I'm interested in purchasing a heated towel rail for a bathroom, but I do
not want to have it plumbed into central heating system, so electric is the
I've found in catalogue (Screwfix direct) a option which I would like to
know from u lot if it correct/possible.
They have more variety of towel rails that are for plumbed in systems, then
electric, but there seems to be a heater element that appears to fit some of
the rails, thus making the rail either plumbed or non plumbed (electric).
Is this correct?
If so what would I fill the towel rail with i.e distilled water or oil, if
oil what sort?
I would not fill the radiator with oil. Just use water. If you wish, you may
add some central heating inhibitor (I would).
Are you sure that you cannot find a dedicated electric towel rail that would
suit your needs? Try a plumbers merchants.
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