We believe in a barrier-free world, a place of no restrictions. Our Easy Drain linear shower drain is the culmination of that dream. There is an Easy Drain linear shower drain for every type of bathroom project, you can find it hereShow models
You can place your linear shower drain against the wall or free-in-the-floor. We recommend a wall installation that has one-sided sloping, meaning; less tile cutting, clean lines and high drainage capacity.
There are specific models for different types of flooring. Also, keep in mind that in a renovation project you might need a drain with low installation depth.
Walk-in or barrier-free showers are growing in popularity and more frequently used in the modern bathroom. These popular showers are mostly installed in combination with a linear shower drain, which offers several benefits like easy cleaning, use of large format tiles and one way sloping towards the drain.Read more
Paul carries out at least 8 bathroom renovations each year. 'More and more people prefer a walk-in shower over a traditional shower tray, Paul says: 'A barrier-free shower requires less maintenance, is safer and aesthetically more pleasing.' 'Although I have a lot of bathroom renovation experience, every new project is a challenge.' To ensure customer satisfaction, I choose to work only with high-quality products and materials.'Read more
Unlike a traditional shower drain, which requires a four-sided slope and is only applicable if you have small tiles, a linear shower drain, if placed against the wall only needs a one-sided slope and can be used with large format tiles. Thanks to the invention of the linear shower drain, you have maximum freedom in designing your barrier free bathroom. A drainage system can be installed in different ways – find out what the best linear shower drain is for your project.
Appearance – Linear drains have a sleek and slim appearance, a subtle eye-catcher that fits in a large variety of shower floors.
Maintenance – Linear drains offer easy maintenance and efficient water drainage. Who doesn’t love an easy-to-clean shower drain?
Flexibility – Linear drains can be placed almost anywhere in your barrier-free bathroom. Giving you the flexibility to create the perfect bathroom layout.Read more about the advantages of barrier-free showering
Compared to traditional shower trays and drains, linear drains are far safer as they remove obstacles. A barrier-free walk-in shower is at the same level as the bathroom floor. This creates a creates a wheelchair- and senior friendly bathroom that can be enjoyed for many generations.
You easily create more space in the bathroom by removing all thresholds and let your bathroom floor tiles continue into the shower. Barrier-free showering starts with a linear shower drain.How-to create a safe bathroom
Suitable for any bathroom project – We offer a wide range of Easy Drain linear shower drains that are suitable for any type of bathroom and installation situation, whether it’s renovation or new build.
Lengths up to 2 meters – Easy Drain linear shower drains are available in lengths from 200 mm up to 2000 mm and are equipped with our patented technologies.
Low maintenance and easy-to-clean – All our drains are made of high-quality stainless steel and therefore require little maintenance. Our drains are easy to clean thanks to the easy removable siphon and hair catcher.
10-year warranty – We believe in our high-quality shower drains. That’s why we offer you a 10-year warranty on all of our products.Find your linear shower drain
Our Easy Drain series provides you with the opportunity to design your bathroom exactly as you want. The Easy Drain program offers unique design grates that are perfect for small and large-sized shower floors with various finishes such as:
Whether it’s a renovation or new construction project, waterproofing is necessary for any type of bathroom or wet area. With our Easy Seal sets, we offer a guaranteed safe and 100% watertight waterproofing system, in combination with one of our Easy Drains. As a result, leaking of faulty installation due to unfavorable conditions is eliminated.Read more about waterproofing
Easy Drain shower drains are supplied as a complete set and have just a few parts which enables a quick and easy installation. By using our comprehensive installation manuals and videos, assembling an Easy Drain is completed in a matter of seconds.
When renovating a bathroom, you’re installing the shower drain in the existing floor. Sometimes there isn’t a lot of space in the floor/substrate to install the drain, so the installation depth of the drain is an important factor. Choose a shower drain with low installation depth when there’s little space available.
The Easy Drain Compact, the world’s flattest shower drain with 50 mm water seal (European building standard EN 1253) has a total installation depth of just 63 mm and is therefore perfect for virtually any renovation project. Also, the Easy Drain M-line has a flat design that is perfect for renovation projects.
