Valdern 400W WATT HEATED ELECTRIC HEATING ELEMENT FOR BATHROOM TOWEL RAILS AND RADIATORS WARMERS/CHROME CAP

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  • Product Code: B07KB69HJ9
£29.99

    IP64 Rated Electric Heating Element - Also suitable for Dual Fuel Use

    Length 350mm , Diameter 12.5mm , Cable Length 1200mm, 1/2" BSP Standard Thread , Chrome Cap

    CE, TUV Certified

    2 Years Warranty

    This product is available in 150W - 300W - 400W and 600W, Please select suitable one according to your towel rail dimensions.

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    Product details

    Brand ‎Valdern

    This electric heating element is designed for installation in selected domestic decorative and towel radiators. It is not necessarily suitable for use with other products. The element can be used as electric only or in a centrally heated system ( Dual Fuel ) to provide heating of the towel rail when the central heating system switched off (e.g during the summer). Protection device fitted inside the heater prevents over heating of the towel rail. The element should not be tested out of water. The element must only be fitted at the bottom of the radiator.The element must be fitted to the radiator before mounting the radiator on the wall. These heaters are suitable for use as stand alone electrically heated or with all Open Vented Central Heating Systems. If they are used with sealed central heating systems or combination boiler systems, it is essential that you establish that there is adequate allowance for expansion. The work must be done to the standard in the Wiring Regulations and you should consider having work checked by a competent electrician to ensure it is safe.

    Customer questions and answers

    • how is the element fitted to towel rail ie is the towel rail filled with water after fitting element?
      I was able to isolate the towel radiator from the system as valves were fitted either side of the rail which left me with just the water in the rail itself. As the rail is fitted higher than normal on the wall I just put a bucket underneath, quck removal of old element and insert new one. Lost about 2 pints of water. A… see more I was able to isolate the towel radiator from the system as valves were fitted either side of the rail which left me with just the water in the rail itself. As the rail is fitted higher than normal on the wall I just put a bucket underneath, quck removal of old element and insert new one. Lost about 2 pints of water. And away we go. Air somewhere in the system but not shown itself yet but I will bleed all the rads to ensure it goes!! see less
    • Can this be fitted vertically downwards ? ie in the top of the radiator??
      Hi Sue Really don’t know why you would want the element fitted at the top with the cable pointing upwards. As the element gets hot the heat rises and warms the whole radiator. … see more Hi Sue Really don’t know why you would want the element fitted at the top with the cable pointing upwards. As the element gets hot the heat rises and warms the whole radiator. It will work if you fit it to the top but the bottom may take a little longer to get hot. If the radiator doesn’t have its own bleed nipple fitted don’t forget to fit one to the other side to where you are planning to fit the element. Fill the rad to 90-95% turn on and get the radiator hot then release the expansion pressure. Dave. see less
    • What is the thermostatic operating temperature? eg 70 degrees?
      70 C Degrees

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