QuARTz by ACO - bathroom drainage

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Tiled showers rely on a linear drainage system that is easily integrated into the screed above the waterproofing. QuARTz by ACO offers a channel profile that ensures compatibility with different floor structures.

The installation details shown, set out to provide the designer with integrated solutions for wet room floor drainage. The illustrations identify preparation, the installation and construction processes required to install these products in wet room environments.

For both flooring applications, two alternative positions for the waterproof membrane are illustrated. However for simplicity, the written guidelines below and opposite refer to the waterproof membranes that are applied beneath the screed mortar bed only. A drainage flange is shown to provide bracing to the connection and control leakage of the mortar screed bed. It should be recessed into the floor with a router for a timber deck or diamond grinder, for a slab.

 

These details do not cover every possible situation and should only provide a practical reference. ACO recommends designers and installers check local legislative standards and practices or seek specialised engineering advice.

MethodMembrane TypeStandardLevel access with shower screenStep downShower hobAdjacent to timber wallAdjacent to brick wall
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QuARTz by ACO offers floor wastes compatible with different floor structures.

The installation details shown, set out to provide the designer with integrated solutions for wet room floor drainage. The illustrations identify preparation, the installation and construction processes required to install these products in wetroom environments. For both flooring applications, two alternative positions for the waterproof membrane are illustrated.

However for simplicity, the written guidelines below refer to the waterproof membranes that are applied beneath the screed mortar bed only. A drainage flange is shown to provide the bracing to the connection and control leakage of the mortar screed bed. It should be recessed into the floor with a router for a timber deck or diamond grinder for a slab.

 

These details do not cover every possible situation and should only provide a practical reference. ACO recommends designers and installers check local legislative standards and practices, or seek specialised engineering advice.

MethodMembrane TypeStandard
ConcreteAbove screedpdf dwg
Below screedpdf dwg
 Timber Above screedpdf dwg
Below screedpdf dwg
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  PDF DWG PDF DWG
Wave pdfdwg pdf dwg
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QuARTz by ACO offers floor wastes compatible with different floor structures.

The installation details shown, set out to provide the designer with integrated solutions for wet room floor drainage. The illustrations identify preparation, the installation and construction processes required to install these products in wetroom environments. For both flooring applications, two alternative positions for the waterproof membrane are illustrated.

However for simplicity, the written guidelines below refer to the waterproof membranes that are applied beneath the screed mortar bed only. A drainage flange is shown to provide the bracing to the connection and control leakage of the mortar screed bed. It should be recessed into the floor with a router for a timber deck or diamond grinder for a slab.

 

These details do not cover every possible situation and should only provide a practical reference. ACO recommends designers and installers check local legislative standards and practices, or seek specialised engineering advice.

MethodMembrane TypeStandard
ConcreteAbove screedpdf dwg
Below screedpdf dwg
 Timber Above screedpdf dwg
Below screedpdf dwg