Beyond bathroom drainage!
Perhaps you have seen tile insert drains gracing bathroom and shower floors. If you are looking for this almost invisible style of drainage for other locations, then we have great news for you! Paige Stainless fabricates stainless steel tile insert drains suitable for a plethora of locations, beyond the bathroom!
Suitable for use with any tile, paver or concrete type, and available in square and linear drain styles, our tile inserts can be applied to balconies, courtyards and other alfresco spaces, pool and spa areas, and even in aged and health care facilities.
At Paige Stainless, we proudly manufacture in Australia, to Australian standards, from our Queensland facility. This said, we are committed to producing stainless steel solutions of international renown.
Our tile inserts are fabricated from 304 or 316 grades of stainless steel, according to our stringent standards. This solid construction features a 1.2mm pressed tray, fully welded endcaps and outlets, and a 3mm thick insert.
As the fabricator, we can custom manufacture and design to fit your unique requirements. We manufacture linear tile inserts and square tile inserts, both are available in a number of outlet sizes and widths. Our linear grates are supplied in length as required, and other sizes of square drains are available on request.
If you are looking for the ideal drain for your tiled, paved or concrete surface, you cannot go past Paige Stainless for our custom solutions. To find out more about our unique offering, peruse our technical data sheets below, or contact us.
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