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ACCESSIBILITY


Bathroom and wetroom solutions from Schlüter-Systems


The tile and stone covering in the shower


area must be sufficiently sloped to allow for appropriate drainage. This is easily achieved with Schlüter’s prefabricated levelling and shower tray components, which are available with a point drainage system or a component linear drainage system. The linear drainage system Schlüter®


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KERDI-LINE has been updated to ensure that it complies with BS EN 1253, providing a constant 50 mm water seal and meeting flow requirements in-line with National House Building Council (NHBC) regulations. Schlüter-Systems has a long history of providing solutions for the application of tile and stone and has project case studies detailing where their systems and solutions have been used. Contact us to book a CPD Seminar or find


out about our CE Marked waterproofing solutions, call, email training@schluter.co.uk or visit our website. For priority bookings please quote ADFWR05. Schlüter-Systems Ltd. has NBS Clauses and


BIM Objects available on NBS Plus, National BIM Library and at the company website.


One design aspect that is important to consider is how our needs may change over time and the accessibility of a bathroom, en-suite or wetroom. This is where barrier-free bathrooms


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or wetrooms with floor-level showers, easy- access sanitary ware and the provision of seating areas can offer a practical, future- proof solution. The huge range of ceramic and natural stone tiles available today means that creating luxurious, beautiful, yet safe slip-resistant surfaces is easily achievable. Schlüter-Systems can help protect these stunning installations whilst providing a complete solution for a CE marked water- proof floor-level shower area. The uncoupling membrane Schlüter®


-DITRA 25, which has


been tried, tested and trusted for over 25 years, serves as a waterproofing membrane and a vapour pressure equalisation layer, protecting tile or natural stone coverings from cracking or debonding. The same features can also be found in the underfloor heating


significant amount of time and thought is invested into the design of bathrooms for architectural projects.


system Schlüter® -DITRA-HEAT-E, making it


ideal for heated floors and walls in wetrooms with tile and stone coverings.


Want to see our products in situ? There’s now a space to do just that. Next time you’re in London, take a wander to Clerkenwell, the scene of one of our latest collaborations – 49 Leather Lane. In this brand-new space for inspiration you can experience a complete Schlüter®


-WETROOM


system, making extensive use of our underfloor heating, lighting, profiles and more. In addition, a hot desking office and a meeting room are available to book for the holding of appointments, and the Porcelain Gallery offers a unique exhibition space featuring a multitude of Schlüter products, both installed and in sample form. For booking enquiries, please email specifier@schluter.co.uk


01530 813396 www.schluter.co.uk


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