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See parts included Technical specification

Wiper Showerbase Wet Room Kit is a ready to install tray with all the features and accessories to create stunning modern walk-in shower.

In short words: Showerbase is a ready to tile tray made of XPS foam that comes with a integrated linear drain and is covered with a waterproofing sealing mat.

The XPS foam is a lightweight but sturdy material. It comes in three different thicknesses 20, 28 and 35 mm. The foam tray features four-way pre-machined 4-way falls for easier and more precise tilling. Ready made falls greatly simplifies whole shower building process. XPS also isolates the floor thermically and acoustically which can significantly improve housing quality.

Linear drain integrated with the tray is a high quality Wiper Elite stainless steel drain. It comes already securely installed inside the tray along the shorter edge. The drain features height regulation in 8-12 mm range. That helps with uncommon tile thickness and gives you more freedom with adhesive application. It also meets strict building regulations that require secondary backup water drainage under the tiles. This system helps escape the water if it gets trapped under the tiles when it soaks through the grouts.

You can choose between four different drain grille covers designs (see picture below). This one is a PURE cover which is designed to be tiled over as the rest of the showerbase.

Another great component that is included with the base is the special sealing mat. It is made of an polyethylene film coated with a special non-woven fabric on both sides, for better bonding with the adhesive. It's elastic and bridges any substrate cracks. It greatly improves tray waterproofness.

Showerbase wetroom kit comes with a standard McAlpine waste trap included.

Tray size

Showerlay is a wet room tray available in 14 standard sizes. The drain is located parallel to the shorter edge. A larger tray offers more space for greater comfort. Your tray size should be chosen to match room and enclosure size. Our trays can be trimmed down to size or to avoid obstacles.

Drain Cover
  • Pure (tileable)

There are 6 drain cover patterns available. The flow rate is the same for all of them. They are interchangeable and can be swapped even after installation. Each drain sent out is equipped with a lifting hook which makes cleaning easy.

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Based on current settings, if you Add to cart current set and then order, you will receive the following items:
Waterproofing Kit

Size: not included

Underfloor Heating Kit

Size: not included

Shower Screen

Size: not included

 
  • Double waterproofness (XPS + sealing mat)
  • Easy to install, no need for special tools or preparation
  • Ready made 4-way falls
  • Available in three different thicknesses 20,28 or 35 mm
  • Thermal and acoustic insulation
  • Regulated channel height
  • Backup water drainage
  • Oversize sealing mat
  • Hardness of the surface layer allows to cement even very small mosaics
  • Waste trap included
  • Suitable for wooden and concrete floors
  • Can be used with most popular tile thicknesses and sizes
  • Long manufacturer warranty
  • Bespoke size possible (increased price and delivery time)
Product is suitable for:
Timber floor Concrete floor Tiles Mosaic

Grating patterns available for this product:

Grating - Designs - Slim

Wet Room Kit Advantages

Channel length
700 mm
Grate style
Pure (slot)
Height
1000 mm
Width
1000 mm
Thickness
20 · 30 · 40 mm
Trimming
Both sides: up to 50 mm.
Material
XPS foam sheet
Reinforcement
Cementous glue & waterproofing membrane fabric
Fall
4-way 2% towards the drain
Additionals
Tanking kit
Drain surface
brush
Cleaning
From above (Easy clean system)
Model
Line
Set consists
Wet room tray · integrated linear drain body · drain grating · siphon trap
Size
1000 x 1000 mm
Ufh Mat
Complete Underfloor Heating Kit
It is possible to include a complete Underfloor Heating Kit to your order. All you need to do is to choose the required size. Additional package, with heating mat, appropriate thermostat, sensor and instructions will be dispatched together with the other goods.

To calculate required mat size you need to get square coverage of the floor and exclude any permanent / fixed fixtures from them. It is also recommended to buy slightly smaller mat than calculated size - you can shape it but cannot cut the cables, therefore too large mat could not be installed.

SUNFLOOR Underfloor Heating
The SUNFLOOR Electric Heating Mat is a unique type of floor heating mat. The system has been designed to be used on an existing tiled floor or an existing finished floor, so that floor heating can still be installed there. The mat is approximately 4 mm thick and can be included in a layer of adhesive without any demolishing or grinding. The mat fits virtually underneath the surface. This decreases the heating time of the floor, that also makes this system suitable for rooms that are not permanently occupied including bathrooms, studies, playrooms, etc.

Heating mat
Underfloor heating mat set consists of all necessary parts for installation. One Thermostat is needed for every 23 m² of heating mat. It is included as optional, to allow ordering mat for custom areas, for example if you need 13 m² of mat total, you should buy 10 m² with one of the thermostats set as include and 3 m² with thermostat not included. In case you require less mat coverage than possible to buy from our product pictures, for example 14.5 m² you should always round low with your purchase and buy 14 m² as the mat is impossible to cut. It can be shaped but not shortened to size.

  • 2.5 meter 3-core supply cable
  • Fully encased in an aluminium earthed sheath
  • Unique blind connection between the heating and the connection cable
  • Chrome/Nickel resistance wire
  • PTFE (Teflon) insulation
  • PVC protective sheath
  • 10 -11 watt per meter resistance wire, 230 Volt
  • Cable diameter approximately 4 mm
  • Complies with current NEN standards for installation in completely wet rooms
UFH Sunfloor Thermostat
Thermostat

The C16Wi-Fi is an intuitive programmable thermostat used to control the electrical floor heating system or water heating system. It will keep home comfortable temp whilst minimizing energy use. Install the app on your smartphone to control the heating system remotely with the WiFi thermostat.

Specification:

  • Voltage: 230 Volt - 50/60 Hz
  • Maximum load: 16A / 3600W
  • Temperature range: +5 to +40°C
  • IP class: IP21
  • Testing: CE
  • Cable spec.: ≤ 2,5 mm²
  • Standby power: ~ 2W
  • Size: 85 x 85 mm
  • Integral room sensor and floor sensor
  • Colour: white or black
Magnum X - Treme Control
This stylish, colourful and refined digital clock thermostat has been specially designed for electric heating systems. The MAGNUM X-treme Control is supplied with every MAGNUM floor heating set (Mat,Cable and Foil types), including external floor sensor, a built-in air sensor and three different frames that suit most brands of switching equipment. The MAGNUM X-treme Control is simple and intuitive to operate using touch sensitive buttons under the display. The new chameleon function is simple to adapt to the colour of your interior. The stylish screensaver shows the time, temperature and current mode without touching the thermostat. The MAGNUM X-treme Control has a new help function that appears after 10 seconds in the menu with a complete description of the setting in question. The MAGNUM X-treme Control also has a wooden floor function whereby the temperature is limited to 28°C. This makes the MAGNUM X-treme Control the idea and safe solution for every electric heating system.

