Thermorail Heated Towel Ladder 90W 600 x 800mm Polished Stainless Steel

Product Code: 254388



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Product Information

Product Information

Heated towel rails are an affordable luxury for every bathroom for warming and drying your towels. The SS4412 heated towel rail is a 600x800 7 bar polished stainless steel ladder rail. The SS4412 electric towel dryer is a 12V unit, this means that it can be installed close to a wet area in the bathroom. The rail comes supplied with a transformer which reduces the incoming voltage from 240V to 12V. The rail will still operate at the same temperature and use the same amount of electricity as an equivalent 240V rail as the wattage is the same, however, the rail is operating at a lower voltage. The rail has a wiring point on both the left and right-hand side of the rail and can be wired at either the top or bottom of the rail. As it is a 12V unit and needs to be wired to a transformer the rail can only be hardwired. 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 week to run.

Features and benefits

IP Rating - IP55
Product Specification
  • Colour

    Polished Stainless Steel

  • Material

    304 Stainless Steel

  • Width


  • Height


  • Depth


  • Max Power Consumption


  • Range


  • Power Requirements


  • Accessory Type

    Heated Towel Rails

  • Assisted Living Suitability


  • Warranty

    10 Years
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  • Inclusions

    Heated Towel Rail

  • Number of Rails



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