Electric Heated Towel Rail Radiator for Bathroom White Small Flat Wall Mounted 700 x 400mm
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- Product Code: B07CZMHJFS
700 x 400mm pre-filled electric heated towel rail with 14 bars offering ample room to hang your towels
A stylish and modern design constructed from low carbon steel with a crisp clean white finish
150 Watts, an impressive 760 BTU output
Please note that a qualified electrician must be used to install electrical appliances.
CE Approved with a fantastic FREE 10 year guarantee
Fixing Brackets Included
Included with the radiators are the heavy-duty fixing brackets which bolt directly to the wall creating a firm installation. These are finished in the same colour as the heated towel rail to ensure a smart and seamless look to your new installation.
Ideal for Warming & Drying
Heated towel rails aren’t just for those looking to improve the aesthetics of their bathroom, they’re also great for warming up your towels while you’re in the bath or shower and for drying them afterwards. They’re also a fantastic source of heat so you’ll never need to worry about your bathroom being cold again!
10 Year Cover Included
When buying products for your home you need to know that they’re going to stand the test of time, especially in a moisture rich environment like the bathroom. This is why this product comes with a fantastic 10 year cover against any manufacturing defects should the worst happen and the product is not up to standard.
Powered by Electric
Are you looking a heated towel rail but you don’t have central heating in your bathroom? Well this DuraTherm electric towel rail may just be the solution. An electric towel rail can be installed even if you don’t have central heating, making it a simple solution to your towel drying needs!
Space can come at a premium in a bathroom and that’s why this towel rail is wall mounted, allowing you to maximise space without compromising on storage space for your towels.
|Flat 700 x 400mm - 150W Chrome||Curved 700 x 400mm - 150W Chrome||Flat 1100 x 500mm - 250W White||Flat 1100 x 500mm - 250W Chrome||Curved 1100 x 500mm - 250W Chrome|
|Dimensions||700mm (H) x 400mm (W)||700mm (H) x 400mm (W)||700mm (H) x 400mm (W)||1100mm (H) x 500mm (W)||1100mm (H) x 500mm (W)||1100mm (H) x 500mm (W)|
|Number of Rails||14 bars||14 bars||14 bars||23 bars||23 bars||23 bars|
|Heat Output||760 BTU||601 BTU||604 BTU||1279 BTU||1011 BTU||1010 BTU|
|Wattage||150 W||150 W||150 W||250 W||250 W||250 W|
|Maximum Working Pressure||0.6 Bar||0.6 Bar||0.6 Bar||0.6 Bar||0.6 Bar||0.6 Bar|
|Product Dimensions||40 x 3 x 70 cm|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Customer questions and answers
- Please can you confirm the items IP ratingThis is an electric Towel rail in which the water is heated by an element inserted at the bottom. The electrical security in terms of water making direct contact with electricity is dependant on the element not on the towel rail itself. The element is actually an elictrical coil contained within a metal sheath and i… see more This is an electric Towel rail in which the water is heated by an element inserted at the bottom. The electrical security in terms of water making direct contact with electricity is dependant on the element not on the towel rail itself. The element is actually an elictrical coil contained within a metal sheath and it is that which is in direct contact with the water. It is designed for the purpose. I suppose it is possible in time for the sheath to corode but that is true of all electrical heating elements such as immersion heaters etc. Normally the element would fail and be replaced long before that situation arose. Even if it did the earth leakage circuit breaker in the consumer control unit would trip and render the circuit dead. see less
- how much dos it cost to runI don't know the exact answer to this question. You can work out the cost per hour when it is on though. Simply multiply the wattage in KW by the unit price per KWHr on your tarriff. If the wattage is only 400 watts that is 0.4 of a Kw so you would multiply the unit price by 0.4 - not by 400. As it is controlled by… see more I don't know the exact answer to this question. You can work out the cost per hour when it is on though. Simply multiply the wattage in KW by the unit price per KWHr on your tarriff. If the wattage is only 400 watts that is 0.4 of a Kw so you would multiply the unit price by 0.4 - not by 400. As it is controlled by a thermostat the time it is on will depend upon the temperature of the room it is in which will vary throughout the year. see less
- Is the 700x400mm heater water or oil filled PleaseGood morning, The radiators are oil filled. … see more Good morning, The radiators are oil filled. Kindest regards, Customer Support see less
- I want to buy one for a bedroom but Will it be compatible for a bedroom?? also how do i wire into a plug socket??Not sure it would be big enough for a bedroom. We have it in a cloakroom and it's plenty warm enough. We had an electrician to fit it as it has no plug, it needs wiring in.