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Why do hydronic towel dryers need to be on a closed loop system?

Hydronic towel dryers from Artos offer both comfort and functionality, but their proper operation hinges on a specific requirement: a closed loop system. While our hydronic towel dryers are no longer in production, we're here to offer guidance to existing users.

Consistent Heat Regulation

Unlike domestic hot water systems that deliver varying water temperatures, a closed loop system provides a controlled and consistent flow of water at the desired temperature. This is crucial for maintaining the warmth of your towel dryer at the ideal level.

Enhanced Energy Efficiency

A closed loop system retains heat within the loop, eliminating the need to constantly heat new water. As a result, your hydronic towel dryer operates more efficiently, consuming less energy to maintain the desired temperature.

Corrosion Prevention

Fresh water from a domestic hot water system can introduce minerals and impurities that lead to corrosion within the towel dryer. With a closed loop system, water circulates within a controlled environment, reducing the risk of corrosion and prolonging the lifespan of your towel dryer.

Precise Control

A closed loop system allows for meticulous control over water quality, temperature, and flow rate. This level of control ensures that your hydronic towel dryer performs optimally and delivers the comfort you expect.

For more visual support, check the attached Hydronic Diagrams. While the Hydronic towel dryer line has been discontinued, these insights are valuable for current users to ensure lasting performance and durability.

In essence, a closed loop system offers the ideal environment for your Artos hydronic towel dryer to excel. It guarantees consistent heat, improved energy efficiency, corrosion prevention, and precise control over performance variables. By adhering to this requirement, you can enjoy the full benefits of your hydronic towel dryer, making it a lasting and reliable addition to your home.

Updated on 24 Aug 2023