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AKW 25106 Tuff Form TF75 Gravity Waste OUR PRICE £24.00!!

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Can be specified with any Tuff Form® wet floor former and for any screeded floor installation in a breachable floor
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This multi-purpose system is suitable for concrete and wooden installation as well as for the Premier Shower Deck. Visible diameter 120mm, 200mm overall (unseen if tiled) an overall height of 76mm with an outlet of 50mm it has a push fit solvent weld fitting. When using with tiles simply place the tile grating over the central area and tile off from there.
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N&C Phlexicare Pro-Doors

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Pro-Door Front Entry Single Doors APro-Door Front Entry Single Doors A
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Front Entry Bi-Fold Doors BPro-Door Front Entry Bi-Fold Doors B
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Single Doors CPro-Door Corner Entry Single Doors C
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Bi-Fold Doors DPro-Door Corner Entry Bi-Fold Doors D
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Bi-Fold Doors L/H EPro-Door Corner Entry Bi-Fold Doors L/H E
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Bi-Fold Doors R/H EPro-Door Corner Entry Bi-Fold Doors R/H E
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Bi-Fold/Single Door L/H FPro-Door Corner Entry Bi-Fold/Single Door L/H F
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Bi-Fold/Single Door R/H FPro-Door Corner Entry Bi-Fold/Single Door R/H F
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Tri-Fold/Bi-Fold Door L/H GPro-Door Corner Entry Tri-Fold/Bi-Fold Door L/H G
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Tri-Fold/Bi-Fold Door R/H GPro-Door Corner Entry Tri-Fold/Bi-Fold Door R/H G
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Front Entry Door with 300mm Fixed Panels HPro-Door Front Entry Door with 300mm Fixed Panels H
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Doors with Fixed Panels IPro-Door Corner Entry Doors with Fixed Panels I
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Doors with 600mm Fixed Panel L/H JPro-Door Corner Entry Doors with 600mm Fixed Panel L/H J
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Doors with 600mm Fixed Panel R/H JPro-Door Corner Entry Doors with 600mm Fixed Panel R/H J
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Doors with 670mm Fixed Panel L/H KPro-Door Corner Entry Doors with 670mm Fixed Panel L/H K
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Doors with 670mm Fixed Panel R/H KPro-Door Corner Entry Doors with 670mm Fixed Panel R/H K
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Corner Entry Sliding Doors LPro-Door Corner Entry Sliding Doors L
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor
Pro-Door Front Entry Sliding Doors MPro-Door Front Entry Sliding Doors M
Most Pro-doors can be opened both inwards and outwards, this will allow water droplets to fall onto the shower tray rather than on the floor. Pro-doors are not recommended in installations where power showers or outlets produce a large volume of water. It is therefore important to give some consideration as to the most appropriate positioning of the wall posts and doors. This will ensure maximum water retention within the showering area. Where Pro doors are being installed into a wet room, the choice of curved or straight wall compensators should be considered depending on whether the floor covering such as vinyl will be fitted into tile capping at 100mm from the floor

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