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Help needed on Trap/ drain for walk in shower

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by adam911, 21 Jan 2019.

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    Hi im about to have my floor tiled for wet room shower and i needed to know which trap/drain is correct to buy.
    My bathroom is downstairs and tiles are going over concrete floor.
    Couldn't find any traps or drains from b&q or wickes for a walk in shower as they only had traps for shower trays. Could someone point me into the right direction?

    Would this be correct to use . https://www.victorianplumbing.co.uk...MIxp_E3_P_3wIVAamaCh20CQOJEAQYAiABEgLPafD_BwE
     
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    Thanks for that. So what else do i need. Can i tile straight onto the concrete floor or will i need some sort of membrane. Or can i just use tanking slurry for the walls and floor with the small square mat you get with it that goes around the drain hole?
     
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    Hi what grout would you use in a wet room floor? Is the normal cement based fine to use or do i need epoxy grout?
     
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