Technologies Used In Heated Towel Rails

The bathroom supplies Ringwood cannot be completed without a towel. But using the towel is a drawback that once it gets wet, it will take a long time to get dry. In the past, it was tedious to wait for the towel to get dry. Now, their use of heated towel rails is very common to overcome this problem. The bathroom, especially in hotels, contains these rails to dry off the towel in 10-15 minutes. It helps hotels to reduce their laundry cost as when the towel will be hanged to the rail after use, it will automatically get dry after 15 minutes.

The mechanism of towel rails is simple. Most of the time they are directly connected with the central heating unit. The heating units maintain its temperature with the help of flowing water which gets heated with the help of geyser. 

The towel rails come in many shapes also. Most of the time there are simple rails or pair of rails but in case of public bathrooms, we can also see S-shaped rails which are connected in a chain of two or three. They can easily hold 6-8 towels at one time. Go here for more information about bathroom renovations.

There are two different technologies for towel rails. One is wet element technology (WET) and the other is dry element technology (DET). The wet element technology is traditional technology for heated towel rails. IN this wet element like oil or fluid are heated and flowing through the rails which helps to dry the towel. In this mechanism, the continuous flow of the heated element is required, so it means the heating system must be operational for the whole time. Sometimes separate heating systems can also be installed just for towel rails, especially in hotels or public bathrooms. But after starting the wet heated towel rails heat up slowly and can take up to 90 minutes for heating the rails. Because they continuously need a heating system and fluid flow, so the power cost can be a little bit higher than the DET mechanism.

Whereas in the case of dry element technology, this mechanism quickly heat the rails and they can get heated within 15 minutes. A wire is installed in rail, after powering one, the electricity heats the wire which eventually increases the temperature of the rails. Also in this scenario, each rail is powered by a separate switch, so you can only switch on the required rail for 10-15 minutes and then after it gets heated, it can be switched off. It needs close supervision, to avoid any overheat but it can reduce the operational cost for towel rails. 

Both the technologies are still applicable and due to their simpler mechanism now they are cheaper as compare to past. Cheap heated towel rails can also be found from online stores and you can select the mechanism as per your requirement, and the cost you want to spend on it.