Located in Melbourne, Australia, the Monash Conference Centre features state-of-the-art end of trip facilities for cyclists. This facility provides bike storage, lockers, and showers for commuters to store their belongings and get ready for work.
Initially, the area was used for storage, providing the project team with a blank canvas. Once it was identified that two showers were needed plumbing was the obvious challenge. As the area is at the basement level on a concrete floor, conventional plumbing - penetrating the structural slab - was not possible. Sanifloor from Saniflo was chosen as a compact and high-performance solution.
The Sanifloor enables the installation of a walk-in shower in commercial and domestic applications. The advanced suction technology of the pump allows water to be drawn from the shower collection gully, then pump vertically, performing a dual function. This system allows for the installation of a walk-in shower where design constraints do not permit core hole drilling or cutting of concrete slabs to install conventional gravity drainage.
- Allows the installation of a shower on a concrete slab.
- Featuring a depth of only 164mm, the Sanifloor fits easily inside a small wall cavity or vanity.
- Draws the water away using advanced suction technology, allowing the installation of a shower without the need of a raised tray.