Shower Enclosures

Acrylic Trays

How they’re made

An acrylic tray is constructed of two layers, made from a 4mm acrylic sheet, which is then moulded to the desired shape, using a vacuum form process. The acrylic requires strength, which is supplied by applying GRP (Fibre Glass Reinforcement Process) evenly to the underside. Finally a baseboard is added for extra stability and for installing the leg supports. Please Note: The leg supports and panel are sold separately as they will not be required in every installation.

How to look after them

After use, your shower unit should be cleaned with soap and water. This is particularly important in hard water districts where insoluble lime salts may be deposited on the product.

Frameless Enclosures

How they’re made

Frameless enclosures usually are made from 6mm toughened safety glass certified to BS6206, which is then fitted in to a polished aluminium frame hinge and wall channel.

How to look after them

After use, your shower unit should be cleaned with soap and water. This is particularly important in hard water districts where insoluble lime salts may be deposited on the product.

Resin Stone Trays

How they’re made

A resin stone tray is made from cast stone, which is made up of 80% stone and resin; it is then finished with a hardwearing, gel coat surface.

How to look after them

After use, your shower unit should be cleaned with soap and water. This is particularly important in hard water districts where insoluble lime salts may be deposited on the product.

Framed Enclosure

How they’re made

Framed enclosures are made from 3mm toughened safety glass certified to BS6206, which is then fitted in to a polished aluminium frame.

How to look after them

After use, your shower unit should be cleaned with soap and water. This is particularly important in hard water districts where insoluble lime salts may be deposited on the product.

Screens

How they’re made

Bath screens are usually frameless; they are made from 6mm toughened safety glass, which is fitted to a hinge. The hinge is then fitted to the wall channel during installation.

How to look after them

After use, your shower screen should be cleaned with soap and water. This is particularly important in hard water districts where insoluble lime salts may be deposited on the product.

 

Walk in Enclosure

walk in shower enclosureThe walk in enclosure is an enclosure that is bath replacement size. This can be fitted with a side panel or within a recess.

Recommended requirements: Shower tray (including waste), door.

Why choose this enclosure: This can replace a bath within a decent sized bathroom if you are a person who tends to shower more than bathe.

Handy hints: The shower tray is complete with a Vortex waste; therefore there is no need to sell a separate shower waste.

Optional extras: Side panel, tray panel & leg set, shower.

 

Semi-framed Pivot Enclosure

semi framed pivot shower enclosureThis is a clear, square enclosure made from 6mm glass. It is available in a variety of sizes and styles.

Recommended requirements: 1 x pivot door, shower tray, shower waste.

Why choose this enclosure: This is one of the most popular ranges of shower enclosure as it is a nice size but does not take up too much space.

Handy hints: Make sure you choose the correct hand enclosure for the corner you will be putting the shower in.

Optional extras: 1 x side panel.

 

Framed Pivot Enclosure

framed pivot shower enclosureThis is a clear square framed enclosure made from 3mm glass. It is available in a variety of sizes and styles.

Recommended requirements: 1 x pivot door, shower tray, shower waste.

Why choose this enclosure: This is the more traditional style enclosure which is 760mm allowing it to fit in the majority of domestic bathrooms.

Handy hints: This enclosure is universal therefore you can fit it either left handed or right handed.

Optional extras: 1 x side panel.

 

Pentangle Framed Enclosure

pentangle framed shower enclosureThis enclosure makes use of the space in the corner with a 760mm pivot door for entry into the enclosure.

Recommended requirements: Pentangle panel kit, 760mm pivot door, shower waste, 950mm pentangle shower tray.

Why choose this enclosure: This enclosure is ideal for smaller bathrooms or en-suites.

Handy hints: The enclosure comes packaged in two boxes as the pivot door is picked separately.

 

1200mm Sliding Door Enclosure

1200mm sliding door shower enclosureThis enclosure is a framed 1200mm sliding door made from 3mm glass.

Recommended requirements: 1200mm sliding door, 1200mm x 760mm shower tray, waste.

Why choose this enclosure: This enclosure is an in-between, as it is larger than the standard enclosure but – if you haven’t got the space – not as large as the walk-in enclosures.

Handy hints: The enclosure comes packaged in two boxes as the side panel is picked separately.

Optional Extra: 760mm side panel.

 

Quadrant Enclosure

quadrant shower enclosureThis enclosure makes use of the space in the corner. It maximises the space further by having sliding doors into the enclosure.

Recommended requirements: 900mm quadrant tray, 900mm quadrant enclosure, waste (see handy hints).

Why choose this enclosure: This enclosure is ideal for smaller bathrooms or en-suites.

Handy hints: Vortex waste is supplied with the frameless quadrant shower tray, but not with the non-frameless.

Optional Extra: Tray panel & leg set.

 

Clear Bath Screen

clear bath screenThe clear bath screen is made from 5mm glass and is used to prevent water spraying all over the bathroom whilst showering.

Recommended requirements: Bath screen (including wall post).

Why choose this screen: This is a popular option in the showering range as it is simple and straight forward, takes up no space and is easy to keep clean.

 

Corner Bath Screen

corner bath screenThe corner bath screen is made from 5mm glass and is used to prevent water spraying all over the bathroom whilst showering.

Recommended requirements: Corner bath screen (including wall post).

Why choose this screen: This bath screen is specially designed to fit tightly to the corner bath to prevent spraying.

Handy hints: Make sure you order the correct handed screen for the bath you have ordered (i.e. if you have a left hand bath you would order the left hand screen).

 

Showerbath Screen Left Hand or Right Hand

showerbath screen left right handThe showerbath screen comes as standard with the showerbath and is made from 6mm glass.

Recommended requirements: Showerbath LH or RH, showerbath screen LH or RH, corresponding bath taps, standard bath waste, showerbath front panel LH or RH.

Why choose this screen: The shower bath pivot door creates a showering area ensuring water stays in the bath.

Handy hints: Manufacturing guidelines state that if this screen is to be fitted to a plasterboard wall it must be reinforced. This is on a rise and fall hinge to lift the screen when being moved, to try and prevent the seal splitting.

Optional extras: Showerbath pivot door.

 

Showerbath Pivot Door

showerbath pivot doorThis option allows you to convert a showerbath into a housed showering area by isolating the showering area with the pivot door.

Recommended requirements: Showerbath LH or RH, showerbath screen LH or RH, showerbath pivot door, corresponding bath taps, standard bath waste, showerbath front panel LH or RH.

Why choose this screen: The shower bath pivot door creates a completely splash-proof showering area ensuring water stays in the bath.

Handy hints: Manufacturing guidelines state that if this screen is to be fitted to a plasterboard wall it must be reinforced. This is on a rise and fall hinge to lift the screen when being moved, to try and prevent the seal splitting.