Specification:
  • Voltage: 230 Volt - 50/60 Hz
  • Maximum capacity: 16A - 3600 watt
  • Temperature range: +5 to +40°C
  • Frame: IP21
  • Color: Polar white (RAL 9010)
  • Testing: FI/CE
Technical details:
  • Control via touch sensitive keys
  • Chameleon function (8 colour themes)
  • Screensaver night clock
  • Automatic start-up menu
  • Slow start-up function
  • Wooden floor function (28 °C limit)
  • Automatic summer and winter times
  • Multi-programme function (2 periods per day)
  • Programming multilingual
  • Including floor and air sensors
  • Multi-frame adapter system for: Gira, Jung, Elko, Merten, Busch Jager, etc.
Magnum Manual Thermostat
In some situations the digital regulation is not required and so the preference is for a simple on/off operation. Specifically industrial applications where the heating must remain on at all times. Therefore MAGNUM has designed the Standard Control: a simple on/off thermostat with temperature regulation that is clearly easy to operate.

Specification:
  • Voltage: 230 Volt - 50/60 Hz
  • Maximum load: 16A / 230 V
  • Temperature range: +5 to +40°C
  • Housing: IP21
  • Color: Polar white (RAL 9010)
  • Testing: CE
Technical details:
  • On/off thermostat complete with temperature regulation
  • Including floor sensor
  • Integral room sensor and floor limit sensor
  • Multi frame adapter system for: Gira, Jung, Elko, Merten, Busch Jager, etc.
Tanking Liquid

The tanking kit is a ready-mixed, under-tile tanking system to protect water sensitive substrates from exposure to water. Suitable for wet areas such as bathrooms, showers in residential buildings, hotels, old people's homes and hospitals. Should not be used in places exposed to pressurised water, for an instance swimming pools. Ready to use, no mixing required and easy to apply with a roller. The kit includes a high performance joint reinforcing tape to protect against movement in floor joins and corners etc. The contents are all INSIDE the bucket and the contents are protected in the bucket with polystyrene infill's to stop transit damage.The instructions are printed on the rear of the tanking kit.

For anti-moisture insulation systems in wet rooms and rooms intended for human residence. The tanking liquid is a ready-to-use singlecomponent, solvent-free sealant composed of polymer dispersion, fillers and modifying additives. When applied to the surface, upon binding it creates a flexible and water-insulating layer.

Tanking Liquid
Tanking kit contains:
  • 4kg Tanking Liquid
  • 1l Primer
  • 10 Metres flexible Sealing Tape
  • 2 Flexible Pipe Collars
  • 2 Corners

Features:
  • Consumption to 1,2kg/m²
  • Solvent free
  • Drying time: 2h
Tanking Liquid

Tanking liquid
The tanking liquid is a ready to use, single component, solvent-free sealant mass, consisting of polymer dispersion, fillers and additives. When applied to a substrate and cured, it forms a flexible waterproofing coating. The product is intended for use inside places intended for human residence, especially in humid areas (such as bathrooms, kitchens, laundries), to perform insulation against moisture under linings and coverings, such as ceramic tiles, glazed tiles, terracotta, wooden floors and panels, and synthetic carpets.

Primer

The product is intended for priming absorbent and porous surfaces, inside and outside buildings. It is especially recommended for cement - limestone plaster, gas concrete, plaster-carton boards and cement plaster. The primer has a high penetration ability, is deeply absorbed into the substrate, thus strengthening it, while allowing for „breathing”. These benefits improve the structure of the substrates, which, due to the passage of time, have lost their appropriate parameters. The priming solution improves adhesion to the surface of other materials that will be used on the primed substrate. By reducing the absorbency of the substrate, the wear of the applied coating materials, emulsion paints, glues, mineral putties reduces as well. The solution, due to the content of the biocide and fungicide, protects the primed substrate against the formation of mold and bacteria in the product.

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I purchased your pure linear drain shower tray last year and I am only getting round to installing it now. I will have to bring the level up with backer board to get the tile up to the drain. What is best practice for applying the backer boards over ...

Dear Customer,

Tile backer boards need to have proper thickness. Distance from the shower tray surface to the top edge of the vertical frame of integrated drain is fixed, 15 mm, so is the maximum thickness for all your material that is going to be fitted on top of it. If your tiles are for example 8 mm, then 6 mm tile backer board should be used and 1 mm layer of tile adhesive.

Boards need to be cut diagonally, to match the angle of the premachined slopes on top of the shower tray. Backer boards can be stuck to the shower tray with tile adhesive, as the tray is covered with material that connects to tile adhesive well on both sides.

Hope that helps, if you have any questions I will be happy to assist.

David 020 7193 0953


Can shower tray be made measure?

Dear Customer,

I can confirm that we can create custom shower tray made to size, it would cost more and we would need more time to deliver (6 business days) but yes, we can basically create any shower tray which is smaller than 2000 mm x 1200 mm. It will probably cost more approximately £50 more than standard shower tray of similar specification.

Please send us dimensions, thickness, drain position, it's style and if you require any waterproofing kit to our email: shop@wetroomsdesign.co.uk. I will prepare proper technical diagram, quote and will reply with all the necessary details.

I am happy to help in case of any questions.

David 020 7193 0953


Hi mum is now disabled I have to install a wet room ...her bathroom now is a 1700 £ —900 bath shower a toilet and basin total room size 5m2 on a concrete floor could you please advise me on what I will need for this job Thanks Graham Dewey ...

Dear Graham,

I am sorry to hear about your mom, we've got an article that you might find interesting: 3 More Benefits of a Walk In Shower When You Have Mobility Issues.

Regarding your query, 900 x 1700 is one of our standard wet room kit size. They are available in versions with Linear or Square drain. Basically after buying them you will receive everything you need: 900 x 1700 premachined board (falls from every corner of the tray to every corner of the drain) integrated stainless steel channel, grating pattern (6 available) and suitable McAlpine waste siphon trap. 

In addition, you can choose to include the waterproofing kit. Each kit increases the price by £59, so if you went for 6m2˛, it would cost additional £118 total. With the waterproofing kit, you have everything you need to fit the wet room kit and seal it, after doing this it's ready for tiling.

If you have any questions I will be happy to help.

Adam 017 0927 3601


Is it necessary use tanking kit to install this tray?

Dear Simon,

The Showerlay comes with already integrated and waterproofed 500 mm long stainless steel channel drain. Shower tray itself doesn't require additional waterproofing, however we always recommend to do this, especially for timber flooring. Floor/wall joints as well as the splash area should be protected against water and that's where the tanking kit comes really handy.

