Recommendations for taking measurements


- All measurements must be given in mm.

- The sketch of the shower installation is always seen from the outside. The classification of left or right arises therefore as shown in the picture below.

- Measurement has to be taken necessarily after laying the tiles.

- The recess measurement denotes the dimensions by which a shower enclosure is inserted into/removed from the tub rim in order to improve watertightness.

- For mounting onto the shower tray, the recess measurement – depending on product between 7 and 25 mm – is automatically taken into consideration during manufacturing.

- When installing on flat ground, the shower enclosure is mounted directly on the tiled floor without a shower tray. For standard orders, please note that the actual dimensions of the shower enclosure are smaller than the ordered dimension, due to the above described recess measurement. This means for instance that the actual dimensions of a Swing-Line swing door with side panel and order dimensions 900 x 900 mm are 870 x 870 mm (from the tiled wall to the centre of the glass). For standard orders, therefore, please observe the tables with the tiled dimensions on the technical information pages of each series.
In a recess In a recess
1) Measure the width at several heights.
2) Check the verticality of the walls and indicate the deviations for each wall.
3) Check the level of the shower tray (or the floor) and indicate the fault.
In a corner In a corner
1) Measure the widths of the wall at the outer edge of the shower tray.
2) Check the verticality of the walls and indicate the deviations for each wall.
3) Check the level of the shower tray (or the floor) and indicate the fault.
Against a wall Against a wall
1) Measure the width of the wall at the outer edge of the shower tray. Measure also the real width at the front of the shower tray.
2) Check the verticality of the wall and indicate the deviations for each side of the shower tray.
3) Check the level of the shower tray (or the floor) and indicate the fault.