Terma - MOA Electric Heating Element For Towel Radiator
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Transform your towel rail into an electric appliance with the Terma MOA heating
element! The Terma MOA fits subtly and seamlessly into almost any radiator.
When selecting the wattage element required, you must match it to the output of
the towel rail that the element will be installed into as closely as possible. Read
on to find out all the functions that Terma MOA offers.
Terma Heating Element Functionality
Terma MOA electric towel rail element offers 5 temperature settings ranging from
30°C to 60°C. It is equipped with an electronic temperature sensor that
guarantees precise temperature control. The Terma MOA electrical towel rail
radiator heating element displays the current set temperature level and the
status of the heating cycle using illuminated diodes. The thermostatic heating
element has very low power consumption in standby mode.
2-Hour Dryer Function
This function allows the setting of higher heating power for two hours, after
which the heating element returns to its previous setting.
Terma MOA Design
The MOA electrical element is supplied with a straight 1.5m long cable and
without a plug. It is also available with a ‘cable masking cover’ as an optional
Terma Towel Rail Element colour
Available colours: white, chrome and black. The towel warmer heating element
can also be offered in any RAL colour and Terma special colours (including brass
and gold) subject to a minimum order of 100 pcs per colour.
Intelligent Building Systems
In the event of a power failure, the MOA thermostatic element remembers the
previous setting, therefore making it suitable for connection to external timers
and intelligent building systems.
Terma MOA Heating Element Safety
MOA is equipped with frost protection (ANTIFREEZE), as well as double
protection against overheating of the radiator or towel rail. It displays warning
indicators in case of malfunction.
Operation in a dry radiator is prohibited; MOA has an active safety feature which
will cause the element to stop working if this occurs to avoid damaging the
Do not use the heating element in heating systems where the water temperature
exceeds 82° C.