is a walk in shower tray with end linear drain. Former is available in three thicknesses, has 2% fall towards the drain, provides great acoustic insulation and is also lightweight while very strong.
Former comes with integrated and waterproofed stainless steel linear channel, suitable McAlpine siphon trap with 26 l/min capacity and grate. Drainage is 500 mm long and 80 mm wide while grating width is 64 mm. It protrudes above the shower tray for 15 mm and below for approximately 5 mm. Pure is a slot cover, should be filled with tiles so after the installation only visible part of the tray would be the channel. Steel is finished with brush, which is practical and particularly suitable for most architectural applications.
800 x 1200 mm pre machined tray is the smallest rectangular walk in shower flooring we can supply. It requires a little space making it suitable for most showers even in small bathrooms. A wet room has the potential to be a true work of art, where functionality meets elegance.
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|Size||800 x 1200 mm|
|Channel length||500 mm|
|Grate style||Pure (slot)|
|Thickness||20 · 30 · 40 mm|
|Trimming||Shorter side: up to 50 mm · Longer: up to 125 mm.|
|Material||XPS foam sheet|
|Reinforcement||Fibre glass mesh & cementous glue.|
|Fall||2% towards the drain|
|Cleaning||From above (Easy clean system)|
|Set consists||Wet room tray · integrated linear drain body · drain grating · siphon trap|
The tanking kit is a ready-mixed, under-tile tanking system to protect water sensitive substrates from exposure to water. Suitable for wet areas not exposed to pressurised water, such as bathrooms, showers in residential buildings, hotels, old people's homes and hospitals. 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.
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.
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.
If you have timber floor - existing floor board thickness. Usually they are 20 or 28 mm thick, in that case you should go for adequate thick wet room kit, to avoid floor height increase and step ups. If you want to achieve stepped up floor, 35 mm thickness might also be a good choice. Wet room kit timber floor fitting instructions
In case of concrete floor, every thickness is suitable, if you're going to screed the floor you need to shutter the future shower area off and leave proper space for tray to be inserted in the future. If screed has already been done, you will need to use jackhammer or similar tool to groove exact tray thickness and shape when the shower is going to be created. Wet room kit concrete floor fitting instructions
In case of both floor types, every shower tray thickness is enough to bear human weight, as it needs to be underboarded beneath entire surface either with ply or solid concrete. The biggest difference between thicknesses is the slope's angle achieved after installation is completed and shower tray tiled.
We supply McAlpine CD-HC26-65 PCV (polypropylen) waste trap with our drains. To clean them you can simply dismantle it from above when installed, and waterflow will remove any dirt. If not you can use chemicals.
The waste trap provides Water Seal that prevents any bad smells to get back to your shower.
Pure drain cover is an internal container that you can insert the tiles into. This type of drain is 100% tile-able.
I can confirm that we can ship to any country within the European Union. Delivery fee may vary for other countries, but for France standard free delivery applies.
You can place the order online, there should be an option to choose France as country for delivery. If you find it troublesome please call me and I will try to help to place the order over the phone.
020 7193 0953
Does the wetroom trays come with siphon trap waste etc ready to connect.
We include suitable McAlpine siphon trap with pipe to every drain we sell. It features 26 l/min capacity, which is slightly more than standard, 20 mm water seal and pipe diameter of 1.5''. It is completely rotatable and adjustable, which gives flexibility with fitting. Product has everything needed to be installed, so yes, it is ready to be connected to your waste system straight after unpacking.
David 020 7193 0953
Is it necessary use tanking kit to install this tray?
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?
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
Hi, can I trim this tray to the smaller size? I require 1120 mm x 820 mm in my wet room.
Our wet room kits are based on XPS material, which is flexible and can be safely trimmed. This can be done with a regular handsaw, is very easy and does not do any damage to the shower tray.
There's one recommendation from us, if you want to cut for example 100 mm off each dimension, you would need to take equal bits off each side 50 mm from the top and 50 from the bottom as it has premachined slopes towards the drain which need to be preserved.
800 x 1200 shower tray can be shortened down to a minimum size of 600 x 1000 mm.
If you have any questions I will be happy to help.
Adam 017 0927 3601