Demista Heated Mirror Demister Pad 7070/1900 700mm x 1932mm 230V
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Part Code: 7070/1900
|Range||Demista 230V Mirror Demister|
|Model||Mirror Heating Pad 700mm x 1932mm 230V|
An ultra thin self-adhesive heating pad that fits inconspicuously behind virtually any mirror keeping the mirror completely mist free.
The Mirror Demister represents the most up-to-date standards in technology giving a high degree of temperature stability, with complete resistance to moisture, vibration, shock, dust and ageing.
Fits to the back of virtually any mirror, new or existing, and simply wires into the bathroom lighting in accordance with instructions.
Mirror Demister can also be connected to the fan or separate switch if preferred.
|Dimensions||1932 x 700 mm|
|Heat Output (per sqm)||200 W|
|Pad Thickness||Less than 1mm|
|Product Type||Mirror Demister|
|Terminal Block Thickness||5mm Diameter x 7mm Depth|
Frequently Asked Questions
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