Dimplex Bathroom Panel Heater – a solution for smaller bathrooms
Dimplex’s new electric Bathroom Panel Heater combines a three-in-one design for smaller bathroom spaces, providing space heating, towel airing capabilities and a mirrored or a modern metal facia – with Lot 20 compliance for added peace of mind for installers.
With evidence that bathrooms are getting smaller, particularly in new build properties, this stylish, splash-proof bathroom heater combines high-comfort convection heat together with an aluminium rail for drying and airing towels. Together with the mirrored front, it means a compact, three-in-one solution without having to compromise on individual space heating or towel airing appliances.
Economical and efficient with a heat output of 1kW, the Dimplex Bathroom Panel Heater is much better at space heating compared to a towel rail or warmer. With a typical output of only 50-150W, most people fail to realise, until installed, that towel rails will not heat the room finding bathrooms cold and unwelcoming. The Dimplex Bathroom Panel Heater not only delivers the warmth house owners are expecting, it also comes with Lot 20 compliant controls, helping installers to meet the requirements of the ErP Directive for local room heating products which are set to apply from January 2018.
Designed with style and efficiency in mind, the new Bathroom Panel Heater is available with a modern metal facia or a tinted mirror effect with de-misting capability and has user friendly, advanced control with splash-proof capsense technology and a colour changing, graphical display. The wall mounted design aids quick fixing installation.
Christian Hadley, installed product marketing manager from Dimplex, said: “With its combined features, choice of contemporary designs, energy efficient controls and superior heat output, the Dimplex Bathroom Panel Heater has everything needed to keep the bathroom comfortably warm all year round without wasting energy.
“Combining space heating, towel drying and airing in one, compact solution, it is perfectly suited for smaller bathroom spaces – a feature that is becoming increasingly more noticeable as housing trends shift towards smaller, better insulated properties.
“What’s more, with Lot 20 compliant controls, easy installation and BEAB approval, electrical contractors and bathroom installers can have the highest level of confidence in the product they are installing.”