Waterproofing kit which can be included to this product, is very efficient, one kit covers 3.2 square metres, contains 4kg tanking liquid, 1l primer, 10m sealing tape, 2 corners and 2 pipe collars. It can be purchased for £59 each, while normal price is £99.

If you have any questions I will be happy to help.

Adam 017 0927 3601


What shower tray thickness should I choose for my timber floor wet room? Do I also need tile backer boards to level up rest of the floor? Can I buy them in your store? Thanks

Dear Ryan,

There are 3 thicknesses available: 20, 28 and 35 mm and they state how thick shower tray is on the edges. They are much shallower near the drain, which is a result of having premachined diagonal slopes towards the drain.

Floor boards are usually 20 mm thick and to install the shower tray you need to remove them to expose the joists, create battons, fix them to the joists and then mount at least 18 mm thick marine ply between the joists. This will create solid even support for wet room kit, which requires to be underboarded beneath entire surface. 

By doing this, you will actually replace the floor board with tile backer board and this will allow to avoid total floor height increase.

Alternatively you can lay the shower tray straight on top of the floor boards but you will need to use tile backer boards to bring up rest of the floor height to the shower tray level.

You can find range of tile backer boards here.

Peter 020 7193 5485


What is delivery time for concealed shower tray?

Hello,

Showerlay wet room kit former is available for next day delivery and same day dispatch if order is placed before 3 o'clock. Our courier, TNT delivers from 9am - 6pm. Tracking number with shipping confirmation is sent just after goods are in transit. There's no additional delivery cost.

If you have any questions I will be happy to help.

Peter 017 0927 3601


what size tanking kit would I need for tongue and groove flooring for a 1200X800 tray and which thicknes tray?

Dear Customer,

It depends on your total shower area. Is 800 x 1200 total size of the floor in your shower or is it extended by drying area? If not, one waterproofing kit will be more than enough. Each waterproofing kit covers 3.2 square metres with 2 layers.

Wet room kit comes with drain already integrated and waterproofed so main points of concern are floor/wall joints. The kit is the best for this as it contains 10m sealing tape, 2 corners and 2 pipe collars. If you can spare the tanking liquid, extra waterproofing is always good and should be used to protect the shower area and splash area (extends the shower area by 500 mm off each edge).

We have 30 days unconditional returns right policy so you might want to buy additional kit and if you don't use it you can send it back to us for a full refund.

If you have any questions I will be happy to help.

David 020 7193 0953


What clearance is needed from the end to the floor joist? I see 150mm on the plan but is more needed due to the trap?

Dear Customer,

Distance from the shower tray's top edge to the top edge of the drain is 150 mm and 192 mm to the centre of the waste trap.

You will need approximately 65 mm of height below the shower tray, it's diameter is approximately 8 cm. It is completely rotatable and it's pipe can be adjusted.

If you have any questions I will be happy to help.

David 020 7193 0953


what determines thickness selected 20,28 or 35 mm?

Dear Customer,

Biggest difference between thicknesses of the board is the slope the shower tray provides. Thicker shower tray provides sharper slope. This might prevent water from pooling if plenty of water will be going through the shower, although even 20 mm thick tray provides sufficient gradient to make water flow towards the drain. As the bottleneck of the flow rate is the waste siphon trap and we include exactly the same to any thickness it does not determine maximum capacity of the shower tray which is always 26 l/min.

For timber flooring 20 mm thick tray is recommended, because floor boards usually are 18 mm thick and by proper installation you can avoid increasing rest of the floor height. If you have much space you can go for thicker tray if you prefer to have steeper shower.

20 mm thick trays are the most popular one, therefore we carry largest amount of them in our warehouse for next day delivery. Some of 35 mm thick trays might be available within 3 business days.

If you have any questions I will be happy to help.

David 020 7193 0953


can the 20mm board be used to replace floorboards in a bathroom with standard 400mm joist centres thanks

Dear Customer,

20 mm thick shower tray is the best for timber floor type. Because floorboards usually are 20 mm thick, 20 mm thick shower tray should be a good solution. According to our fitting recommendations, you need to:

1. Remove floor boards to expose the joists,

2. Prepare and fix battons to the joists, approximately 20 mm from their, upper level.

3. Mount at least 18 mm thick marine ply between the joists, on top of the battons.

4. By doing this, marine ply should be the same level the joists are and this should be a solid support for the shower tray.

5. Shower tray can be fixed using tile adhesive.

If you have any questions I will be happy to help.

Kind regards,

David 020 7193 0953


Can we trim the tray Cut to size?

Dear Customer,

I can confirm that our shower trays can be cut to avoid obstacles and trim the shower tray down to size. How much it can be trimmed it depends on the size of the shower tray and shape of the integrated drainage.

Please let me know what's the size of your shower area and I will confirm which is the best shower tray that would fit your space.

I am happy to assist if you have any questions.

Regards 017 0927 3601


I ordered a linear grating wiper 70mm premium ponente , order ref ( xvdnvrvjp ) which has been misplaced I would like to purchase another

Dear Customer,

We are able to supply grates replacement for our drains, though they are not available on our website as a separate products. Please call us 020 7193 0953 Mon-Fri 8am-5pm and we will place the order for you over the phone. For your information they are interchangeable so you can choose any of the 6 available patterns.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

David 020 7193 0953


We'd like to use this slot drain in a 1100 wide x 800 deep alcove, with 600 x 600 tiles. I assume we need to make tiles to either side slope slightly? what do you recommend. thanks Jeremy

Dear Jeremy,

If you have 800 x 1100 mm of space, it might be better to go for 800 x 1200 wet room tray with drain already integrated and slope premachined from every corner of the board to every corner of the drain. It's a very delicate slope yet sufficient for effective water flow.

Shower trays can be cut to avoid obstacles or trimmed down to size, 1200 mm side can be easily cut to 1100 mm with a standard handsaw.

In case you prefer to use a linear drain - that's also possible, however you would need to put an effort to prepare the slope on your own.

If you have any questions I will be happy to help.

Adam 017 0927 3601


done this include the gully and waste?

Dear Customer,

Yes it does.

It consists of the 800 x 1500 mm board, integrated 500 mm long stainless steel channel, Pure grating and McAlpine waste trap. There's option to include the waterproofing kit if you don't have your own waterproofing materials.

We sell complete products with everything included, waterproofing kit is very useful for this shower tray.

Kind regards,

Peter 017 0927 3601


do you do other sizes?

