Talus - Chrome Heating Element - 300w Standard

Talus - Chrome Heating Element
300w Standard

HB Essentials
Brand: HB Essentials
Product Code: 23644
Brand: HB Essentials
Was: £63.00
RRP: £102.00
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Key Product Info
  • 60°C Operating Temperature
  • Guarantee: 1 Year
  • Easy Installation
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  • SKU
  • Brand
    HB Essentials
  • Range
  • Colour
  • Heat Output (T60)
    / 300 Watts
  • Heating Element Type
    Single Function Class 1/2 Insulated
  • Control Type
  • Operating Modes
    Single Function On/Off
  • Operating Temperature
  • Power Supply
    220V-240V Fused Spur
  • IP Rating
  • Guarantee Length
    1 Year
  • Installation Required
    Yes (Wall Mount + Wiring)
Talus electric elements make sure your radiators are perfectly adjustable and deliver the right amount of heat every time. The standard option is a single heat, heating element with two positions (on and off) and is available in a variety of wattages ranging from 300w to 600w.

The Talus digital element is a little more complex and gives you more flexibility and control over your heating system. The thermostatic heating system allows the radiator temperature range to be selected from 30-60 degrees, in 7.5 degrees increments, so you really can customise your heating to your exact needs. It’s simple to use as well as stylish too, simply press the buttons to increase or decrease the temperature. The LED lights indicate the temperature setting, for at-a-glance checking. A 2-year guarantee gives you total peace of mind, and these elements can be used in a range of radiators and heated towel rails. Thanks to the ergonomic casing and use of smart LEDs, this is a user-friendly system that looks as good as it works.

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