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  • Towel Warmers - How do we make them?
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    Rupert Harris

Towel Warmers - How do we make them?

Towel Warmers - How do we make them?

At Rutland Radiators we take enormous pride in our staff and factory based in Hampshire, England. Today, we thought we’d talk to you about how exactly we manufacture and produce our handmade towel warmers and radiators.

Design and Build... 

The process starts with our design team. They consult the client on their style and design requirements to create a bespoke design which best suits their needs.

Once a design has been created and agreed on, our technical team pass the handmade towel warmer design over to our brazier’s in our Hampshire factory.

At this point, our skilled craftsmen measure and cut the DZR brass tubing to length. If you’re unsure on what DZR brass is, be certain to have a look at our recent article on DZR brass.

Once the tubing has been measured, the braziers accurately cut and crop the tubing to ensure the handmade towel warmer fits together perfectly.

When this is completed, ball joints are added. Typically ball joints are used on more traditional towel warmers, however in recent years their use has become more common.

At this stage the cut and cropped DZR tubing is clamped into a jig and the joints are carefully silver soldered to create robust joints.

Once completed, our craftsmen add the wall fixings and feet to the handmade towel warmer. We always ensure these fixings are tough to ensure their durability.


After this, our polishing team take over. Here they hand polish every item to work out any imperfections or marks, before carrying out a thorough quality control assessment on the handmade towel warmer.

Following the towel warmer being approved by our quality control team, the item is “linished”. During this, any rough parts of solder are removed to ensure that all joints are without imperfection.

Once all imperfections are taken out and another round of quality control is undertaken. Our plating team carefully then plate the product in the customers choice of one of our over 20 available finishes.

Packaging and Shipping!

A further quality control check is undertaken before any accessories are added. Bespoke packaging is created to offer the best protection to our towel warmers.

Our carefully selected couriers then ship the towel warmer to site. At this point, our after-sales team take over to ensure the customer is satisfied with their new handmade towel warmer!

Interested in enquiring about our towel warmers?

If you are interested in a handmade towel warmer, radiator or basin stand, then please do give us a call on 01252 790 464 to chat to our friendly team about how we can be of further assistance.




  • Post author
    Rupert Harris