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When decorating the bathroom, we want to adapt it to our needs and way of life. We run a very fast day mode, so for many of us, the best solution is to install a shower room in the bathroom instead of a bathtub.
The current trend for the arrangement of a bathing place is the wet room. Decorated in a minimalist style, flush with the bathroom floor and 1-2% slope towards the drain. In modern projects, all elements of the fittings are concealed. Still, traditional shower cabins are available on the market and many of us decide to do so, although many people would like to choose a flat shower tray. Wet rooms look aesthetically, elegantly and are much more functional.
THE CAUSE OF RESIGNATION FROM THE PROJECT
The main reason for abandoning a modern shower room is construction limitations. The lack of the possibility of forging into the floor deep enough to fit the trap contributes to the resignation of the dream wet room. A too shallow ceiling may contribute to the violation of the building structure, and thus pose a threat. In addition, it turns out that a waste trap with a height of 80 to 100 mm should be used for the shower tray, as a result of which the connection of the trap with the drain will be tilted upwards instead of downwards.
We are coming out to your dreams with a solution for flats and houses in which the thickness of the ceiling prevents drilling into the desired depth. The solution is the H + M Snake 50 mm waste trap. Its main characteristic feature is dimensions, but this is only the first advantage. The height is only 46 mm. Another strong point of this product is its high flow rate of 36l/min. This guarantees trouble-free use even when heavily loaded with water.
More parameters for the H + M Snake 50 mm trap can be found at the online store www.wetroomsdesign.co.uk.