Dear Customer,

This shower tray is available in 11 sizes, 4 square and 7 rectangular shapes. You can find them all here:

https://wetroomsdesign.co.uk/wet-room-shower-trays

We can also supply custom sized shower tray, please contact us to receive individual quote. These formers can be cut to avoid obstacles or shorten down to size with a standard handsaw.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Kind regards


My client's wet room area is only 680 wide. Could we trim the 800 tray down to that size without effecting the drainage fall

Dear Customer,

Yes, our showerlay can be trimmed to size using regular handsaw. It is very easy and doesn't do any harm to the tray. When trimming, make sure you cut it for equal distances from both sides to preserve premade fall the drain.

We can also supply custom sized shower tray, please contact us to receive individual quote if you are interested.

If you have any questions I will be happy to help.

Kind regards

Agnes


Hi I am after a 900 x 1400 tray, is it ok to cut 100mm off the 1500 tray and if so I imagine it is taken off the end opposite the waste?

Dear Customer,

I can confirm that the wet room kits we supply are trimmable, you can cut them down to size or to avoid obstacles with a standard handsaw. We recommend to take equal bits from each side to make sure that premachined slope is preserved, for example if you want to take 100 mm from one dimension you should take 50 mm from the top and 50 mm from the bottom.

If you have any questions I will be happy to help.

Kind regards,

David 020 7193 0953


Is this shower tray ok to sit just on the 400mm spaced floor joists or will it need ply under it?

Hello,

It has be underboarded, but by proper installation you can effective make it sit on the joists. Please see our fitting instructions, they describe it well:

https://wetroomsdesign.co.uk/wet-room-kit-shower-tray-installation-instructions-timber-floor

I am happy to help if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David M.

020 7193 0953


Please advise the availability of 2 x Showerlay Wiper 800 x 1500 mm Line Pure at 20mm thick.

Dear Customer,

These shower trays are available with next day delivery. We currently have over a dozen of them in our warehouse. There's a deadline of 3 o'clock to have them shipped same day. Waterproofing kit has no impact on delivery time, we do have plenty of them, no matter if you order them or not order will not be delayed.

Let me know if you have any additional questions, I will be happy to help.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Does the tray come with drain cover and trap? Or do I have to buy this separate

Dear Customer,

Product is complete, so you don't need to buy anything separately. Drainage channel is integrated with the board and it also comes with grate (6 patterns available) and McAlpine waste trap.

There's option to include the waterproofing kit to your order, which I would especially recommend for timber flooring. It is very cost efficient, only £59 / 3m2˛ (2 coats).

I am happy to help if you have any questions.

Kind regards

Peter 020 7193 0953


Is it possible for me to purchase just the trap and if so how do I place an order?

Dear Customer,

We can supply just the trap suitable for that drain, it would cost 20 + 10 for delivery. They are currently unavailable on our website, to place the order please call me and I will arrange your order & payment over the phone.

Kind regards

David M 020 7193 0953


Hi, can you confirm the waste, trap and drain cover over are provided? Which drain pattern is provided? Thanks Tyler

Dear Tyler,

I can confirm that for the price which is visible on the product page you would receive:

- bloard with premachined slopes

- integrated stainless steel channel drain

- grate, in this particular case it would be tileable Pure grate that would be included

- McAlpine waste trap

You can also include a waterproofing kit to your order, but that's optional.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Peter T

020 7193 0953


Your installation of wet room kit in timber floor shows channel direction parallel to floor joist direction;in my case floor joists run at right angles to channel;does this mean I have to notch at least 1,possibly 2 joists to accomodate bottom of ch ...

Hello,

Thank you for your question.

Nothing the joists is not recommended. It is much better option to try to find a drain with different outlet position or maybe just the linear drain itself and create your own sloped floor.

Waste trap they are equippped with is completely rotatable and it's pipe is adjustable.

I am happy to help if you have any questions.

Kind regards


Can this be tiled onto?

Hello,

Yes, this drain is both suitable for tiled floor and tilng the grating.

It is the most universal product type, it will accept variety of finish materials, from vinyl to stone and marble.

There's restriction though - it has to be covered with that material entirely (including the cover).

David M

020 7193 0953


Why is there a choice of tray thickness. Are the different thicknesses for different types of flooring. Is the thinnest tray not as strong as the others?

Dear Customer,

The biggest difference between each thickness is the slope, thicker shower tray provides larger slope, however even 20 mm thick tray provides sufficient slope for free water fall.

As they all have to be underboarded, even 20 mm thick shower tray is strong enough to bear a lot of weight.

For timber flooring 20 mm thick shower tray is the best option, if you have more space then you could go for thicker one, it might prevent water from getting outside the shower if you're going to have plenty of water going through it.

I am happy to help if you have any questions.

Kind regards

Matt B 020 7193 0953


i need a wet room shower base 1500x 800 that we can use with a vinyl floor covering

Hello,

We've got a product which should match your needs, Showerlay 800 x 1500 mm Line Invisible. It is suitable for vinyl flooring, however has to be covered entirely, including the grating.Â

Waterproofing is also highly recommended prior to fitting. There's an option to include or not a waterproofing kit before adding it to your shopping cart. It costs £59 / 3 m2˛ and convers that area with 2 coats. 

I am happy to help if you have any questions.

Kind regards

Adam S 017 0927 3601


Can electric underfloor heating be used on this product?

Dear Customer,

I confirm that our shower trays are suitable with underfloor heating if it's fitted on top of them.

They are based on XPS foam which is great insulator, therefore if UFH was installed under them, it would provide only limited warmth. Floor on top of the tray would not be as warm as on the rest of the room.

Please notice that the tray has 15 mm lip and that's the space you have to accomodate your tiles, UFH and tile adhesive. You should check how thick are your tiles and UFH if together are less than 15 mm it should be fine to be used on our tray.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


I am interested in item Reference: 43498; do you ship to France and if yes; what cost?

Dear Customer,

We do ship to France, we can supply to any place in the EU actually. There's no additional fee, price shown on our site includes tax and delivery.

To buy something and have it delivered to France, please choose your country during checkout and that's it. Place a regular order.

I am happy to help if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


How do I tile on top? Is there a pattern to follow?

Dear Customer,

The shower tray is 4-way slope, there's a line from the corner of the board to the corner of the drain. Your tiles have to be cut according to that.

You can see the technical diagram on the appropriate tab, it shows the slope. In general you should something which looks like an envelope once the installation is over.

I am happy to help if you have any further questions.

Kind regards

Adam 017 0927 3601


Can you provide a video installation. instruction? Can the linear drain cover be tiled

Hello,

Unfortunately we do not have a video showing the process of fitting, however it's quite well descrbied on our fitting instructions help and support page available both for concrete and timber floors:

Wet room Kit shower tray installation instructions | Timber floor Wet room Kit shower tray installation instructions | Concrete floor It's very easy as you can see but that's why you actually but wet room tray base - to make fitting easy and fast.

