Point drainage in suspended timber floors (integrated) - Fundo Ligno
Floor-level shower systems
The wedi Fundo Ligno floor element was specially developed for use in old and new builds with suspended timber floors. With the integrated version shown here, the seal is created on the neighbouring timber construction using the wedi Fundo sealing set.
Now, connect the drain pot and attach the structure preservation cover. Create the holder for the Ligno element using timber boards, which are screwed onto the strips.
Check the drain position of the wedi Fundo Ligno element and adapt it, if necessary.
Fill the recess with earth-moist screed.
Insert the O-ring int the plastic frame`s groove from above and screw down the shower tray`s screw valve using sealing insert.
Apply tile adhesive all over the underside of the shower element.
Weight the element down for 24 hours.
Seal the joins and timber beam transitions with the wedi Fundo sealing set. Recommendation: Seal the complete timber floor area with wedi Dry & Flex.
Bring the drain frame to the height of the top tile edge and secure in the bed of adhesive. If the tile is thicker than 15 mm, use the ramping element to adjust the height.
If the tile is thicker than 15 mm, use the ramping element to adjust the height.
Tile the element. Insert the shower insert and odour trap.
Insert the stainless steel grid. The siphon can be cleaned at any time