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Towel Radiator Connection Types


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Central heating system connection - Pipes from Floor

Type of use: Central heating connection
Position of pipes: The pipes come out from floor
Parts Required: A pair of straight valves

Installation guide: To connect the towel radiator to the central heating system, you need a pair of straight (in-line) valves (thermostatic or standard). The head unit of the valve (if it is a thermostatic valve) is connected to the left or right inlet pipe, depending on from which direction the hot water flows in. Valves must be connected to bottom inlet points of the towel radiator.

When you have connected the towel radiator to the valves and sealed off the top inlet points with blanking plug and air valve, you are then able to turn on the inflow valve to fill the towel radiator.

Please bleed the towel radiator at even intervals to ensure that there are no air gaps inside the pipes and it reaches its maximum capacity.


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Central heating system connection - Pipes from wall

Type of use: Central heating connection
Position of pipes: The pipes come out from the wall
Parts Required: A pair of angled valves (thermostatic valves or standard)

Installation guide: To connect the towel radiator to the central heating system, you need a pair of angled valves (thermostatic valves or standard). The head unit of valve (if it is a thermostatic valve) is connected to the left or right inlet pipe, depending on from which direction the hot water flows in. Valves must be connected to bottom inlet points of the towel radiator.

When you have connected the towel radiator to the valves and sealed off the top inlet points with blanking plug and air valve, you are then able to turn on the inflow valve to fill the towel radiator.

Please bleed the towel radiator at even intervals to ensure that there are no air gaps inside the pipes and it reaches its maximum capacity.

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Electric use only (with Heating Element)

Type of use: Electric use only (with Heating Element)
Position of pipes: No pipe connection is required
Parts Required: 1x Heating element (standard or thermostatic or electronic thermostatic), 1x Blanking plug

Installation guide: This type of heating system must be installed by a qualified and certified electrician! No water pipes are required for the heating element to be installed to the towel radiator. It is highly recommended that you contact your electrician for more information before purchasing a heating element in order to receive advice on where you can install this type of electric applience use within your house.

The electric heating element must be inserted into the towel radiator vertically through one of the entry points at the bottom (right or left). The second entry point on the bottom is then sealed off with a blanking plug. You will then need to fill up the radiator with water or water/glycol (90/10) in order to stop the water from freezing (if necessary) using the third inlet/entry point on the top of the radiator. Please leave a 2-3cm gap from the top of the towel radiator when filling it up in order to give some room for the expanding hot water. Fasten the blanking plug and air valve to the other top inlet point. Your heating element can then be connected to your power supply. Once the heating element is turned on and has heated the towel radiator, please bleed the towel radiator at even intervals. This ensures that there are no air gaps inside the pipes and that the towel radiator can reach its maximum heating capacity. The heating element must never be turned on unless the towel radiators is filled up with water and fully submerged. Otherwise it will burn out and this will invalidate your product warranty.

Please note that,
*None of our heating elements come with an electric plug.
*All electric elements must be installed and (or) wired by a trained and certified electrician.
*All electric towel radiators must be filled with water.
*All electric elements must be fully submerged in water.


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Dual fuel use (Electric & Central Heating system) with 1x T-pipe - Pipes from Floor

Type of use: Central heating water system & Electric
Position of pipes: Pipes come from the floor
Parts Required: 1x Angled valve, 1x Straight valve (thermostatic or standard), 1x Heating element and 1x T-pipe

Installation guide: This type of use must be installed by a qualified & certified electrician! It is highly recommended that you contact your electrician for more information before purchasing a heating element and getting advice where you can install this type of electric use within your house.

The head unit (if it is a thermostatic valve) must be installed either the left or the right inlet pipe, depending on where the hot water is flowing in. The connection must be always made from the bottom inlet points of the towel radiator.

The heating element must never be turned on without first filling the towel radiator with water as it can cause the element to burn out. When towel radiator is heated by using central water heating system, the heating element must be turned off! Heating element and the central heating system can never be run at the same time.

Please note that,
*None of our heating elements come with an electric plug.
*All electric elements must be installed and (or) wired by a trained and certified electrician.
*All electric towel radiators must be filled with water.
*All electric elements must be fully submerged in water.


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Dual fuel use (Electric & Central Heating System) with 2x T-pipes- Pipes from floor

Type of use: Central and electric heating systems
Position of pipes: Pipes come from the floor
Parts Required: 1x Pair of angled valves, 1x Heating Element (standard or thermostatic or electronic thermostatic), 2x T-pipes and 1x Blanking plug

Installation guide: This type of heating system must be installed by a qualified and certified electrician! It is highly recommended that you contact your electrician for more information before purchasing a heating element and getting advice where you can install this type of electric use within your house. The head unit (if it is a thermostatic valve) must be installed either to the left or the right inlet pipe, depending on where the hot water is flowing in. The connection must always be made from the bottom inlet of the towel radiator.

The heating element must never be turned on without first filling the towel radiator with water as it can cause the element to burn out. When towel radiator is heated by using central water heating system, the heating element must be turned off! The heating element and the central heating system can never be run at the same time.

Please note that,
*None of our heating elements come with an electric plug.
*All electric elements must be installed and (or) wired by a trained and certified electrician.
*All electric towel radiators must be filled with water.
*All electric elements must be fully submerged in water.


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Dual fuel use (Electric & Central Heating system) with 1x T-pipe- Pipes from wall

Type of use: Central heating system & Electric
Position of pipes: Pipes come from the wall
Parts Required: 1x Pair of angled valves, 1x Heating Element (standard, thermostatic or electric thermostatic) and 1x T-pipe

Installation guide: This type of use must be installed by a qualified & certified electrician! It is highly recommended that you contact your electrician for more information before purchasing a heating element and getting advice where you can install this type of electric use within your house.

The head unit (the valve) must be installed either the left or the right inlet pipe, depending on where the hot water is flowing in. The connection must be always made from the bottom inlet of the towel radiator.

The heating element must never be turned on without first filling the towel radiator with water as it can cause the element to burn out. When towel radiator is heated by using central water heating system, the heating element must be turned off! Heating element and the central heating system can never be run at the same time.

Please note that,
*None of our heating elements come with an electric plug.
*All electric elements must be installed and (or) wired by a trained and certified electrician.
*All electric towel radiators must be filled with water.
*All electric elements must be fully submerged in water.


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Dual fuel (Electric & Central Water Heating system) with 2x T-pipes- Pipes from wall

Type of use: Central heating system & Electric
Position of pipes: Pipes come from the wall
Parts Required: 1x Pair of angled valves, 1x Heating element (standard, thermostatic or electric thermostatic), 2x T-pipes and 1x Blanking plug

Installation guide: This type of use must be installed by a qualified & certified electrician! It is highly recommended that you contact your electrician for more information before purchasing a heating element and getting advice where you can install this type of electric use within your house.

The head unit (the valve) must be installed either the left or the right inlet pipe, depending on where the hot water is flowing in. The connection must be always made from the bottom inlet of the towel radiator.

The heating element must never be turned on without first filling the towel radiator with water as it can cause the element to burn out. When towel radiator is heated by using central water heating system, the heating element must be turned off! Heating element and the central heating system can never be run at the same time.

Please note that,
*None of our heating elements come with an electric plug.
*All electric elements must be installed and (or) wired by a trained and certified electrician.
*All electric towel radiators must be filled with water.
*All electric elements must be fully submerged in water.