Towel Bar Accessory (Round, Polished Finish)
LAVA® Radiant Panels Description
Turn your LAVA® radiant panel into a towel warmer with this round towel bar accessory.
- Available for LAVA® panels
- Two bars are permitted for 250- and 500-watt units; three bars are permitted for 750-watt units; and four bars are permitted for 1,000-watt units
- Polished stainless steel finish
- Comes with mounting hardware
Documents & Manuals
- Hardwired Timer and Switch Generic Wiring Diagram
- LAVA® Installation Manual
- LAVA® LED Installation Manual
- Comparison Chart for Timers and Switches for Towel Warmers or Radiant Panels
- LAVA Sell Sheet
- Radiant Panels Comparison Chart - LAVA and Ember
Customer Questions & Answers
Can a LAVA panel be mounted on the ceiling?
No, a LAVA radiant panel can't be mounted on the ceiling.
Can I mount LAVA unit in a recessed area in the wall?
We recommend a 3/4" edge joint/space perimeter around the glass for air circulation and easier installation. Furthermore, no flammable materials may be used around the LAVA. It's required by UL that the “On/Off” switch must be operable and visible. Please check with your local electrical code prior to installing your Lava panel for restrictions on placement.
Where can my LAVA panel by mounted?
A LAVA panel cannot be installed in "wet locations" such as showers or saunas. The top, bottom, and sides of the unit must not be closer than 12 inches from any other object or surface in order to effectively radiate heat. The LAVA panels may not be placed behind doors. Please check with your local electrical code prior to installing your LAVA panel for restrictions on placement.
What should I do if my LAVA panel is making a buzzing sound when on?
Verify that the mounting bolts are fully tightened on the rail. If not, tighten them until snug. If bolts are tight, look behind the LAVA and check to see if the rail is touching the rear of the enclosure. If it is—that is the cause of the sound. Solution: Take some felt, and attach it in between the rail and enclosure.
What should I do if my LAVA radiant panel won’t heat up?
Verify 120V power at the connection to the panel at the junction box at the rear of the panel. Verify the panel power switch is in the "ON" position (if equipped). LAVA internal temperature limiters may have actuated. Turn off the unit using the "Power" switch on the panel and wait 30-60 minutes for the unit to reset. Turn the unit back on and operate normally.
If you experience additional issues, please give us a call at 1-800-875-5285.
How far from the panel will the heat substantially radiate and where should it be aimed?
Radiant heat travels through air, and typically heats up objects closer to the panel first and then the rest of the room later. Heat from the panel can be easily detected from about 3-4 feet. Ideally, the radiant panel should be aimed onto the area with more use, since that will be the surface that will warm up first.
LAVA® Radiant Panels achieved an average rating of 5.0 stars with 4 reviews by our customers.
Beautiful and warm radiant panel!
William L., Kingston, PA on 01/30/2019
This was very easy to install and wire, and does a great job in being the primary heat source for a finished attic.
My customer is thrilled with their Lava radiant heat panel!
Caputo, MAPLEWOOD, NJ on 07/28/2016
My customer is thrilled with their Lava radiant heat panel. It is a focal point of the bathroom and really adds a nice design element to the space. Because it is the summer, they haven't been able to utilize the Lava panel for a heat source but they are looking forward to it. The programmable thermostat makes it so easy to control the temperature of the bathroom. The installation was very simple with the hardware given.
Anonymous, New York, on 12/04/2012
Anonymous, New York, on 12/04/2012