Electric Towel Rails
- Our Price £109.99 inc. VAT
Heats from 1.5m²warranty 5 Year
- Narrow Ladder Design
- Splashproof IP55 Rating
- Great for Smaller Bathrooms
What size towel rail do I need?1
If your bathroom is already adequately heated and you just want a towel rail to warm your towels, you should make your choice based on the towel rail’s physical size.
Do you sell electric towel rails with timers, thermostats and programmers?1
Our Ecostrad TR towel rails are equipped with a user-friendly thermostat and a two hour timed heat setting which can boost the heat for up to two hours. You can save energy by setting the towel rail to a low heat setting for day-to- day heating and boosting the heat level before you have a bath or shower. The Ecostrad TR is also available with a remote control programmer which provides even greater scope to control your bathroom heating.
All our Ecostrad Magnum Towel Rails feature a high precision thermostat and a remote control digital programmer as standard. The digital programmer offers a choice of four bespoke programmes as well as nine pre-set programmes.
Our Kudox Towel Rails and Ecostrad Richmond Towel Rails do not feature in-built heating control facilities, but they are compatible with most standard controllers and thermostats which can be purchased separately.
What’s the difference between dry element and thermal fluid towel rails?1
Thermal fluid electric towel rails use a liquid element specially formulated for optimum heat generation and retention. The fluid is fully enclosed within the body of the towel rail, which uses an automatic valve to maintain pressure as the fluid heats up. Thermal fluid heating elements provide efficient heating with an even heat distribution across the surface of the radiator. Thermal fluid elements are used in our Haverland and Ecostrad towel rails and some of our Kudox towel rails.
Dry element towel rails use thin metal wires to heat each rung of the towel rail. Dry element towel rails heat up quickly and respond immediately to changes in programming. They also save energy by heating only the horizontal struts of the towel rail – which is especially useful if you just want a towel rail to dry your towels. Dry heating elements are used in some of our Kudox towel rails.
How do designer towel rails work?1
Are electric towel rails safe?1