SBH Baby Curve Towel Radiator 440 height

by SBH Radiators
Sale
£307.20
£215.04

The SBH Baby Curve Towel Radiator is an elegant and simple ladder rail. The smallest of the SBH curve range, this radiator is made from stainless steel with a contemporary look.

Although its small this towel rail will not leave you short of hanging space.  

With the wall fixings on the uprights you are left with uninterrupted hanging space the whole width of the rail.

The SBH Baby is a real quality rail and would look stunning in any bathroom.

  • Grade 304 Stainless Steel Radiator
  • Polished, Anthracite, Latte, Mocha or White Finish
  • Lifetime Guaranteed by SBH
  • Delivery in 2-3 working days
  • Fuel options: Central Heating, Electric, Temp Control Electric and Dual Fuel
  • Heating Output: Delta T50
Please note, electric only SBH Radiators come complete with the element fitted to the left hand side, ready for your installer. Central Heating Rails will need valves, which are available to purchase separately. Dual Fuel rails come with a T-piece and element, angled valves will need to be purchased seperatley.
Click here for our full range of Radiator Valves

**Radiator is supplied with brackets, blanking plugs, airvents, fixing screws, rawl plugs, airvent key and 1/2" connectors**

 

Height x Width mm
Wall to front face
Wall to pipe centres
Centre to Centre
Btu
Watts
440x600 130 55 570 507 147

Btu and Watts based on Polished finish.  For colours add 35% to output.

Due to the amount of options available with valves, our Radiators don't come with them as standard. 

As Valves can be confusing we have a simple guide below to explain further the choices available.

The kind of Valves you need will depend on the position of your pipes, and where they connect to your radiator:

  • If the pipes come up from the floor and they connect to the bottom of your radiator - you need straight valves.
  • If the pipes come up from the floor and connect to the side of your radiator - you need angled valves.
  • If the pipes come out of the wall and connect to the bottom or side of your radiator - you need corner valves

Then you will need to decide on how you want the radiator to be heated:

  • If you want the temperature controlled by your main thermostat - then you need a Manual Valve
  • If you want to be able to control your new radiator independantly of the main thermostat - then you need a Thermostatic Valve

Please click here for our range of Valves

If you want to speak to someone regarding the correct valve choice please call 01803 450330