For a seamless finish to your shower and bathroom!
Drainage is a vital aspect of showers and bathrooms, but who says it has to be an obvious one? With tile insert shower drains you can enjoy efficient drainage with a seamless finish. This almost-invisible drain style is an outstanding solution to keep the decorative lines of your marble finish bathroom, or the hard wearing look of stainless steel, brass, ceramic, bronze, and any floor type that needs to drain, and look great at the same time!
You need a drain grate that does the job but does not look odd amongst the grandeur and style of your bathroom design? Our stainless steel tile insert shower grates are ideal!
These discrete drains are perfect for those who do not want their grating system to take away the glory of the decor. Available in linear or square, with a standard range of widths and outlet sizes (and custom sizes available on request), our tile inserts can match your style and tile!
From outward appearances, tile insert shower grates look almost identical to the surrounding flooring surface. This functional system consists of a central insert in which a tile is placed, and a trough. Water drains away via the narrow opening between trough and insert.
An understated, yet complete and functional drainage system is at your disposal!
Tile insert shower grates by Paige Stainless are available in both 304 grade stainless steel and 316 marine grade stainless steel, fabricated to Australian, as well as our own stringent, standards.
Our superior constructions feature fully welded outlets and endcaps, and pressed troughs. For further technical information view our data sheets below, or contact us.
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