Last name in the product indicates grating pattern, in this case it's Pure which means that the drain must be filled with tiles.

I am happy to help if you have any questions.

Adam S 017 0927 3601


Does this tray work for a concrete floor?

Dear Customer,

Yes, our shower trays are suitable for concrete and wooden floors. Wet room kits are available in three thicknesses: 20, 28 and 35 mm. Every thickness is suitable for concrete floor. I have attached fitting instruction for this type of floor, you can read it by clicking the following link:

https://wetroomsdesign.co.uk/wet-room-kit-shower-tray-installation-instructions-concrete-floor

I am happy to assist if you have any further questions.

Kind regards

Agnes D. 020 7193 0953


Are you able to ship to Australia? What would the cost be? Thanks

Hello,

How many of them would you like to buy? Would this ba an order for a single product or do you want to order more of them, a pallet for example?

I think shipping is possible, what's the price and time acceptable for you that's the question.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Is it ok to lay this tray onto insulation board as the main floor is being built up on this above the concrete oversite and then 40mm liquid screed on top?

Hello,

I think that this way of preparing a base for the tray should work well, however that 40 mm liquid screed may cause a problem because there's a drainage integrated with the tray which vertical upstand is 15 mm high. You would need to cast the tray somewhere in the screed layer, 15 mm from it's surface. If you're able to deal with that, our product should work well. It has integrated & waterproofed drainage, McAlpine waste trap with pipe and slopes, should be safe and easy to fit and convenient to use.

I am happy to assist if you have any questions.

David 020 7193 0953


hi do you do delivery to Perth Western Australia 6110 and if so how much. Thanks

Hello,

How many of them would you like to buy? When do you need this shower tray? This is a new product in our store and we do not have it in stock yet, so the delivery of this product takes longer because it is produced only after placing the order. Production and delivery can take up to 25 days.

Please, let us know how many of them you require and we will prepare a delivery quote.

Kind regards

Agnes D.
Customer service


What thickness of tile is recommended

Hello,

It depends on your floor base, for timber floor we highly recommend 20 mm thick board and that's because of floor boards' thickness. With proper installation they can be simply replaced. Please see our fitting instructions for more details.

Only real difference between each thicknesses is the slope. Thicker shower tray is steeper at the same time. It might be beneficial to prevent water from getting outside shower area if you think you will have plenty of water running through your shower, however the most important thing to achieve is to have tray flushed with rest of the floor level.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


If I fit this tray do I need to put tile backing board on top of it? If i do add the backing board do I then need to use the tanking kit over the backing board and then tile it? It doesn't look like there is enough room between the tray and the top ...

Hi,

The showerlay itself is covered with material that is perfect for tile-on, however please notice that it comes with integrated drainage which is 15 mm high, therefore you need to check your tile thickness. If your tiles are 10-14 mm thick, using tile backing board is not necessary, if your tiles are thinner then you may need to use tile backing boards to level the tiles with the drain's frame. Tiles must be flushed with the frame, otherwise water will not be drained.

In addition, if your tiles are thicker than 14 mm, we have alternative solution - Showerlay Invisible - it doesn't have any vertical frame at all so there's no restriction for your finish material height, however it have to be covered with your tiles, or other material (marble, stone) entirely. 

Kind regards

Agnes


I'm wanting to trim around 150mm off the end furthest away from the drain, what's the maximum that can be removed from this end?

Hello,

This shower tray can be trimmed to a minimum size of 960 x 960 mm, however we highly recommend to take equal bits from each opposite ends so premachined slope towards the drain is presever.

If you wanted to take 150 mm only from further end of the tray you it would make your floor uneven, one end would be higher than the opposite one. It would be possible to take 75 mm from one end and 75 from the opposite one and that would effectively shorten the tray down by 150 mm.

Alternatively we can offer bespoke, custom shower tray. It would have perfect slopes and would be the size your need without having to trim it, however unlike other products on our website it would take longer to have it delivered (would need to be manufactured first) which can take 6-10 business days and would cost more.

I am happy to help if you have any quesitons.

Kind regards

Adam 017 0927 3601


What is the maximum thickness tile that I can use on this tray? Thanks.

Hello,

This tray will accept standard-thickness tiles, from 4-14 mm. Distance from the shower tray surface surrounding the drain to the vertical upstand edge is 15 mm. If your tiles are significantly lower or thicker, then please see Showerlay Invisible. It will accept any thickness tiles, however it must always be tiled on entirely, including the grating.

I am happy to help if you have any further questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


What's the guarantee on this item please?

Hello,

We do have 30 days unconditional return right - if you receive the item and don't like it, you can just send it back to us and receive a full refund.

Manufacturer gives 10 years guarantee on that drain. We sold thousands of them and Customers are very happy with the product - we barely had any product with them.

Kind regards

David


What are your office opening hours ?Are you open on an Saturday please ?

Hello,

We are not working during weekends, sometimes we do reply to emails and phone calls.

You can visit our Rotherham warehouse from Monday to Friday, 9am - 6 pm.

Let me know if you have any questions about our products or service.

Kind regards

Adam 017 0927 3601


Do you sell the tanking liquid separately?

Hello,

Yes, tanking liquid is available separately, however it's less cost efficient. Waterproofing kit is available at comparable price and contains materials that you will probably need to use anyway.

There's special category in our store: Tanking liquid.

I am happy to assist if you have any further questions.

Kin regards

David 020 7193 0953


can i fix Imperboard direct to a timber stud wall [ without ply shearthing ] and if so what centres are the studs best set at? thanks j

Dear Customer,

Yes you can fix to a timber stud wall. You can use 10 or 12mm: 10mm - 300mm centres, 12mm - 400mm centres.

I am happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards


is this product ok with under floor electric heating please

Hello,

Yes. This product can be used with underfloor heating. The heating device should be installed on top of the tray.

It is based on XPS which is good insulator against sound and warmth, therefore if it was installed under the board it would limit the warmth that could go through the tray.

Please notice that the vertical frame of the drain integrated with that tray is 15 mm and that's the space to fit your tiles, tile adhesive and underfloor heating into.

That can go slightly above the frame, never under. If your total material is much thicker than 15 mm we have another tray, we call it Invisible, it doesn't have any restriction about finish material thickness, although it has other - must be covered with it entirely.

Kind regards


Can this former be trimmed.

Dear Rich,

Yes, that's one of feature of those trays. You can use a handsaw to trim them down to size or to avoid obstacles such as uneven walls or corners.

