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1230Btu. 387W. Steel construction with white, powder-coated finish to RAL 9016. Supplied with wall brackets, bleed plugs and fixings. Simple, stylish, flat design in white finish. Compatible with electric element. Tested to EN 442-1.

1230Btu. 387W. Steel construction with white, powder-coated finish to RAL 9016. Supplied with wall brackets, bleed plugs and fixings. Simple, stylish, flat design in white finish. Compatible with electric element. Tested to EN 442-1.
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2 of 2(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Kudox Flat Towel Radiator White 700 x 600mm 387W 1230Btu
Review 1 for Kudox Flat Towel Radiator White 700 x 600mm 387W 1230Btu
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towel rad
6 Jun 2011
By charles61284
, durham
"very strong and seems to have a reasonable amount of paint , protection etc to stop the rust better choice than chrome for wet rooms,bathrooms ex value."
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Review 2 for Kudox Flat Towel Radiator White 700 x 600mm 387W 1230Btu
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Not good for wet room
20 Feb 2012
By Clunk
, Isle of Wight
"Not getting wet but in a wet room, first orange spots appeared after just under a year, after two years its on the lower part of each pipe and round the valve entry points. Mainly due to condensation.
Rust on the top bleed valve and blanking cap as they are chrome on steel.
The powder coating is almost impossible to remove except where the rust is, so repainting is out.
Good heat and probably fine in a drier room."