Electric Heated Towel Rail Elysir H Hom
Elysir H, the material resin and steel finish, covers HOM technology, to heat through a plate of
thinner and more elegant ceramics your most beloved living spaces. 300watts of power to provide great thermal efficiency while paying attention to energy conservation.
Rough matte textured resin
1) Version with power cord and plug
2) Version with direct wall connection
HOM is a Turin-based company that has been manufacturing industrial heating elements since the 1950s to the present.
Core business is the production of a new generation of appliances suitable for heating bathrobes, towels and garments that can be used in contract or private users.
Unique HOM technology: the result of many years of research in collaboration with the Department of Materials Science of the Polytechnic University of Turin
HOM products use an innovative sintered tile that incorporates an electrical resistor inside; a proprietary technology created after three years of research in collaboration with the Department of Materials Science of the Polytechnic University of Turin that represents the most advanced technology in the field of electric heating.
HOM products are designed as design objects, with very low wattages as low as 40Watts
Since 2014, HOM has been developing and producing an absolutely new product for its technology in Italy: a heated sintered ceramic tile that is given different electrical power depending on its use and the place where it is placed. Such tiles are the heart of HOM’s electric towel warmers, to be used in homes to keep towels and bathrobes warm and dry.
Why choose an electric towel warmer from HOM?
The advantage of choosing a HOM Electric Towel Warmer is keeping bathrobes and towels dry even in summer when classic plumbing radiators cannot be used helping to drastically reduce the buildup of germs and odors in the bathroom or kitchen. Indeed, recent studies show that allergies or respiratory problems are exacerbated where this problem is neglected.
HOM products use an innovative sintered tile that incorporates an electrical resistor within it; a proprietary technology created after three years of research in collaboration with the materials science department of the Polytechnic University of Turin that represents the most advanced technology in the field of electric heating. Class 2 insulation (appliances that are intrinsically safe because they have double electrical insulation by construction).
HOM also pays attention to energy conservation and heat preservation
With the energy of a 100 W bulb, HOM heats your garments and delivers them to you warm in minutes.
The thermal inertia of the material from which the heating element is constructed and the construction techniques allow us to give off heat for tens of minutes still after it is turned off.