to protect your hot water from Legionella, never lower the temperature below 60 degrees.

Set your hot water thermostat to 50C on Instantaneous system
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