Pre Formed wetroom trays With The Falls Built In To Let The Water Go

Level Access Wetroom Trays use Before Tiling

Square Wetroom Trays

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Rectangle Wetroom Trays

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Chanel Drain Tray

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How to make a level access wetroom over a concrete floor ready for tiling.

  • Cut a channel deep enough to take a BS standard 50mm pipe along the floor from the position of the drain body to a suitable exit point. See figure 1.
  • The cut-out for the drain body needs to be 200mm square and 80mm deep. See figure2.
  • Connect the drain body to the 50mm outlet with solvent weld in the usual way. We recommend that you use the plastic cap (as illustrated in figure 6) at this stage as a means to prevent dirt entering the drain body. (Always check for leaks before final installation of the wet room shower tray). See figure 3.
  • Install the connected drain body and pipe into the channel and support with mortar at the correct height and fall. (The top of the drain body including the washer should be level with the surrounding floor). See figure 4.
  • Using a 10mm notched trowel apply the cement-based, flexible tile adhesive to the floor and lay the tray in place using a tamping motion to ensure no voids remain under the tray. See figure 5.
  • Using the plastic cap, screw the upper section of the drain body into the lower section through the tray. Care should be taken not to disturb the tray, but realign if necessary. See figure 6.
  • Build up the surrounding floor area with the correct thickness of Imperboard as required using flexible, cement-based tile adhesive. See figure 7.
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How to make a level access wetroom over a wooden floor ready for tiling.


Cut out the required section of flooring. See figure 1.
All Imperboard trays should be supported between joists. Build a support for the drain body exactly 80mm below the surface of the surrounding floor. See figure 2.
Fix a batten 18mm (or the depth of the flooring used) below the top of the joists. See figure 3.
Connect the drain body to a 50mm BS standard waste pipe with solvent weld in the usual way. (Always check for leaks before final installation of the Imperboard tray). Cut the timber to fit between the joists and screw onto the new battens which must be securely fixed to the sides of the joists. See figure 4.
The middle section needs a keyhole shape cut out for the waste. This should be 10mm bigger than the drain body. See figures 5 & 6.
Using a 10mm notched trowel apply the flexible, cr- ment-based tile adhesive to the floor then fix the shower tray in place using a tamping motion to ensure no voids remain underneath. See figure 7.
Screw the upper section of the drain body into the lower section through the tray, being careful not to disturb the tray. Realign as necessary. See figure 8.
Build up the surrounding floor area with the correct thickness of Imperboard as required using flexible, ce- ment-based tile adhesive. See figure 9.

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