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9th November 2019
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Sofia so good from MHS Radiators
MHS Radiators has introduced Sofia - a new steel towel rail which is available in central heating and electric options. Boasting a bold cylindrical frame, adorned with flat rectangular tubes, this stylish heat emitter is complemented by a combination of high heat outputs and a plethora of finishes - allowing it to effortlessly dry and warm numerous towels, while creating a visual impact in any space.
The Sofia is also reversible, so the vertical tubes can either be on the left or right hand side.
The new rail can be selected in three heights, 1312, 1536 and 1760mm, with widths spanning from 500 to 600mm. Central heating versions yield impressive outputs, varying from 563 to 875 Watts, while electric counterparts range from 600 to 900 Watts - offering scope to easily heat up larger bathrooms.
MHS Radiators has carefully selected a stunning collection of finishes for the Sofia range. 'Quartz Dust' is a standout example, with its fine textured coating harmonising well with all bathroom styles. Other stocked finishes, such as a matt white 'Milky', 'Sparkling Grey' and 'Sparkling Black', can also seamlessly blend in, or add character to an interior.
Alex Bradley, Operations Manager at MHS Radiators, comments: "The Sofia is a great addition to our ever-growing range of towel rails. It's an exceptional model, offering a wealth of sizes, outputs, and finishes, making it an ideal choice for modern bathrooms."
The Sofia is available from stock and can be delivered in two to three days and comes with a five-year manufacturer's guarantee supplied as standard. A two-year guarantee is provided on electrical components.
The MHS Twin Valve can be paired with the Sofia for a neat installation.
For more information on MHS Radiators, or to download the new Product Guide, visit:
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