The Schlüter-Kerdi-Line is a linear drainage system which forms part of the Schlüter-Kerdi-Shower range. It has been designed for the construction of floor-level showers that feature ceramic tiles and natural stone.
The linear drainage system is comprises a stainless steel channel body with a grate and frame structure that is adjustable to the thickness of the covering, from 3 to 25mm.
Schlüter-Kerdi-Line is available in eight lengths, ranging from 50 to 120cm, and is available in four variations:
Schlüter-Systems has recently introduced Schlüter-Kerdi-Line-D, a frameless covering support specifically designed for showers made from tile and natural stone.
All components of the Schlüter-Kerdi-Shower range are designed for fast and easy installation and are suitable for wheelchair users.
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