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Advantage Wall to Wall



Optional Extras:

  • Additional droppers
  • Outlet locations greater than 100mm from an end
  • Multi-direction fall
  • Powdercoating
  • Mitred corners
  • Curved drains to any radius or width required


    The Advantage Wall to Wall Linear Drain is installed along the rear wall of the shower, between the two walls of the shower/bathroom.

    To incorporate a shower screen to an end (or both ends) of the drain, blankouts are omitted and a combination of HF Flashings and  Graded Floor Flashings can be used. This style, known as the Advantage Wall to Tile can be found here.


    • 7 Bar Grate
    • Tile Insert Tray 
    • Height Adjustable Tile Insert Tray
    • Punched Slot


    • Easy to install
    • Custom Blankouts to suit your wall tile thickness
    • Weep holes to eliminate  water hydration from under the tile
    • Fixing points provided
    • Available in either Punched Slot, 7 Bar Grate or Tile insert Tray.
    • Incorporated waterproof flanges
    • Fully customisable to the required length and your tile thickness

    Available in the following styles:

    • 7 Bar Grate
    • Tile Insert Tray
    • Inverted Tile Tray
    • Height Adjustable Tile Insert Tray 
    • Punched Slot

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    Included as standard:

    • Custom lengths
    • Built in fall to left or right
    • Exclusively made from 316 Brushed Marine Grade Stainless Steel
    • Passivated and Electro-polished to prevent tea staining
    • Welded end caps
    • Manufactured to suit your tile thickness
    • Single dropper of your choice within 75-100mm from an end
    • Weep slots in horizontal flashing to discharge any water under the tiles
    • 50+mm built-in stainless steel flashing on horizontal surfaces to meet and or exceed Australian Standards for flashing on horizontal surfaces
    • All Tile Insert linear 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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