|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Packaging Type||Single Box|
|Usage/Application||Bathroom , Hotel , Balcony|
|Features||Linear Shower Drain|
|Corrosion Resistance||15 Years|
|Diameter||50 mm Otlet|
|For Class Thickness||1 mm|
|Glass Thickness||Not Applicable|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
Every shower drain includes a grid, strainer, vent and trap. The grid has an arrangement of holes or slots that allow water to freely flow through them. The strainer is immediately below the grid and prevents objects large enough to clog the drain or waste pipe from entering the drain. The trap is a u-shaped pipe that traps water in order to block sewer gasses from escaping back up the drain into the bathroom. The vent is a pipe that provides air pressure in the system.
The challenge for shower drains, and all fixture-to-waste junctions, is to perform the task of moving water from one to the other without leaking and without allowing gasses from the waste system to backup into the house. This is accomplished by choosing the correct shower drain for the existing type of shower and drainage pipes, and by installing the drain system correctly.
|Thickness Range (Millimetre)||1.5 to 5|