Radiators & Heated Towel Rails
Damans preferred manufacturers of bathroom radiators and heated towel rails offer an extensive catalogue of practical and beautiful products in many shapes; sizes and finishes.
Our range of brands
Heated towel rails are used in conjunction with existing radiators as a decorative heat source. They are available in a wide variety of styles, finishes and shapes. With designs ranging from traditional styled ball joint rails through contemporary to minimalist styles, there is sure to be a towel rail to compliment any bathroom design. Towel rails are available to suit any heating system or combinations of systems. Rails are available to be installed in hot water heating systems or to be connected via the mains to the electrical connections.
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Founded in 1979, Bisque is a company that constantly strives to create radiators that are both practical and beautiful in a range of styles, colours and finishes. Bisque is a highly reputable brand with a commitment to design, innovation and customer service and as a result their radiators have been used in a variety of well known locations such as The Shard and Highgrove House and in addition the company have received a number of industry awards including CoolBrands and the BKU Award for Best Heating Brand. Through the years the company has sought the most innovative designs, collaborating with the most skilled and talented designers to produce an extensive range of quality radiators from timeless classics to the latest in energy efficient designs.
Zehnder is a subsidiary of the Zehnder Group in Switzerland which was founded by the Zehnder family in 1895. Originally the company was known for its light motorcycle development and then in 1930, Robert Zehnder invented the product that was to form the basis of the company’s future success, the tubular radiator (Zehnder Charleston). In comparison with other radiators at that time, this radiator was significantly lighter, had better heat conductivity, was more aesthetically pleasing and was more cost effective to produce. As the company has grown and expanded through the years, Zehnder has remained at the forefront of innovation. For example, it launched the first towel radiator (Zehnder Universal) in 1980, the first design radiators in 1984 and 2003 marked the start of a collaboration with Villeroy and Boch. Zehnder have an extensive range of bathroom towel radiators available in many shapes, sizes and finishes from the classic look of the Sfera Bow to the Roda Spa Asym which is available in almost any colour and finish from the Zehnder colour chart. In addition, Zehnder offer a range of practical and functional radiator accessories.