JIS Hickstead towel rail unveiled

jisWith its pattern perhaps taking inspiration from one of the more imposing fences at the famous show-jumping venue, the Hickstead heated towel rail from JIS Europe’s Sussex collection is suited to both top end residential and many commercial applications.

The Hickstead’s six arms are square, but are fashioned from the same grade of stainless steel and as with the rest of the Sussex collection, the Hickstead is available in central heating, dual fuel or electric only options. The open sided rails with their twin carrier pillars are intended to facilitate either left or right-sided installation.

However, architects, interior designers and property owners who might prefer to choose the electric only version should be aware that these are supplied in right arm format as standard, with the left arm needing to be specifically ordered.

Depending on the heat source used, the Hickstead offers an output of 378 watts or 1,291 BTU, so can provide occupant comfort when sited in a properly insulated bath or shower room, as well as keeping towels warm and dry.

Overall, the Hickstead measures 1,010mm in height by 500mm wide, while the half dozen arms are evenly spaced on the uprights.

Whether the towel rail is plumbed into a home’s main central heating system or it is powered by electricity for all or part of the year, the Hickstead’s clean lines, quality and performance characteristics ensure it will suit many types of property and decor.

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