Carisa "Baron" Polished Anodised Aluminium Designer Towel Rails (2 Sizes)

  • In Stock
  • Btus: 1565 - 2087
  • Watts: 459 - 612
Carisa "Baron" Polished Anodised Aluminium Designer Towel Rails (2 Sizes)
  • Carisa "Baron" Polished Anodised Aluminium Designer Towel Rails (2 Sizes)
  • Carisa "Baron" Polished Anodised Aluminium Designer Towel Rails (2 Sizes)

The Carisa range of Aluminium Towel Rail designs combine performance and beauty for a unique bathroom heating installation.

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Data sheet

Height (mm)
720mm, 1000mm
Width (mm)
Outer Finish
Polished Anodised
Output BTUs
1565, 2087
Output Watts
459, 612
Tube Bar Pattern
9 or 12 Sections
Fixing Kit
Supplied with Wall Mounting Brackets, Bleed Valve & Blank Plug
10 Years
Pipe Centres
Socket Width
1/2" BSP
Fuel Type
Central Heating
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Why are CARISA Towel Rails at the forefront of Designer Heating technology?

With a wealth of experience in the manufacture of reliable heating solutions the Carisa range takes this to a whole new level of unrivalled performance and beauty. The striking collection has been created, crafted and hand-finished by experts, using only the finest quality materials available.

"Baron" Designer Polished Anodised Aluminium Towel Rails

Available Models:

Baron 500mm(w) x 720mm(h) - 9 Sections / Bar Pattern 3 - 3 - 3 (1565 BTUs)
Baron 500mm(w) x 1000mm(h) - 12 Sections / Bar Pattern 3 - 3 - 3 - 3 (2087 BTUs)

Quality & Performance:

- Manufactured from High Quality Aluminium.
- All products tested to EN442, the harmonised European Standard.
- Tested to 10 bar of Pressure.
- 10 Year Manufacturer Guarantee.
- Polished Anodised Finish.
- Standard 1/2" BSP threaded valve connections.
- Supplied with Brackets, Blanking Plugs, Airvents, Fixing Screws and Raw Plugs, Bleed Key.


Please Note: Due to the bespoke nature of the CARISA range of products any returns would be subject to a standard Restocking Fee.

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°