An incorrect fall in the shower cabinet is a frequent fault when bathrooms are fitted. All too often, there are hollows or backflows in the floor, so the water is not led down to the drain but forms small pools in the floor – and ultimately lime-scale marks. The problem often arises at the survey stage, when a sufficient fall is not allowed for. Things can also go wrong as the floor is laid. That is why the Danish design company Unidrain has developed a bathroom range where the fall, the drain and the shower screen are combined so it is practically impossible to make a mistake.
“We have developed a solution where the floor drain and the shower screen are constructed together in a frame. The frame has a built-in 2 per cent fall to the drain, so it is easy to get it right. You screw the frame to the wall and pour the floor into the frame to achieve a fall that meets the relevant requirements. When the floor is dry, the solution can be further sealed with a wet-room membrane before the tiles are laid,” explains Lass Lyck, technical manager at Unidrain.
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