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Minimalist, the Art of Understatement.
Some of our clients prefer the elegance of simplicity or of plain discretion and less ostentation. Others seek practical utility which is not synonymous with lack of quality. These models are only more affordable because intricacies in production or components have been minimized. Quality has not been compromised, yet price has been moderated. Each is custom-made for you in the U.K. Small adjustments in size can be specified with no additional cost.
Thirteen configurations in each of six finishes produce seventy-eight individual choices, each available in Polished Chrome, Polished Nickel, Satin Nickel, Polished Brass, or Custom Colors. Towel warmers rise to 158° Fahrenheit (±5%), with a safety cutoff at 194° Fahrenheit. (±5%). All models are available either electrically heated or hydronically heated (hot water). Electrical heating is by far the most popular method and frequently the easiest installation. Models 1 through 18 share the handsome style of the entire multiple-rail series, and their limited protrusion is advantageous where space or depth is limited.
The following Builder Collection models are available for Hydronics: 1 through 5, 9, and 10.
Wesaunard towel warmers are approved by Underwriters Laboratories and by Lloyds Register of Quality Assurance (England). They carry a 5 year limited warranty covering defects in finish, heating elements, and all brazed connections. Electric Towel Warmers should be installed by a licensed electrician. All Wesaunard Towel Warmers are available in either electric or hydronic (hot water). Electric Towel Warmers should be wired to a wall switch. You can have a timer installed instead of a switch, so that your towels will be nice and warm; ready for you when you're ready for them.
1. Returned units carry a 12.5% restocking fee.
2. Photos are of Hydronic units - most popular in the United Kingdom. American preference is generally for Electric units - for which dimensions are substantially similar; and the valves shown in the photos are absent.
3. Electric units generally take about thirty minutes to reach full operating temperature. The surface will normally be too hot to hold, but not hot enough to damage fabric of any kind.