PROFILITEC, Italian producer of state-of-the-art floor profiles and related installation solutions, will feature SHOWERTEC™, an innovative system encompassing all necessary elements to build or renovate an entirely waterproof, maintenance-free shower at Coverings 2018.
Showertec™ offers advantages that surpass current standards. These include vapor permeance levels that conform to industry requirements for steam showers; high-density, pre-waterproofed foam elements saving significant installation time and contain recycled content to reinforce Profilitec’s commitment to always incorporate environment- friendly materials when possible.
- Shower Tray – pre-sloped incorporating the Foiltec™ Waterproof and Vapour Tight Membrane, which is pre-attached, assuring simple and quick installation while surpassing the requirements for steam showers
- Shower Curb – made of high density EPS foam and pre-wrapped in Foiltec™ Waterproof Membrane on all sides. An opening along the curb allows for height adjustment if needed.
- Foiltec™ Membrane – Waterproof and Vapor Tight with a 0.033 perm rating (ASTM E96-E) rating.
- Foiltec™ Sealing Strip
- Square Drain Kit – composed of a bonding flange with vertical drain and integrated anchoring membrane, a Foiltec™ Circular Waterproof Membrane Ring, Foiltec™ Internal and External Corners and Square Drain which is composed of a ring for the vertical alignment of the drain, grid support, construction plug, plus a grid and fasteners
“According to statistics, there are approximately 5 million showers installed every year in the US,” stated Greg Gelston, president of Profilitec. “Sealed systems such as Showertec have made the process to build a shower less both labor intensive and skill dependent resulting in more reliable performance.”
Attendees of COVERINGS 2018 will be able to see all of Profilitec’s Showertec™ and many other innovative products, May 8-11, 2018 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, GA, in Booth #7910.
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