900 x 900 mm tray can be shorten down to a minimum size of 760 x 760, although if you wanted to trim it to be smaller than 800 x 800, then I would recommend to go for 800 x 800 mm wet room tray instead, as it's also one of our standard size.

If you wanted to avoid obstacles it's fine to cut only from one side, however if you wanted to shorten it down to let's say 850 x 850, you should take 25 mm from each side, so pre-machined slopes towards the drain are preserved.

Please notice that we can also supply custom sizes. Let us know what's your shower area and we will reply with the best solution for yourself.

I am happy to assist if you have any further questions.

Kind Regards

David 020 7193 0953


Hi, Could you please advise if this could be placed on concrete? Thanks Kirsty

Dear Kirsty,

Thanks for your question.

Those wet room trays only require solid, even surface underneath them, therefore they are 100% suitable with concrete and timber floors.

Depending on how much space you have there, you have an option of 20, 28 and 35 mm thick tray. Thicker tray gives more slope, which can be beneficial if you're going to have plenty of water going through your shower area.

I am happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


what is the weight of the the tray ? thanks

Dear Alastair,

Total weight of this wet room tray is approximately 10 kg. It consist of stainless steel linear drain channel which increases it's weight significantly.

Please notice that it always needs to be underboarded, so it doesn't really matter because marine ply can bear weight of several hundred kilograms.

I am happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Do the tiles when fitting to the surface have to be cut at the tangent where the fall to the drain is?

Dear John,

That's correct. You must cut your tiles according to the premachined slope on top of the tray.

There are diagonal slopes from every corner of the tray to every corner of the drain and your tiles must be cut according to that. Please see technical diagram on one of the information tab, it's shown there.

I am happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Please can you tell me if you can or have a wet room shower tray with the measurements of 90inches length and 55 inches wide ? Many thanks

Dear Mark,

Yes I can confirm that we are able to supply custom product of required specification. It will have increased price and delivery time, but yes, we can manufacture and deliver even such big wet room trays.

Your personalised quote with technical diagram and all other details about transaction is on it's way and please expect another email from myself within 15 minutes.

Thanks for being interested in our products.

Kind regards

David M 020 7193 0953


The tray is going onto a concrete/screed flloor and the surrounding height can be adjusted to suit. Which is the best thickness of tray to go for? Basically, why are there differing thicknesses of tray?

Dear Harvey,

The only real benefit from thicker tray is the slope. Thicker tray is steeper, so if you're going to have a lot of water going through the shower area it can be beneficial to have thicker shower tray. However even 20 mm thick tray will provide sufficient slope so no matter where the water drops it will still be drained.

20 mm is the most popular thickness and recommended especially for timber floors (because floor boards are usually of similar thickness) and by proper installation you can simply replace them. If you have concrete floor and more space thicker tray can be a good option as well.

I am happy to help if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Can the tray be used with inscreed underfloor heating cables?

Dear Dave,

I can confirm that this shower tray can be used with inscreed underfloor heating cables. Please notice though that XPS, which is the material this shower tray is based on is great heat insulator, therefor if you underfloor heating was installed under the tray, it would have only a limited impact on your tiles level.

We advise to install UFH only on top of the tray, directly below the tiles. Alternatively you can install the heating on the area surrounding the tray. Hot water usually provides enough warmth and heating on the other areas of the floor in a shower can help evaporate water much quicker than it normally is.

I am happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


could I mount a toilet on it for a shower toilet combination?

Hello Andre,

No. You cannot put anything on top of the wet room tray because it's sloped on the entire surface. This is a tray, that must be tiled on and should serve only as shower area.

If you wanted to mount toilet or some furniture you could go for smaller wet room tray and use tile backer board on the remaining floor area. It would be even and could be used for putting down other bathroom fixtures.

I am happy to assist if you have any further questions.

Adam 020 7193 0953


I have bought and installed your Showerlay Wiper 800 x 1500 Line Pure shower tray and am about to tile it. we want to use mosaic tiles which are just 6mm thick. After tanking and adhesive the tiles are likely to be about 4 mm below the level of the ...

Dear Lawrence,

I understand your concern. Please notice that while having the future floor level under the frame's height is not acceptable, having tiles sitting slightly above the frame is fine. Ideal situation is where tiles are sitting flushed with the frame.

There are 2 solutions:

- using multiple layer of tile adhesive. After first layer is dry you can apply another to build up height which will allow your mosaic tiles to be flushed with the drain's frame.

- using tile backer boards. You'd need to get 6 mm thick tile backer boards, cut them according to the slopes on the tray and fit them prior to finishing it with mosaic.

In both case the most important thing to do is not jeopardizing the slopes on top of the tray. There are diagonal slopes from every corner of the tray to every corner of the drain.

I am happy to assist if you have any further questions.

Kind regards


I have one of your 900 x 1600 20mm thick wiper trays. I am well pleased with it. I am about to start on my second ensuite bathroom and I do not quite understand why if you have a thicker tray the slope will be greater?

Dear Richard,

I am glad to hear that you are happy with our wet room tray installation.

This is correct. Thicker tray provides steeper slope. This can be beneficial if plenty of water is going through your shower area. However it will require more space to be installed.

Even 20 mm thick tray provides sufficient slope for a single shower head though.

I am happy to assist if you have any further questions.

Kind regards

David M 020 7193 0953


Can I trim down the length of the wetroom floor former by 20 cm? Thank you

Dear Claire,

This wet room tray can be trimmed down to a minimum size of 660 by 960. It depends on which size you want to cut down. If you want to shorten the longer side then yes, you can trim it down by 20 mm.

Please notice that we recommend to take equal bits from each opposite side to make sure that premachined slope towards the drain is preserved. Cutting them down to a size is one of their features, it's perfectly safe and can be easily done with a pencil and handsaw.

We can also offer bespoke trays manufactured to size, they are more expensive though and takes longer to have them delivered. Let me know if you're interested.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


This looks great, I'm looking to have a 1200 x 2300mm walk in shower with a 1200 returning screen. This would be perfect (I think) I don't know what height I need though the intent was to use a 18 or 22 mm structural backing board and wanted this to ...

Dear Tom,

Thank you for being interested in our products. 1200 x 1200 would be fine shower tray for 1200 x 2300 mm wet room enclosed by a shower screen.

According to our fitting instructions, we recommend to remove floor boards, fix battens to the joints and mount at least 18 mm thick marine plywood in between the joints so the ply and joints are on the same level. Then you can fit the tray on top of that prepared supports.

In such case your tray just replace the floor board. If you want to use 18 mm thick backer boards on the remaining floor area I would recommend to go for 35 mm thick tray.

