The meal offerings in the Temple (that were unleavened – matzo) were kneaded with lukewarm water Rambam Maaseh Hakorbonos - Chapter 12 Halocho 21 despite the fact that this accelerates leavening. We are not worried that they may become leavened because the kohanim are very eager to do their jobs.
Contemporary matzo manufacturers would not dream of letting anything get lukewarm. See quotes from here
An extra water cooling unit for the ‘mayim’ ‘shelonu’ maintains a constant low temperature for the dough.
An exclusively designed mixer, only used for Passover Matzos, ensures a perfect mix with no flour residue and no heat development on beaters and bowls.
Air-conditioning in the Passover area maintains a low ambient temperature before the Matzos enter the oven.
So why did they use warm water in the Temple?