Loft 7Bar 550Mm Str-Tdc-Pols

Compact in design, this rail is 550mm in width and can dry 2 bath sheets, ideal for a guest bathroom. A classic round design with the horizontal bars crossing over the side bars to provide a unique style that is both classic and modern. Fitted with a manual controller, you can switch your rail on and off as needed.

Shipment processing time:

All orders are processed within 1-5 business days.

Orders are not shipped or delivered on weekends or holidays.

If we are experiencing high volume of orders, shipments may be delayed by a few days. 

Shipping rates & delivery estimates:

Shipping charges for your order will be calculated at checkout dependent on size and weight of the product.

These charges are applicable for all products except Tiles.

If you’re interested in purchasing tiles, please contact the store first to get a quote for the delivery of tiles.

BB-LOF07221-PTS-POLS

R8,199.90

Click & Collect Available at Ormonde Store.

Pay using PayFast or Direct Bank Transfer 

The no.1 purpose of a heated towel rail is to dry towels. The benefits of that include, hygienic towels, less laundry washes, towel storage and a touch of warmth at bath time. Features include the ability to install the rail upside down or right side up, made possible by DUAL Entry electrical connections. The energy consumption is equivalent to 90 watts of electricity.

Towel Holding Capacity: This model has the capacity to dry 2 x folded bath sheets.

Heated and Drying Times: 

  • Heated Towel Rail to Heat-Up: 10 – 15 mins
  • To add a touch of warmth to a dry towel: 30 – 45 mins (when folded correctly in four layers)
  • To dry an average used, damp towel: 4 – 5 hours (when folded correctly in four layers)

Estimated Running Cost: R72/month* (*Electricity costs calculated according to July 2020 COJ rates average cost R1.48/kwh. Based on running time 24/7 at 75% setting)

Built-In Controller: The discreetly built-in PTSelect (Personal Temperature Selection) Switch will enable you to switch the heated towel rail on and off as well as adjust the temperature to suite your personal heat preference.

Electrical Wiring: This electric towel rail is hardwired and the electrical connection must be completed by an electrician. This product has a Dual-Entry electrical connection which means it has both LEFT and RIGHT electrical connections, and can be connected to any of the two sides straight out of the box to better suit your electrical point.

Material: Grade 304 Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel has a natural resistance to corrosion and therefore does not require a protective coating which makes this product ideal for the bathroom environment. The shiny polished Stainless Steel finish is often confused with a Chrome finish, however the two could not be more different. While stainless steel will not peel or flake, chrome products on the other hand are susceptible to chipping and pitting due to the nature of a coated surface.

Cleaning and Care: To keep the product in pristine condition, simply wipe it down with a warm damp cloth and then buff dry with a microfiber cloth. You could also on occasion, use a Chlorine-free stainless steel cleaner to maintain the gorgeous shine. If you use a stainless steel polish, make sure it is abrasive free. When cleaning wall surfaces around your heated towel rail make sure not to use any household detergents that contain Chlorine-based chemicals such as bleach, this will cause permanent damage to the surface of the stainless steel.

What’s in the box: 
Heated Towel Rail
Mounting kit which includes masonry wall fasteners [Fischer UX 6mm Plastic Plugs and Screws (2 pieces), Fischer UX 8mm Plastic Plugs and Screws (3 pieces)]
Installation Instructions (1 piece)
Mounting template (1 piece)

Tools needed (not supplied): 
Drill & Drill bits

  • 6mm and 8mm Diamond drill bit – if drilling through Ceramic tiles
  • 6mm and 8mm Masonry drill bit – if drilling into Masonry (Brick)

Measuring tape
Pencil
PH2 screwdriver
Spirit level

Installation Tip: 

  • Check for water pipes before drilling
  • In Masonry walls, always drill a smaller pilot hole first for better accuracy regarding location and sizing

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