Terma Retro Traditional Designer Towel Rail - Old Copper

SKU
12681
  • Elegant Traditional Aesthetic
  • Old Copper Galvanised Coating
  • 1.5mm Thick Carbon Steel
  • Beautiful Ball-Jointed Accents
  • Excellent for Period Properties
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Options & Sizes Qty
RETRO-C 1051 BTU 504mm x 1170mm x 54mm
RRP £622.8
Our Price £359.99 inc. VAT
  • Product Specifications
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    SKU 12681
    Brand Terma
    Product Weight (kg) 10
    Depth (mm) 54
    Height (mm) 1170
    Width (mm) 504
    BTUs ΔT50 1051
    Watts ΔT50 308
    BTUs ΔT30 541
    Watts ΔT30 158
    BTUs ΔT60 1332
    Watts ΔT60 390
    Material Carbon Steel
    Material Thickness (mm) 1.5
    Colour Copper
    Number of Bars 7
    Inlet Size 1/2" (15mm)
    Inlet Location Bottom, far corners
    Pipe Centres (mm) 450
    Pipe Centre to Floor (mm) N/A
    Wall to Centre Tapping (mm) 39 - 49
    Projection from Wall (mm) 102 - 112
    Max Pressure Working Pressure x 1.3
    Max System Temperature (°C) 95
    Safety Accreditation CE Certified. Manufactured to EN442 guidelines.
  • Manuals & Installation

    Download the Terma Retro technical drawing assembly diagram here.

    Download the Terma radiator manual here.

    Terma Retro Traditional Designer Towel Rails must be professionally installed by a qualified plumber: this is not a DIY task.

    These radiators have adjustable wall brackets which gives them a fitted depth of 102 - 112mm.

  • Warranty

    Terma Retro Traditional Designer Towel Rails come with an 8 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty.

  • Delivery Info

    This item is available with free next working day delivery. You can choose your delivery date from our calendar at the checkout. Next working day delivery dates are available when you order before 12pm (excluding weekends).

    Orders of multiple items may be shipped on a pallet. If you are ordering multiple different items, we will always endeavour to dispatch your goods together. However, separate dispatches may be necessary if the items you have ordered are being shipped from different locations. Check our delivery page or speak to our customer service team for more information.

    Please be aware that delivery times and charges may be increased if you want the items delivered to addresses in the Scottish Highlands & Islands, or outside the UK mainland. This will be calculated when you enter your postcode at the checkout.

  • Product Specifications
    More Information
    SKU 12681
    Brand Terma
    Product Weight (kg) 10
    Depth (mm) 54
    Height (mm) 1170
    Width (mm) 504
    BTUs ΔT50 1051
    Watts ΔT50 308
    BTUs ΔT30 541
    Watts ΔT30 158
    BTUs ΔT60 1332
    Watts ΔT60 390
    Material Carbon Steel
    Material Thickness (mm) 1.5
    Colour Copper
    Number of Bars 7
    Inlet Size 1/2" (15mm)
    Inlet Location Bottom, far corners
    Pipe Centres (mm) 450
    Pipe Centre to Floor (mm) N/A
    Wall to Centre Tapping (mm) 39 - 49
    Projection from Wall (mm) 102 - 112
    Max Pressure Working Pressure x 1.3
    Max System Temperature (°C) 95
    Safety Accreditation CE Certified. Manufactured to EN442 guidelines.

The Terma Retro Traditional Designer Towel Rail takes inspiration from classic designs, helping to create a period feel with true distinction and poise. These designer towel rails are the ideal choice for homes looking to convey a traditional aesthetic, with their galvanised old copper finish and steel tubing. The Terma Retro Traditional Designer Towel Rail is also available in a subtle brushed nickel finish.

 

    • Refined Traditional Aesthetic
    • Old Copper Galvanised Coating
    • 1.5mm Thick Carbon Steel
    • Inlet Size: 1/2" (15mm)
    • Inlet Located on Bottom Far Corners of Rail
    • Max System Temperature: 95°C
    • Wall to Centre Tapping: 39-49mm
    • Projection from Wall: 102-112mm
    • Max Pressure: Working Pressure x 1.3
    • Includes Brackets, Screws & Plugs
    • Valves Not Supplied
    • CE & EN442 Certified

The BTUs above are based on a standard ΔT of ΔT50. This means a difference of 50 °C between the desired temperature of your rooms and the average water temperature of your system. It’s the standard to use if your boiler has an average water temperature of 70 °C.

Of course, the temperature of the water in your system will affect the heat output of your radiators – and not all systems operate at the same temperature. If the water is hotter, the heat output will increase. If the water is cooler, the heat output will decrease, and you may need more radiators to heat the space. If your system has an average temperature of 80 °C – common in older boilers – you should use BTUs measured at ΔT60. If your system has an average temperature of 50 °C – typical for low energy eco boilers – you should use BTUs measured at ΔT30. You can find these values in the specification tab. Remember, all heat outputs are approximations only, affected by a variety of different factors. If you are at all unsure, give our customer service team a call before buying, or check with a qualified plumber.