Shower Waste, Channels and Floor Grates

What is a shower waste

What is a Shower Waste

A shower waste is a device that is used to drain water from showers.

There are many different types of shower wastes available on the market, and they all serve the same purpose: to keep your shower clean and free of water.

A good shower waste will have a strong grate that can catch hair and other debris, as well as a good seal that will prevent water from escaping.

When it comes to showers, proper drainage is essential in order to avoid any water damage. If the drainage isn’t properly installed, all that money can go to waste.

A properly installed drainage system will ensure that water is directed away from the shower area, preventing any potential damage.

Even small drainage problems in your shower can become a serious issue if left unchecked. A build-up of hair, dirt, and soap-scum can quickly turn into a blockage, making it difficult or even impossible to use your shower.

By taking care of any small drainage problems as they occur, you can avoid a major issue down the road.

Bathroom Floor Wastes

Bathroom floor wastes comprise of a wide selection of products that are designed for different purposes.

Some floor wastes are designed to be almost invisible, such as tile insert grates. Others, like shower drains, are specifically designed for use in showers.

The list of different types of bathroom floor wastes include:

Shower grate and drainage system

Shower Grates

Shower grates are an important part of the shower drainage system. They allow water to flow through the drain and prevent blockages from forming.

There is a wide variety of shower grates available on the market, so it is important to choose one that is suited to your specific needs.

Some factors to consider when choosing a shower grate include:

  • The size of the drain opening.
  • The type of grate material. There are several different types of materials that can be used for shower grates, including plastic, metal, and even glass.
  • The style of grate. There are many different styles of shower grates available, so it is important to choose one that fits your personal taste.
  • The price. Shower grates can vary significantly in price, so it is important to find one that fits your budget.

Once you have considered all of these factors, you will be able to choose the perfect shower grate for your needs.

It is important to remember that shower grates should be cleaned on a regular basis to prevent blockages from forming.

Englefield Hi Flow Waste and drain

Hi Flow Wastes

A Hi Flow waste is perfect for those who want a little extra speed when draining their shower. Hi Flow wastes are also great for those with larger showers, as they can move more water more quickly.

If you have a small shower, or if you don’t mind a slower drain, then a standard waste will suffice.

However, if you have a large shower or you want the quickest possible drain, then a hi flow waste is the way to go.

Hi flow wastes have a couple of lid colour options available . You can go for a traditional white, or you can opt for a more modern chrome.

As with all our wastes, Hi Flow wastes come with a 10 year guarantee, so you can be sure that your shower will always be draining properly.

Tile Insert Grate

A tile insert grate is a type of floor waste that is designed to be almost invisible. The floor tile is installed into the removable tray for a basically seamless look.

It is made from high-grade stainless steel and is manufactured to be flush with the surrounding tiles. This means that it can be installed in areas where a traditional floor waste would be highly visible, such as in a bathroom.

Additionally, tile insert grates offer a more gorgeous designer statement and typically have a more polished appearance than regular tile grates, making them ideal for use in bathrooms and other areas where aesthetics are important.

Floor Waste and drainage

Shower Drains

A shower drain is a type of drain that is specifically designed for use in showers. Shower drains are typically made from stainless steel or other durable materials that can resist corrosion. The drain is installed in the floor of the shower and is connected to a drain pipe that carries water away from the shower.

A shower grate is fitted to the shower drain so that water can flow through it and into the drain. The grate is typically made from stainless steel or plastic and has a series of holes or slots that allow water to pass through.

Tile Floor Wastes

A floor waste is a drain located in the tiled floor of a bathroom that allows water to drain away.

There are a variety of different types of floor wastes available, so it is important to choose one that is suited to your specific needs.

When choosing a floor waste, it is important to consider the size of the bathroom, the type of flooring, the amount of water traffic, and the drainage needs. Style preferences should also be taken into account.

Once you have considered all of these factors, you will be able to choose the perfect floor waste for your needs.

It is important to remember that floor wastes should be cleaned on a regular basis to prevent blockages from forming. 

Floor Waste

The more popular finish for a bathroom floor waste is matte black waste but they are also available in most finishes including polished chrome and brushed nickel.

Floor wastes are typically made from brass, bronze, or stainless steel and are available in a range of colours such as matt black, polished chrome plate, gold finish, and brushed nickel.

Bathroom Parts Australia offers a wide range of floor wastes and shower wastes, and drains to suit your needs. If you have any questions about our products, please contact us and we will be happy to help.