A frameless shower screen provides the perfect splash guard to prevent unwanted water from getting out of the wet room shower area. Aesthetically, a glass shower screen helps to create a contemporary and minimalistic look in the bathroom. Functionally, it helps to contain the water within the level-access shower area making water drainage easier (you don't need to slope the entire floor of the room toward the drain).
Tile Fix Direct supplies wet room shower screens from complete wet room solution provider, Orbry™. The Orbry™ Shower Screens stand 2 metres tall and come in various sizes ranging from 690mm to 1190mm wide. They are made of 10mm of toughened glass.
When purchasing an Orbry™ Shower Screen, you have the opportunity to replace some of the products that come as standard in the kit.
The optional products that are available for purchase along with the standard Orbry™ Shower Screen allow you to create the optimal shower area to meet your specific needs. Additional products for the Orbry™ Shower Screen include aluminium joints (135° corner channel, 90° corner channel and T-Joint channel), glass return panels (290mm or 390mm wide), corner support bars, extra wall bars, and a double robe hook.
Telescopic Wall Bar
The standard variable-length support bar included with an Orbry Shower Screen.
Designer Wall Bar
Upgrade to the Designer Wall Bar for a more stylish, sleek and modern appearance.
Designer Corner Bar
The Designer Corner bar can be fitted with shower screens less then 800mm, or in place of the Telescopic Wall Bar when additional return panels are used.
The 90° Joint connects an additional return panel to the main glass panel.
The 135° Joint connects an additional return panel to the main glass panel.
The T-Shaped Joint connects two additional return panels to the main glass panel.
Double Robe Hook
The Double Robe Hook hangs on the outside of the shower screen, making it easier to reach your towel and perfect for saving space in your wet room.
Surface Mounted Channel
The Surface Mounted Channel is standard with all Orbry Shower Screens. It is installed after tiling.
The Recessed Channel is available as an upgrade to all Orbry Shower Screens. It is installed during tiling - a 14mm gap must be left between the tiles.
The following diagrams are examples of what can be done through upgrades and additional products to create a shower area that is uniquely designed to suit your requirements. The diagrams represent a selection of the combinations that are available when it comes to designing the shower enclosure; your options are extensive when choosing Orbry™.
Example Layout 1 can be installed by upgrading the telescopic wall bar to a corner support arm and purchasing an additional glass return panel and 90° corner channel.
Example Layout 1
To create Example Layout 2, you will need to upgrade the telescopic wall bar to a corner support arm and purchase an extra glass return panel and one 135° corner channel.
Example Layout 2
If Example Layout 3 is the desired look, then you will need to purchase an additional support arm. Make sure both support arms are the same.
Example Layout 3