In new construction projects, the installation depth is normally not an issue. You can select any drain that matches your preference.Read full answer
Easy Drain linear shower drains can be installed in various locations in the shower. First, you need to determine where you want to place your shower drain. We recommend installing your shower drain against the wall (three-sided installation). By doing so, you have a one-sided slope that offers the easiest installation with less tile cutting necessary. Another option is to place the shower drain free-in-the-floor. Keep in mind that you need to create sloping towards the drain from all angles.
Note: The location of the shower drain can affect the drainage of the water. Always consult a specialist when determining the location.Read full answer
Yes, Easy Drain ‘Wall’ models are specially developed for an easy and watertight installation against the wall (under the wall tile) thanks to the wall mounting bracket and pre-assembled sealing membrane. These wall mounted shower drains are also easy to clean thanks to their horizontal flange.Read full answer
Easy Drain shower drains can be installed in almost any type of floor. Click on the floor type to find a suitable shower drain.
A linear shower drain is an elongated shower drain (incl. siphon) that ensures that the water is drained as efficiently and hygienically as possible. Thanks to the linear shower drain it’s easier to use large sized tiles as your shower floor. Since its invention, it has unleashed a revolution in bathrooms worldwide and transformed them to today’s trendy barrier-free bathrooms. The advantage of a linear shower drain in comparison to a traditional shower drain are numerous.
Unlike a traditional shower tray, a barrier-free shower or walk-in shower is completely level with the floor. In this case, the floor is sloped towards the drain, so all the water will drain efficient and a tray is not necessary. With this type of shower, you can continue your bathroom tiles into your shower and have complete freedom in designing the bathroom of your dreams. Another great plus of a walk-in shower or barrier-free shower is that it’s future-proof, meaning that it makes effective use of space and does not contain obstructive barriers or steps (barrier-free).Read full answer
Your shower drain must have a higher drainage capacity than the amount of water produced by the shower. A standard shower produces about 10-16 litres per minute (depends on the amount of water produced by the water heater/boiler). Easy Drain shower drains have a minimum drainage capacity of 30 litres per minute, which means that the drainage capacity for a standard shower is more than sufficient.
Note: If you use several shower heads or a rain shower, make sure that the drainage capacity is sufficient. In addition, the layout of the shower room also affects the drainage of the water. We recommend to always consult a specialist when determining the layout of the bathroom and the needed drainage capacity.Read full answer
The water seal height is the height of the water in the siphon that blocks the air from the sewer. According to the European building standard EN 1253, a shower drainage system must be installed with a water seal (height) of at least 50 mm. Sometimes in renovation projects, there isn’t a lot of space available in the floor. A lower water seal height also means a lower installation depth. So, in this case, a siphon with 30 mm water seal can be applied.
Note: A lower water seal height (i.e. 30 mm) means less drainage capacity and can also dry out more easily when it isn’t used for a longer period of time, for example during holidays.Read full answer
There is no minimum size for placing a walk-in shower. However, it’s recommendable to have at least 1 meter around the shower head. It’s also important to separate the shower area from the rest of the bathroom using a (glass) partition or wall, this blocks the splashing of water.Read full answer
Easy Drain shower drains are available with the following grate options. Click on the grate finish to find the matching shower drain.
Easy Drain has a wide range of shower drains, specially developed for fitting your own bathroom tile (invisible look). In addition, our Zero-Tile models feature a reversible grid for both tile and stainless steel look.
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Most Easy Drain shower drains are supplied as a complete set. A complete set consists of a design set (grate/frame) and built-in set (part that goes into the floor). The complete set also contains all necessary accessories for installation and maintenance such as height adjustable feet, grate removal tool, tile installation aid etc.Read full answer
The top of the shower drain should be at the same level or max. 2 mm (1/16”) lower than the finishing floor. When determining the required installation depth of the shower drain, please take the following into consideration:
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