26 August 2008

Radiators Make The Winter Warm

Is washing in winter bothering you? it is so cold that having a bath in a bathroom without radiator in winter.I had the anguished experience. At that time, I always hastily washed myself and toweled off quickly, it was like battling.

Now days, radiator has becoming more popular.A conventional hot-water radiator consists of a sealed hollow metal container, usually flat in shape. Hot water enters at the top of the radiator by way of pressure, from a pump elsewhere in the building, or by convection.

Using radiator is a wise decision for old, drafty and uncomfortable bathrooms, as it offers plenty of heats to the entire room and towels and works as a main heater in the bathroom.Radiators are available in a wide verities, ranges, shapes and colors, so that you can use them according to your choice and preferences matching to your interior decoration.

Now radiators are manufactured in different materials such as glass and stone with some feel good factors. Let us have a discussion about their varieties.

Glass radiators:
These are completely transparent made from 13mm thick tough safety glass can be wall or floor mounted and available in huge range and varieties. There is no need of plumbing to install.

Stone radiators:
Stone radiators are the energy savers than the conventional. These are made of granite, marble and lime stone, can be used by electricity or plumbed into central heating system to consume less water than a traditional radiator. The stones which are being used are containing the heat retaining properties.

Low surface temperature Radiators:
These are having the heating capacity not more than 43°C and usually being used in commercial buildings as well as increasingly popular in the home for using in children's bedroom.

Cast iron radiators:
This is the cost effective option, which is very capable in gaining heat and emitting it efficiently for a long period, even if you switch off the central heating. Because of the heat retention quality of the cast iron radiators, they are becoming popular by resisting the condensation and damp of the building.

Aluminium Radiator
Advantages to aluminum radiators include lighter weight, simplified recycling (it is all one material), repairability (it can be welded), durability, environmental friendliness and lower tooling costs. They are not subject to cracking at high temperatures and as the joints are brazed, the bonds are stronger than the solder used in copper-brass radiators, the company said.

Choose the right radiator for your bathroom and enjoy your life!