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How to choose an electric towel warmer. Buying guide

Choosing the right radiator for your needs is a key step in making your bathroom a comfortable room. Stepping out of the shower and finding a warm towel is an essential comfort, especially in winter.

Until a few years ago, radiators were considered luxury furnishing elements, whereas today they are indispensable in bathrooms and kitchens. The heat they emit contributes to a hygienic and safe environment, as they can fight and eliminate mould and bacteria from wet towels.

There are many design models on the market, as they are classified as real furniture components, so finding the most suitable solution among different proposals can be difficult. That’s why it’s important to have the right information in hand to help you resolve doubts and questions and choose the model that best suits your needs.

Shape and Materials

Shape and Materials

Electrical towel warmers consist of vertical and horizontal, tubular or flat, appropriately spaced to allow for the insertion of towels. There are no codified forms, by virtue of their intended use, and this leaves room for numerous attractive and appealing design solutions.

Because of their location in damp places, they are made of corrosion-resistant materials such as steel and aluminium. The purposes of these two materials are different. For the same heat output, steel is undoubtedly the preferred choice, especially for those who want a design element.

High visual impact, steel elements are more resistant while aluminium ones are lighter and heat up much faster than steel ones. Available in a range of colours to complement any environment, they are painted with materials that increase their strength and durability.

Dimensions and Types

Dimensions and Types Towel Warmer

An electric towel warmer can be as low as 40 cm and as high as 5 metres, and weigh up to 50 kg. A thorough knowledge of the measurements of the room that will house it is a fundamental step in order to find your way around the various models.

Larger rooms will require large elements capable of effectively heating the room, while smaller rooms will require elements that adapt to their size. The key factor that cannot be ignored is that you should never choose a towel warmer that is too small for the room. 

Electrical towel warmers are not only used to heat towels but also the room itself. They are suitable for any space, practical and functional. In a room with no particular space constraints, you can choose a free-standing model, which is easy to use and has the advantage of being transportable from the bathroom to the kitchen wherever you need it. Finally, the folding model also provides a convenient function laundry rack.

Deltacalor produces drying and drying models, three products in one with an exclusive patent with tilting panels that allow the towel warmer to transform from a warming element to a practical drying rack.
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Energy Consumption

Energy Consumption Electric Towel Warmer

The temperature of the electric towel warmer can be regulated in three different ways. The preferred choice is undoubtedly to use a chronothermostat, both for convenience and to effectively reduce consumption. Usually powered by batteries, it is located on the wall near the towel warmer. Thanks to infrared, it is able to communicate with the electric heater and has the undeniable advantage that heating is only carried out when actually needed. 

This is not only good for consumption, but also for reducing environmental impact. The fixed temperature control requires a thermostat, when the preset temperature is reached the thermostat can stop the transfer of energy from the’inside of the element. 

The use of a timer helps to limit consumption. Finally, the mixed control includes an internal thermostat and a wall-mounted knob, which allow the user to choose the ideal temperature for the room in which the element is placed. 

Thanks to these three types of temperature control, it is possible to use electric towel warmers with low energy consumption. The introduction of the chronothermostathas made it possible to create models with little impact on bills, as opposed to the old, very expensive ones.

Design in radiators

Design in Radiator Heating

Electrical towel warmers are the ideal meeting place of functionality and the art of design. Volume and geometric lines meet unique colours and concepts, creating products that make the surrounding environment elegant and refined. Linear models that communicate in a language that is accessible to everyone stand alongside designs with futuristic and singular lines.

Versatility is combined with fine finishes, and colours enhance the material, bringing unexpected solutions. Forget the old radiators, electric towel warmers have become a gym of shapes and ideas. Wood, steel and aluminium are the materials of choice for these works of art which are hung on the wall thanks to new fixing systems. They range from traditional wall-mounting to amazing freestanding, where the element is installed in the middle of the room.

Timeless elegance or elements reminiscent of urban chic or industrial decor, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Safety

Correct use of an electric towel warmer requires knowledge of a few precise rules. A minimum safety distancefrom the floor (at least 60 cm) and from baths, showers or sinks must be observed.

Air vents, if any, should not be covered with towels or cloths and it is necessary to ensure that the device is marked IPx4 or IPx5, which indicate the resistanceof the towel warmer to water splashes.

Are you looking for the perfect electric towel warmer for your home? Discover the entire collection of Deltacalor towel warmers.

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