As From May 2019, We Have Revised Outputs For The Henley & Richmond Rails. Please See Products For More Information

Important Information:

 

Electric radiators should only be fitted in the bathroom by a qualified electrician, in accordance with IEE regulations. *Prices to be added to cost of the radiator.

 

Internal Operating Temperature Range of towel rail or radiator using this element: 65°C (note: with standard electric elements, the surface temperature of towel rails (specifically chrome plated towel rails) can get hotter than 65°C (up to 70/80°C in some cases) due to various factors (capacity, surface area, material type etc). Consider thermostatic or other regulatory devices if surface temperature could be an issue for you.

Standard All Electric Radiator:

 

A specially modified, oil filled radiator that is wired (via a fused spur) directly into the electrical circuitry of the bathroom. Rated IP X4

• NOT able to be plumbed directly into hydraulic central heating systems

• NO thermostatic temperature control exists with standard elements

Standard Summer Heating Dual Fuel Kit:

 

A kit that enables the use of a radiator during the summer months, when the central heating system may be shut down. Rated IP X4

• Enables the plumbing of the radiator into the hydraulic central heating system and direct wiring into the electrical circuitry of the bathroom

• No thermostatic temperature control exists with standard elements

Thermostatic All Electric Radiator:

 

A specially modified, oil filled radiator that is wired (via a fused spur) directly into the electrical circuitry of the bathroom. Rated IP X5

• NOT able to be plumbed directly into hydraulic central heating systems

• The ability to control temperature exists via a thermostatic temperature control

Thermostatic Summer Heating Dual Fuel Kit:

 

A kit that enables the use of a radiator during the summer months, when the central heating system may be shut down. Rated IP X5

• Enables the plumbing of the radiator into the hydraulic central heating system and direct wiring into the electrical circuitry of  the bathroom.

• The ability to control temperature exists via a thermostatic temperature control.

 

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