500mm (w) x 1106mm (h) "Solar" Chrome Designer Towel Rail

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500mm (w) x 788mm (h) "Solar" Chrome Designer Towel Rail
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  • 500mm (w) x 788mm (h) "Solar" Chrome Designer Towel Rail

This is a heated towel rail with a difference - sleek flat bars create an ultra slim profile and a designer style to complement contemporary bathrooms and kitchens.

£319.00
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Data sheet

Height (mm)
1106mm
Width (mm)
500mm
Depth (mm)
60mm
Outer Finish
Sparkling Chrome
Material
Mild Steel
Design
Solar
Output BTUs
1841
Output Watts
539
Tube Bar Pattern
4 - 4 - 9
Fixing Kit
Four point chrome plated wall fixings
Accessories
Bleed Valves & Blank Plugs
Guarantee
5 Years
Projection
85mm - 95mm
Pipe Centres
430mm
Socket Width
1/2" BSP
Fuel Type
Central Heating
Brand
NWT Direct NWT Direct

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Why Buy This Chrome Designer Towel Rail?

"This is a heated towel rail with a difference - sleek flat bars create an ultra slim profile and a designer style to complement contemporary bathrooms and kitchens."

Product Description:

- Our range of towel rails are designed in house and manufactured at our modern factory.

- The high heat output of our towel rails are achieved from the sourcing of high quality steel finished with over 50 microns of chrome.

- All our heat output figures (BTU'S) are listed at Delta T50.

- We have designed the bar patterns of all our towel rails to optimise the surface area for heat output with spaces for functionality to allow you to hang your towels.

- All our towel rails are supplied with a wall mounting kit (including bleed valve and blank plugs)

- This towel rail is supplied with our 10 year manufacturer guarantee. (Euronorm BS EN 442). 

NOTE: Please do not compare this product with cheap imports, which will be aesthetically less appealing, have a poor finish and a reduced heat output.

This is just a guide for reference only, rooms may require more than one radiator. If this applies to you, divide the required output between the number of radiators required. All figures given are for Delta T 50°