Kind regards

David M 020 7193 0953


Hi, is 20mm tile backer board suitable to lay directly onto floor joists to replace the old chipboard & then tile on top of? Is it strong enough for that? Cheers, LJ.

Dear LJ,

No. Tile backer board cannot replace floor boards.

You should:

- remove existing floor boards

- fix battens to the sides of the joints

- mount at least 18 mm thick marine ply in between the joists on top of the battens

- cover newly created floor with tile backer boards and proceed to tiling

I am happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards


Planning a bathroom design and wanted to use a wet room shower tray. We want to use wood tile that are 200 mm x 1200 mm. Is it possible to use this size tile on a tray measuring 900 mm x 1850 mm w center drain?

Hello,

It would be possible to tile on 900 x 1850 mm tray with 200 x 1200 mm tiles. Please notice that this tray has slopes from every corner of the tray to every corner of the drain.

Tiles will require careful cutting but yes, the tray is suitable with even large format tiles.

I am happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards


- Looking at the 900 x 1700mm wet room shower tray. Is this compatible with Topps Tiles waterproofing kit/underfloor heating/wet room kit? I had all of the Topps Tiles kit on order but their tray is only 1500 whereas yours at 1700 would fit the room ...

- Looking at the 900 x 1700mm wet room shower tray. Is this compatible with Topps Tiles waterproofing kit/underfloor heating/wet room kit? I had all of the Topps Tiles kit on order but their tray is only 1500 whereas yours at 1700 would fit the room space exactly.

It should be perfectly compatible with products from them, but you need to know that most of our products are suitable with 4-14 mm thick tiles. Our wet room kits are designed perfect for 8-10 mm thick tiles.

- Why is only one of the drain covers say it's suitable for tiling? Surely the tray will always be tiled over?

One of the covers (called Pure) must be tiled in. Every tray must be tiled over, but this one special grating must be filled in with tiles. It would be completely tiled after the installation (you would only see small channels allowing the water to flow).

- Is there any issue using this on a wooden chipboard floor? (I am aware that the floor will need to be cut out and noggins and boards added between so as it is firm and level).

The tray can be installed on a timber floor. It just needs to be supported beneath entire surface. You would either need to remove the floor boards, fix battens to the sides of the joists and then mount ply in between the joists or you could just lay directly on the floor boards.

I am happy to assist in case of any further questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Hi there I would like know is it 800mm wide for 1200mm long??

Hello,

Yes, it's 800 mm wide (drain is located parallel to this, shorter edge) and 1200 mm long.

There'a technical diagram shown on a tab named that.

I am also going to send it to your e-mail so you can have a look.

I will be happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards


We need a tray which is 1300 x 900?

Hello,

900 x 1300 is not one of our standard shower tray size at the moment.

You could either go for 900 x 1500 and trim it down to size or we could offer bespoke product.

Trimming the wet room trays to size is one of their features, standard procedure which can be easily done with a handsaw. I can confirm that 900 x 1500 can be trimmed to 900 x 1300 mm.

Alternatively we could offer 900 x 1300 bespoke tray, it would take longer to receive it, 6-10 days (because it would need to be produced first) and would cost more.

Let me know if you are interested and I will reply with exact quote.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Are these suitable for underfloor heating?

Hello,

Yes, I can confirm that these trays are suitable with Underfloor heating.

They are based on good insulator - XPS - therefore your UFH should be installed on top of the tray, under the tiles. If it was installed under the tray, it would only have a very limited effect.

Please notice that there is a limited space from the shower tray surface to the upper grate edge. In case of this tray it is 20 mm you have to accomodate your underfloor heating, tile adhesive and tiles.

I am happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Hi. Is it possible to trim the size of your wet room kits? We have a 1150 x 800mm space, so would need to reduce the length of your 1200x800 product. Many thanks, Dan

Hello,

Yes, trimming them down to size is one of their features. 50 mm from one side is a very little and definitely can be trimmed off. This tray can be shorten down to a minimum size of 560 by 960 mm. 

It can be done with a regular handsaw. If possible, please cut the equal bits from each side to preserve premachined slopes towards the drain.

I will be happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards


Can this product be cut to size? Thank you

Hi Will,

Yes, trimming down to size is one of the features of these trays. It can be easily done with a standard handsaw.

If possible we recommend to cut equal bits from each opposite side so premachined slope is preserved, for eg if you want to trim height by 100 mm, you should cut 50 mm from the top and 50 mm from the bottom.

We alternatively can offer these trays in bespoke sized version, however price and delivery time would be increased.

I will be happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Does it come in white?

Dear David,

This product is a wet room former that must be covered with tiles, therefore it is not visible after the installation.

It's colour is brown, which is reinforcement glue colour. If you do not like tileable wet room trays, we can offer stone resin shower trays available in various colours here:

https://wetroomsdesign.co.uk/mineral-shower-trays

I will be happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Hi, I have recently purchased a shower lay wiper 900/1700 shower tray former that I intend to install next week but have a query. Once the tray is installed and I have applied the appropriate tanking liquid to it, if water were to get through the ti ...

Dear Peter,

That's correct, the frame goes above the tray for approximalely 15 mm.

Tiles are normally 8-12 mm and to build up the space you would need to use a layer or multiple layers of tile adhesive. You can apply a new layer once the first once is dry.

Alternatively you can use tile backer boards. You would need to cut them according to their slopes and cover the tray with them.

I will be happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards


Can this tray be used with a mortex finish and instead of tiling the waste that could also be mortexed?

Dear Kevin,

While our wet room trays are designed for tiles they are also suitable for other material types like stone, mosaic, marble or polished concrete.

The only restriction is that the drain integrated to the tray protrudes for 15 above the tray. You must make your future floor level flushed with the drain frame. If you can set the tray at correct height, cover it with floor levelling compound and then cover with Mortex it will work fine.

Another thing you should bear in mind is the slopes on the tray which must be preserved. It will be difficult but you should try to cover the tray with mortex layer equally thick on it's entire surface.

Fitting would require more effort, however yes, our trays are suitable with polished concrete-like materials, for an instance Mortex.

Thanks for being interested in our products.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Can product be used with vinyl & ultimately for wheelchair user?

Dear Oliver,

This product is designed to be used with tile or similar floor covering materials like marble, stone or mosaic.

At the moment we do not have any product that is suitable for vinyl floor covering and wheelchair use at the same time.

We do have a drain that would match your requirements, available here:

Linear drain Wiper 600 mm Invisible

However your builder would need to make sure that there are proper slopes made on the floor.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Is this tray suitable for electric underfloor heating to go onto?

