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Heated Towel Rail Install Instructions
Heated Towel Rail Install Instructions

Please read through these instructions before installation


Radiant heated towel rails are manufactured to the following standard:

AS/NZ 3350.1.2002
SAA Approved Certificate V 07911
IP Rating IP34
Rated Voltage 240v
Touch temperature less than 60 deg C

The towel rail is designed for drying towels and is intended for use in residential and hotel bathrooms. The towel rail must in installed in accordance with local wiring regulations and it is
recommended that it is installed at least 600 mm above floor level.


The towel rail is supplied with a three pin plug and can be plugged into a standard GPO. Alternatively it can be hired wired to a switch by a licensed electrician see hard wire information
at the end of the instructions.


Care of your towel rail
The Radiant heated towel rails are manufactured from stainless steel and it is recommended that you clean them regularly with a soft damp cloth. If you need to use a cleaning product, you should only use a product suitable for cleaning a polished stainless steel surface.

Step 1

Fix the 4 brackets to the towel rail using the 4 short screws provided, ensuring that the grub screws are pointing downwards. You will need to tighten the brackets sufficiently so that they sit at 90 degrees to the towel rail.

Step 1

Step 2

Hold the towel rail in the required position on the wall and carefully mark the centre of the bracket positions. Use a spirit level to ensure that the marks are level and check measure to ensure that they are the correct distance apart.
Drill 4 holes and attach the mounting studs as shown in the diagram.


NOTE: The wall plugs provided are designed for brick walls, if you are fixing to timber studs, you should use suitable timber screws. If you are fixing to plasterboard, you should use special plasterboard fixings to properly support the weight of the towel rail.

Step 2

Step 3

Slide the towel rail over the mounting studs as shown and then tighten the grub screws with the allen key provided. Once in position the towel rail can be plugged in and used immediately.

Step 3a

Step 3b

Hard Wiring Options

If you choose to hard wire the towel rail to a separate switch, the work must be carried out by a licensed electrician.

To hard wire the towel rail with the cable flex concealed, first remove the 3 pin plug and slide the 5th bracket over the wire.
This bracket is then fixed to the towel rail using the small screw provided.
The cable should then be fed through a conduit in the wall to a separate switch or timer switch see drawing opposite.

Hard wiring 1

Cable exists 35mm from the base of the towel rail as shown' (left or right side)

The towel rail can be hard wired directly
to a switch as shown in the drawing. (see above)

Hard Wiring 2

Cable exists 35mm from the base of the towel rail as shown' (left or right side)






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