Something You Need To Know About Heated Towel Rails

Heated towel rails are designed to run on the lowest wattage possible without compromising comfort - generally 35 degrees.
Towels insulate the rail and absorb the heat, meaning that beneath the towel the temperature rises to between 50 - 55 degrees.
Electric Towel Rails connect directly to the existing electricity circuit
There is no need to worry about plumbing or filling the rails
They heat up quickly, getting warm in about 5 minutes and reaching optimum temperature in approximately 30 minutes.
Runnings costs are minimal - Thermostatic dry element rails cost as little as 1 cent per hour to run.
Try a heated towel rail with timer to improve efficiency & cost effectiveness.


What are IP Ratings?

Electrical fixtures in bathrooms are certified using an IP (Ingress Protection) rating.
This rating uses 2 numbers and refers to the level of protection against the ingress of foreign bodies (1st number) and protection against the ingress of liquids (2nd number).
The higher the second number is the greater protection the item has from water ingress.
Many heated towel rails have an IP55 Protection Rating, making them safe for use in bathrooms.

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