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An example of a shower cubicle with a shower tray.

Not all shower cubicles are square or have a flat bottom. Most shower cubicle trays typically have rounded sides.

In these cases, there is a need for a system which can be adapted precisely to fit the shape of the shower tray and thereby provide the necessary access.

Excellent Systems tiles and ramps can be adapted to exactly fit the shower tray - regardless of size and design.

An example of raising of floor around shower tray, and filling of shower tray.

Using Excellent tiles and ramps provides easy access to shower. As shown in the illustration, the entire floor level is raised around the shower tray, then a ramp is built up to this platform and the shower edge. The shower tray is then filled and adjusted as necessary. Small adjustment ramps can be used where needed.

Raising the entire floor level around the shower tray improves the ergonomic conditions for both users and carers/helpers.

Procedure for installation of ramps for shower cubicles with trays
Since shower trays or hobs have no particular default depth and size, it is difficult to describe a standard solution. Below are a few illustrations of solutions to showers with trays or hobs.

A typical shower tray or hob does not have a straight bottom surface. The floor will typically be rounded up to the edge. Excellent tiles and ramps can easily be cut and adjusted to fit each shower perfectly.
When multiple layers of tiles are required, you can choose between an upwards or downwards ramp.