Dual Fuel Towel Rail and Radiators

Duel Fuel with Standard Element

A system where the summer months the towel rail is treated as an isolated radiator and can be warmed by switching on the electrically powered element.  A standard element has a set temperature that is maintained by the internal thermal switch.  There is no control level the element is preset to reach its optimum level and maintain it.  Timers can be fitted inline to switch the radiator on and off at the desired time.

The kits contain;
  • Standard Element, (various wattage)
  • T-Piece
  • T-Piece Blank
  • Instructions
Please Note: All wiring should be installed by a qualified electrician.  Elements must never be switched on in a dry radiator as this will render the system inoperable and will invalidate your warranty.
Standard Element fitted with a SBH14 Integrated T-piece

Duel Fuel with Temperature Control

A dual fuel system fitted with a temperature control element that allows for the heating level to be set at the individual's requirements.  The system has 5 levels of power making it very versatile and is ideal for areas where young children or elderly are in contact. A timer can be fitted to control the on and off of the element.  The element will always switch back on at the last set temperature.

The kits contain;
  • TC Element, (Various wattage)
  • T-Piece
  • T-Piece Blank
  • Instructions
Please Note:  It is now law that all electrical work carried out in the bathroom is by a qualified electrician in accordance with I.E.E. wiring regulations.
Elements must never be switched on in a dry radiator as this will render the system inoperable and will invalidate your warranty.
Duel Fuel with temperature control system

ELECTRIC ONLY CONVERSION

The entire SBH range of radiators is offered with an "electric only" conversion option. The radiator is filled with a water based inhibitor and an electric element on the left hand side of appropriate wattage. The radiator is tested at full temperature before being supplied to customers. The radiator arrives ready for installation by a qualified electrician.

All elements heat the contents of the radiator to 80 degrees C, thus providing output in excess of those stated in our literature.

No radiator valves are required with electric only radiators as they cannot be connected to a central heating system.