The tile over stainless steel shower tray uses a linear channel and grate for drainage positioned at the lowest end with the fall towards it. A tile bar is included with drainage paths for sub tile moisture preventing the popping of tiles. The grates from Allproof’s Vision Series shower channels have been utilised which includes a tile insert option for a discreet shower drain.
NZ Made Stainless Steel Shower Trays
The Tile Over Stainless Steel shower tray provides the ultimate waterproofing system for tiled showers and bathrooms. The stainless steel provides an impermeable layer beneath the tiles under the shower, the area of the bathroom that is exposed to the highest level of moisture.
This unique shower base is custom made from 304 and 316 stainless steel to suit each individual shower. The shower tray comes with an engineered base pre fixed to the underside of the stainless tray creating a 1:80 fall for hob entry shower or a 1:50 fall for level entry showers, this removes the need for screeding a fall into the tray reducing install time and costs. Waterproof membrane is dressed down the walls and across the rest of the bathroom floor to be applied to the textured stainless steel flanges creating a fully tanked / waterproofed area.
Tile over stainless shower trays are recommended timber framed and intertenancy builds, also recommended in showers on levels above living spaces. The tile over stainless shower base provides peace of mind and assurance that water is unable to escape causing damage and inconvenience.
Allproof specialise in the design and production of custom stainless shower trays and bases. We have a large team of product designers and fabricators ready to tailor a shower tray to your next project. We provide custom quote sheets available from the custom tab below.
Maximum tray dimensions are 2800mm x 1300mm.
Due to production limitations a true level entry can only be achieved on a tray with 3 wall upstands and the channel/outlet directly opposite the entry side (fall directed away from the entrance to the channel). For level entry applications with less than 3 wall upstands, a minimum 10mm step down is required at the entry of the tray (a recommended feature for the containment of surface water).