Hair-curlers and curling irons are heating devices designed to curl human hair. Both hair curlers and curling irons contain heating elements controlled by a thermostat. In addition, a thermal cutoff or fuse prevents appliance burnouts due to overheating.
In a set of curlers, a solid metal plate transfers heat from the element to the warming posts on which the rollers are placed.
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