- Tile panels for walk-in showers
- Connection plan for a walk-in shower
- Elements of a walk-in shower
- The installation of the walk-in shower
On one level, a shower without a receiver combines aesthetics and practicality. When installing, check especially the tightness of your walk-in shower.
Tile panels for walk-in showers
Several systems allow the waterproof doubling of a walk-in shower, without a receiver (commonly known as a walk-in shower).
Tile panels made from extruded polystyrene foam (Wedi or Luxe Element type) provide both waterproofing and insulation.
There are panels to form the walls and others to make a floor with a sloping form towards a hole (in the middle or on an edge) which allows to mount the evacuation.
Brand-specific features make it easy to install a perfectly sealed dump system.
Connection plan for a walk-in shower
Flow grid, siphon, screw valve, O-ring, waterproof panel, lip seal, flow, reservation: the various elements of a walk-in shower.
Elements of a walk-in shower
- Make sure that all the necessary elements to mount the emptying system are available:
The installation of the walk-in shower
- Connect the emptying body to the recess in the floor.
- Seal it on the support.
- Cut the tray to be tiled, making sure the receiver hole aligns with the hole in the drain.
- Carefully fit the O-ring and the drain system onto the receiver hole.
- The receiver is sandwiched between the lip seal, under the panel, and the screw valve is placed above.
- Glue with a soft glue on the floor and back of the catcher.
- Use a notched spatula.
- Present the receiver so that the lip seal fits snugly into the siphon body.