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Easy solutions for complex partitions

Fully customisable building boards offer an alternative to conventional wall structures and a simple way to separate showering, toileting and washing spaces in bathrooms

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Wedi specialises in providing waterproofing solutions for design led bathroom areas.
Wedi specialises in providing waterproofing solutions for design led bathroom areas.

Wedi’s versatile product range offers a solution for every bathroom project, from a simple partition wall at full or partial height to a ready-to-install complex wall including technology and reinforcements.

Robust Wedi building boards provide specifiers with an ideal alternative to conventional wall structures. With a vertical load capacity of 133kg/m2, they are strong enough to support shower doors, radiators, shelves or tray elements.

They are perfect for creating partitions attached on two sides (wall and floor) and partitions in limitless lengths when the boards are also attached to a solid cementitious ceiling structure.

Customised design with ‘off-the shelf’ products

From a 50mm thickness, standard Wedi building boards are approved for use as freestanding partitions. Whatever the requirement, there is a 50/60/80/100mm version in different widths to suit. Add storage or integrate a washstand - the design possibilities are endless.

100mm thick Wedi Sanwell walls already include a factory-integrated, fully sealed customisable niche and are available in 900 or 1200mm widths. 

Complex solution with simple installation

Always at the cutting edge of innovation, Wedi has developed a customer-specific product to tackle complex requirements.

Featuring integrated technology, reinforcements and a Hansgrohe iBox to suit over 200 thermostatic mixer designs, the Wedi Sanwell shower wall module is made exactly to the client's specification with or without an integrated niche.

  • Wedi Sanwell shower module: The width and thickness of the wall, the height of the iBox and reinforcements for the shower head and hand-held shower are all determined by the client.
    Wedi Sanwell shower module: The width and thickness of the wall, the height of the iBox and reinforcements for the shower head and hand-held shower are all determined by the client.
  • In the standard Wedi range: Building boards and the Sanwell Wall.
    In the standard Wedi range: Building boards and the Sanwell Wall.
  • Wedi T-Module: A clever three-sided solution with a shower, toilet and washbasins.
    Wedi T-Module: A clever three-sided solution with a shower, toilet and washbasins.
  • Wedi T-Module: Endless design possibilities.
    Wedi T-Module: Endless design possibilities.
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7 reasons to specify Wedi shower partitions:

  • Ready-to-tile
  • Loadbearing 133kg/m2
  • Easy and quick to install
  • 100 per cent waterproof throughout
  • Thermally insulating (0.036 W/mK)
  • Robust and lightweight at the same time
  • Easy to cut to required dimensions with little dust

As part of the Ardex family, the manufacturer offers not only 100 per cent waterproof and loadbearing XPS tilebacker boards and shower systems with all required certifications (VOC A+, EPD, CE, UKCA, UKNI), but also compatible adhesives and grouts for direct tiling - for perfect compliance with sustainable requirements.

For more information and technical support, visit wedi.net

Contact:
0161 864 2336
enquiries@wedi.co.uk


 

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