Thermogroup Single Heated Vertical Bar Matte Black

W142xH900xD100mm  Plated to Order

Output: 30Watts
IP Rating: IP55
Warranty: 5yrs
Lead Length: 1.3m
Voltage: 12Volt
No of Bars: 1
Wiring Type: Concealed (hardwired)
Wiring Position: Top or bottom mounting position
Distance Between Mounting Points: (Top to Bottom) 780mm

PLEASE NOTE: Specifications are for information purposes only. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the product specifications are accurate, due to continuing product development and improvement the specifications are subject to change. Specifications can be used to rough in and fit timber supports in the wall however we recommend no holes are drilled without having the product on site or verifying the details with the manufacturer. Thermogroup cannot be held liable or responsible for errors due to updated specifications.

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$315.00

Description

A Heated Towel Rail is an affordable luxury for every bathroom. The Thermorail vertical heated towel rails are designed to help dry your towel and create a design statement in your bathroom particularly in bathrooms with limited wall space. The brushed gold finish of the VS900HBG matches perfectly in with your brushed gold or brushed brass tapware.

All Thermorail vertical heated towel rails include an optional towel hook which can be fitted on the rail at the time of install. This hook allows for the towel to be more easily hung over the vertical rail. Whilst the vertical rail will assist in drying your towel, it does have less surface contact then a ladder rail and therefore will be less effective in drying and warming your towel then a ladder.

The Thermorail single bar heated towel rails are all 12 volt which means they are safe to be installed anywhere in the bathroom, even close to water. All the 12-volt single bar rails are provided with a transformer in the box. We also recommend the use of a timer to control the rails and save on running costs.