is a walk in shower tray with an end linear drain. The former is available in three thicknesses, has a 2% fall towards the drain, provides great acoustic insulation and is also lightweight while very strong.
Suitable shower drainage is included in the former. It comes with a 600 mm long steel linear end drain. It also comes with grating which is 64 mm wide, leaving an 8 mm wide channel for water to flow. Pure is a slot cover that should be filled with tiles, so that, after the installation the only visible part of the tray would be the channel. The height from the shower tray surface to the top edge of the vertical upstand is 15 mm. It also goes below the tray for approximately 5 mm. McAlpine siphon trap with a capacity of 26 l/min and a 20 mm high water seal is also included. Showerlay is a complete unit with everything you need.
Shower kit 900 x 1200 mm is designed to give you a wet room tray for a timber floor level access. It is easy to cut down to size, whilst being lightweight and highly manoeuvrable. The contemporary, minimalist style of wet room will allow your body to rest and your mind rejuvenate.
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Tray & integrated channel
Thickness: 20 mm
Flow rate: 26 l/min
Size: not included
|Size||900 x 1200 mm|
|Channel length||600 mm|
|Grate style||Pure (slot)|
|Thickness||20 · 30 · 40 mm|
|Trimming||Shorter side: up to 50 mm · Longer: up to 75 mm.|
|Material||XPS foam sheet|
|Reinforcement||Fibre glass mesh & cementous glue.|
|Fall||4-way 2% towards the drain|
|Cleaning||From above (Easy clean system)|
|Set consists||Wet room tray · integrated linear drain body · drain grating · siphon trap|
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.
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.
Pure drain cover is an internal container that you can insert the tiles into. This type of drain is 100% tile-able.
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.
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 the shower tray?
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
Is the inset drain able to be tiled?
Pure grating pattern is designed to be filled with tiles indeed. It features of 12 mm deep channel, so if you're tiles are not thicker than that, this product will be suitable for you. At the end of the day there's only grap between the grating and rest of the floor visible, so that's very minimalistic design.
If you're tiles are thicker than 12 mm you should go for Showerlay Wiper 800 x 1200 mm Line Invisible. It doesn't have any vertical frame, so there's no requirement for finish material thickness. You will need to aesthetically cut the tiles probably with water jet to avoid sharp edges.
Adam 020 7193 0953
Can the former sit on the joists or does it sit on the flooring
Our Showerlay must be fully underboarded, but by proper installation you can achieve the same way as if it was sitting on the floor boards. Basically you need to remove existing floor boards to expose the joists. Then you need to prepare battens and fix them to the sides of the joists. After it's done, you would need to mount at least 18 mm thick marine ply between the joists, on top of the battens. By doing this you will be able to replace former floor boards with the shower tray.
Please see our fitting instructions for more details.
I am happy to help if you have any questions.
Agnes D, 020 7193 0953
Delivery tomorrow or Thursday?
If you purchased the shower tray yesterday before 3 o'clock it would be shipped and out for delivery today. We ship all the goods same day if the order is placed before 3 pm with next day delivery service.
For example if you order this tray today (Wednesday) at 2 o'clock you will get it tomorrow (Thursday).
Let me know if I can assist in any other way.
Peter T 020 7193 0953
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:
I am happy to assist if you have any further questions.
Agnes D., 020 7193 0953
we had this fitted a while ago and the tiles weren’t cut to follow the slopes angles of the former. The tiles have now been pulled up and It isn’t clear where the inclines are. Can new tiles be laid over this and what is the process? Thanks
I am sorry to hear that you encountered problems with wet room tray purchased from us.
Tiles need to be cut according the slopes of the shower tray. It has diagonal slopes, from every corner of the tray to every corner of the drain. Technical diagram attached to my message reflects them.
Please notice that they are very delicate and can be hard to spot.
I am happy to assist if you have any questions.
Adam 017 0927 3601
Can the tray be used with inscreed underfloor heating cables?
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.
David 020 7193 0953