Radiators and towel warmers for the bathroom: customisation, sustainability and comfort

Ensuring the ideal temperature and keeping towels, towels and bathrobes warm are among the main functions of a bathroom radiator. If the radiator is then enhanced by design and the possibility of customisation thanks to colours, finishes, dimensions and functions, the heating body becomes a furnishing element that enhances rooms and spaces. Flexibility, modularity and sustainability are the watchwords of contemporary design, guaranteeing maximum functionality and comfort. Research into increasingly innovative and high-performance materials and systems seeks to provide answers to these needs. The aesthetic aspect, designed in harmony with energy saving and good heat yield (primary functions of a good heating system), represents the added value that gives the radiator the role of protagonist in the bathroom area.

Aesthetics and function

From the sculptural forms of collections such as Android, to the purity of lines of Teso, to the contemporary interpretation of the towel warmer theme in the case of Pioli, V8 and Pieno, Antrax IT has over the years offered a wide range of products, with a strong focus on design, details, sustainable materials and energy-saving properties.

Three-dimensional effect

Android is a 100% recyclable aluminium section bent and folded to achieve a three-dimensional effect, with a dynamic sequence of angles and lines. Designed by Daniel Libeskind, it requires a low water content for its operation, with high thermal efficiency and the ability to come up to speed quickly. Available with hydraulic or electric operation, horizontally or vertically, with or without a handle and in one of two hundred colour variants.

Minimalist geometry

Designed by Dante O. Benini and Luca Gonzo, Teso is also made from 100% recyclable extruded aluminium, with a standard width of 25 cm and three possible heights (150, 170 and 200 cm). The plate is smooth and has a minimal geometry, enhanced by the insertion of a thin metal arm with a circular section on which bathrobes or towels can be hung. The handle, in a chrome finish, is available tone-on-tone with the heating body or in contrasting shades. It can be installed horizontally or vertically and, in the latter configuration, is available in a hydraulic or electric version.

Staircase archetype

Pioli is the brainchild of Andrea Crosetta and evokes the archetype of the staircase, from whose functional elements for ascending/descending it takes its name. It consists of two vertical carbon steel elements, rails to which rectangular-section 'rungs' are welded, grouped in sets of three. Customisable in over 200 colours and in two widths, it can be placed on the ground or installed on the wall, in the vertical version with water or electric operation only.

In pairs or singles

V8 only fulfils the need to keep towels warm, with a few horizontal tubes and a lightweight frame. Pieno has a dense weave, interrupted by a gap at the centreline to facilitate the insertion of towels, and a significant heat output. They can be used in pairs or individually, with only vertical orientation, chosen in one of the proposed colour finishes, water or electric.