Thermogroup SR44MBG Straight Round Ladder Heated Towel Rail with Switch

Output: 80Watts
IP Rating: IP55
Warranty: 7yrs
Lead Length: 1.8m
Voltage: 240Volt
No of Bars: 7
Wiring TypeMultiflex – Concealed (hardwired) or exposed (plugin)
Wiring Position Any of the four mounting positions
Distance Between Mounting Points (Top to Bottom) 600mm
Distance Between Mounting Points (Left to Right) 568mm
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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$746.00

Description

Heated Towel Rails are an affordable luxury for every bathroom for warming and drying your towels. The SR44MBG Heated Towel Rail is a 600×800 7 bar brushed gold ladder rail is ideally sized to fit two towels. The brushed gold finish matches in perfectly with your brushed gold tapware in the bathroom.

The SR44MBG towel heater features multiflex wiring. This means that you have a connection point on the right or left-hand side of the rail, this would be typically at the bottom but the rail can be flipped so that it is at the top and provides the option of hardwired or plugin, all as standard out of the box.

The electric towel rail is designed to rapidly heat up and reach a temperature of around 45-55 degrees. The rail can be operated using an on/off switch however we recommend using a timer to allow you to set and forget and control your running costs. As the rail is electric it is very energy efficient and can cost as little as a $1 a week to run.