How many watts do you need for a towel rail?

Common towel rail sizes and their wattage

SIZE MM (HxW) WATTS
600 x 600 300 – 500
600 x 1000 300 – 500
1200 x 400 400 – 600
1200 x 500 400 – 600

Can you install an electric towel rail yourself?

The short answer is no, but that doesn’t mean fitting a towel rail isn’t a quick and easy task. All electric towel rails and bathroom heaters must be hardwired by a qualified electrician which is usually a speedy task for a pro and one that doesn’t involve lengthy callouts or expensive fees.

How many watts should a towel warmer be?

If you live in a chilly climate, you’d probably have to invest in something that could dry, so adding a warmer is often an unnecessary extra step. Also, bear in mind that towel warmers run on approximately 500 Watts of electricity, so you can expect to see a spike in your electricity bill if you use it every day.

Can you put a plug on electric towel rail?

Plug-in models All that is required to be installed is a power outlet (unless you already have one in the correct location), and then the heated towel rail can be installed and plugged in.

Do towel heaters use a lot of electricity?

Electric Towel Rails These rails avoid the issue of having to switch on the rest of your central heating, however they can be expensive to run due to the power requirements of the heated element within. Essentially, they function similarly to a kettle, though without quite so much short term power usage.

What is a Kyros towel rail?

Rointe Kyros towel rails are an intelligent digital heating solution for bathrooms with advanced functionality and editable pre-installed programs. Kyros towel rails: quality & comfort for bathrooms. The improved second-generation Kyros towel rails include advanced functionality, accessible through visual icon-based menus.

What are the energy-saving features of rointe towel rails?

All Rointe towel rails include energy-saving features that help reduce consumption, like Open Windows. This function is activated when the product probe detects a decrease in the ambient temperature of at least 4°C within a 30 minute time period.

What type of fluid is used in the oil filled towel rails?

Our oil-filled electric towel rails for bathrooms contain a specifically formulated thermal fluid (water and propylenglycol) to provide maximum heat transfer through circular conductivity. The fluid used in each towel rail is an exclusive fluid designed to provide better thermal stability that is more environmentally friendly.

What is the towel rail made of?

The towel rail consists of a high heat transfer thermal fluid, which is heated by an electric heating element inside the body. The fluid is a heat reservoir, which is not burned.