Tile Insert Tray Tile to Tile with Glass Insert

The Tile Insert Grate Tile to Tile with Glass Insert Channel is installed at the front of the shower, between the two side walls of the shower/bathroom with, floor tiles on either side of the lineal drain. A glass insert channel is integrated on the side of the drain channel to support the shower screen glass.  The Tile Insert lineal drain utilises a stainless steel tray on which the tiles or stone of your choice are mounted, providing a discrete, virtually invisible drainage solution.
With this drain, the glass insert ensures water hitting the glass and door will go straight down into the drain, minimising the chance of water leaking outside the shower area.
The standard features of the Tile Insert Tile to Tile with Glass Insert Channel Lineal Drain include:

  • Drain tray with built-in fall, either left or right
  • Easy to install and waterproof
  • Standard 50mm male threaded waste located 75mm to centre from end of drain;
  • Manufactured from 316 (marine) grade stainless steel;
  • Drain is electro-polished to prevent tea-staining;
  • 50+mm flashings on horizontal surfaces, which meet or exceed Australian Standards for flashing on horizontal surfaces;
  • Weep slots in the horizontal flashing tile lip to allow any water which escapes past the tile seals to drain back into the drain channel and not build up under tiles, causing water damage.

 

The custom features of the Tile to Tile with Glass Insert Channel Lineal Drain include:

  • Manufactured to suit the specific tile thickness on floor and walls;
  • Drain length is manufactured to your specification;
  • Outlet location can be located to suit your requirements;
  • Outlet can be changed to be a stainless steel dropper, size to suit.
  • Glass Insert Channel  length is manufactured to your specification;

All Tile Insert lineal drains are delivered with a suction cup to aid the removal of the tile insert tray. Please Note: The suction cup should only be used to lift the tile insert tray at one end, allowing the tray to be grasped by hand and carefully lifted out. The suction cup is unlikely to work on porous stone or tile surfaces such as bluestone or marble.

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