Natasha Straight Round Electric Radiators
Classy Natasha Radiator Design
Thick chrome rails encompass fine straight round towel rails in our range of Natasha electric radiators. However, the prim and precise accuracy in design does not detract from the heavy-duty finishes. There are two designs available in this range, including the basic and premium range.
The basic range incorporates slightly slimmer rails and portrays more of a delicate appeal. However, it is still constructed from the same heavyweight materials that will last you longer than you can imagine. The premium range is slightly more bold and chunky and creates a statement in any room you place it within.
Place Them Where You Like
The ladder design of the straight round electric radiators provides you with a functional design, as you can get as creative as you like with the placement of the radiator. For instance, apart from placing it in your bathroom, you can also position it handily within your kitchen to help you keep your wash cloths dry. Furthermore, you could also add them to your utility room to help keep your clothes dry.
Formulated for Longevity
These gleaming, stylish pieces are formulated from low carbon steel and plated with chrome for an extravagant touch. This gives you extreme durability and endurance, assuring you that your brand new electric radiator will not let you down.
Furthermore, the chrome radiators are tested to BS EN442 standards and correspond with ISO9001:2008 regulations. This meticulous testing process has been taken to ensure that you acquire a high quality electric radiator. Each radiator has been 100% tested for leaks and can be integrated with all UK central heating systems that are tank fed or combination.
Additional Radiator Components
The Natasha range of straight round electric radiators comes with a 300W thermostatic electric heating element, anti-freeze radiator inhibitor fluid, wall brackets, a blanking plug and an air vent plug. If you wish to integrate the radiator to the rest of your central heating system during winter, you will need to purchase either straight or angled valves separately. This depends on whether the piping stems from the wall or from the floor.