Revive 1500H x 574W Traditional Column Towel Rail

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The Revive 1500H x 574W traditional column towel rail has been designed to complement its range of column radiators. Combining a towel warming rail and radiator in one elegant unit, it's the ideal addition to a large bathroom allowing you to continue the traditional look and warm feel throughout your home. Complete with access for a dual fuel summer element.


Please note: Radiator valves are not included, these are sold separately.



Weight
26.0kg
Manufacturer
Revive Radiators
Manufacturer Product Number
RTR150/57
EAN
0611550073224
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Warranty
5 Year
Warranty Terms and Conditions
Product Type
Towel Rail
Shape
Traditional
Colours From Stock
White
Radiator BTU Output
2736
Heat Output Watts
779
Height (Metric)
1500mm
Width (Metric)
574mm
Projection from wall
235mm
Installation PDF File
Product Questions
What watt element is required for the Revive 1500H x 574W Traditional Column Towel Rail, e.g. 250 watt, 400 watt etc
The element must not be any more than half the output of the towel rail, so 250 watt would be the correct element for the 1500 x 574 traditional column towel rail.
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I want an electric towel warmer for my bedroom. Do these just plug into a 3 pin wall socket?
Electric elements, installed into towel radiators require a fused spur. We would advise seeking the advice of a qualified electrician, as these are normally installed via a fused switched spur for bathrooms. This enables them to be isolated from outside a bathroom. Please see the manufacturers installation guide attached.
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Are your valves Bi-directional?

All of our valves are Bi-directional.

However, it is useful for you to know that due to the unique flow diverter, built within all Revive column radiators the flow MUST to be on the same side as the permanent blank which is the opposite side to the air vent bleed valve.

This is more a flow and return system thing, but is useful to know when thinking about your valves.

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