Dear David,

This tray is suitable underfloor heating usage. However because it's a good insulator it can limit the effect underfloor heating provides if it's installed under the tray. It's best to install it on top of the tray, under the tiles.

To do that you need to take into consideration that there is 15 mm vertical frame, which is fixed and cannot be adjusted. Your material installed on top of the tray (including tiles) can go slightly above the frame but it's not recommended to have it several mm above. Ideally it's flushed with the drain, for an instance you would need 6 mm UHF mat, 8 mm tiles and 1 mm for tile adhesive.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Hi, Would you send this product to New Zealand? If so could you flick me a quote for a 1200x1200 black shower tray incl postage? Thanks

Dear Eachann,

We have checked delivery options to New Zealand, options are unfortunately quite expensive:

- TNT economy (approximately 9 business days) - £ 1255.80

- Ship delivery - (up to 47 days delivery) - £ 975.80.

This includes customs from UK to New Zeland.

Maybe we could deliver it to UK and then you could arrange it to be delivered to New Zealand on your own?

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


After I have installed this tray can I tile straight on top of it or do I need to create a gradient with my tiling?

Dear Oliver,

You can tile straight on top of the tray, it is reinforced with material that connects to tile adhesive very well.

Gradient is already premachined, in case of this tray the slopes are from every corner of the board to every corner of the tray.

It's crucial to cut your tiles according to the slope of the tray. You will need to diagonal cuts to match tiles shape to the slope. Please check Technical Drawing tab on the product page to see the slopes.

I will be happy to answer any more of your questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


can this tray be mounted on legs/frame off the floor? thanks.

Dear Paul,

It needs to be underboarded, therefore it could be installed on a frame, but you would need to fit plywood in between the frame's joists.

Kind regards

David M

020 7193 0953


Our tiler has raised concerns about using our small mosaic tiles on top of the wet room former as the tile is about 5mm shorter then the height of the stainless steel drainer. Would he simply build this up with his adhesive? He also raised concerns ...

Dear Nicola,

You need to make your mosaic flushed with the integrated drain's frame. It can go sligthly above, but should never be below the frame level.

It can be achieved either by using tile backer boards, which would need to be cut according to the shower tray slopes or with multiple layer of tile adhesive. 5 mm is distance difference could be made up by 2 layers of 2.5 mm tile adhesive.

I will be happy to assist if you have any other questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


I need a 700 by 1200 tile former. What are my options?

Dear David,

There are 2 options I would recommend:

- The tray available on this product page (800 x 1200) and cutting it down to size. One of their feature is that they are easily trimmable down to size. I can confirm that you cut cut it down to size to 700 x 1200 mm.

- Bespoke tray. It would have increased delivery time and cost but we could supply 700 x 1200 tray. Let me know if you are interested and I will send all the necessary details.

Kind regards

David M 020 7193 0953


Hi I am buying this product for a loft ectension wetroom. we are tiling with cement encaustic tiles, with that be ok? Thanks Sue

Dear Sue,

Thank you for your question. Encaustic tiles share most technical properties with standard ceramic tiles therefore yes, they should be suitable to be used with our shower tray.

Only requirements for tiles from our wet room kits is that:

- they should be of standard thickness: 4-14 mm

- they could be cut according to the slopes on the tray (either 4-way slope or 1-way slope),

- they will match shape of the tray (they won't be too big).

I will be happy to answer if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


We have the wiper tanking kit and have the instructions for the liquid and primer but nothing that says how the sealing tape/membrane is applied to this layer ? Ie: do we need to let it tac or does it go straight onto the tanking liquid ?Any advise ...

Dear Tracey,

Sealing membrane should be applied after applying first layer of tanking liquid. It works as a great adhesive to stick sealing membrane. If the first layer is already dry, you can use tile adhesive which also works well.

Everything should be covered with another tanking liquid layer afterwards.

Kind regards

David M 020 7193 0953


Does the product come with the white trap and short length of piping, as shown in the picture?

Dear Colin,

I can confirm that the product comes with every part shown on the first product picture, including waste trap and piping.

There are various different waste traps available for this gully, le tme know if you're interested and I will send you more details.

Please notice that this product is not recommended for wet areas such as showers, because it lacks insulation flange and membrane. You should be looking at Premium version of that drain instead.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Hi there, I was wondering if the Showerlay Wiper 800 x 1200 mm Line Pure had to be installed over a solid timber base or if it could span between joists unsupported. Thanks Rory

Dear Rory,

The tray can be laid directly on top of the joists, however you need to mount at least 18 mm thick marine ply boards in between them, so at the end of the day, the tray sits on the joists and the board.

Please see our fitting instructions for more detials:

Showerlay installation instructions for timber floor

I will be happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


How do I determine the size of waterproofing kit I might need?

Dear Sean,

Joints between the tray and rest of the floor and the walls is the most important part that needs to be sealed off 3 m2˛ of waterproofing kit is enough for that, should also last to cover the tray itself with it as well with 2 coats.

If you wanted to waterproof more space, maybe even entire floor, then you should go for 6 m2˛.

I will be happy to help if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Does the tray come in 1200 by 1500

Dear Colin,

1200 x 1500 is not one of our standard size, there are 2 solutions if that's your shower area:

1. Using 1200 x 1200 mm wet room tray and 300 x 1200 mm flat tile backer board as a gap filler (drying area can be flat, small amounts of water can easily evaporate).

2. Buying bespoke 1200 x 1500 mm wet room tray, I would need to know full specification to confirm the quote, but it would roughly cost £605.10 and would take 10 days to deliver.

I will be happy to assist if you have any further questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


Hi, what is the difference between Invisible and pure drain cover?

Hello,

I talked to you over the phone but I will leave reply here for other Customers as well.

Both drains are tileable. Invisible is more versatile type, where there's no restriction for floor finish material thickness. 

Pure has a vertical frame which is 15 mm deep. Therefore it will accept tiles 4-14 mm thick. Frame makes tiling easier.

Invisible doesn't have any frame at all, therefore it's suitable with any floor finish material thickness. It's a perfect drain for marble, stone or even vinyl.

I will be happy to assist if you have any questions.

Kind regards

David 020 7193 0953


This may seem a stupid question but can I tile on top of this tray, is this it’s purpose.

Dear Ray,

This questions is absolutely crucial and constructive.

Yes, those trays must be tiled on. They are not finished products. They always need to be tiled on.

You can use other materials like mosaic or marble or stone, as long as it's not thicker than 15 mm. If they are, Showerlay Invisible is the range of the product you should be looking at.

Kind regards

David M 020 7193 0953


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