At what temperature will water burn you?
Keeping this in consideration, will 110 degree water burn you?
Even though a water temperature of 110° F is 'relatively-safe', exposure can be painful; the human pain threshold is around 106-108° F. A child can suffer a third-degree burn in 124°F water in less than three minutes. Children and adults can be burned this badly in two seconds or sooner in 149°F water.
Similarly, what temperature will cause first degree burns?
A burn is damage to your skin caused by a temperature as low as 44 degrees Celsius (109.4 Fahrenheit) for a long time. A high temperature (more than 80 degrees Celsius) can cause more severe burns in a very short period of time (less than a second).
Most recent answer. Technically, a temperature above 43C (110F) would be sufficient, given enough time, to give you 2nd degree burns. However the required timescale is so long that it isn't quite reasonable (3.6 hours for water at 43C).