wedi Fundo Trollo Design floor element for round showers
Technical properties Fundo Trollowedi Fundo floor elements can be cut to size on site, the geometry of the elements should be maintained however. wedi fundo elements can only be combined with the wedi Fundo drains.
|Wheelchair load-bearing from minimum tile size||50 x 50 mm|
|Glass mosaic from 3 mm, minimum size||20 x 20 mm|
|Minimum foundation height depending on the drain: |
horizontal drain, DN 50
horizontal drain Mini Max, DN 40
|vertical drain||40 mm|
|Surface slope (from outer edge of Fundo floor element |
to outer edge drain opening) (exception: Fundo Nautilo,
28 mm Surface slope)
Special drain with odour trap and stainless steel cover.
|Frame with stainless steel grid available in the following dimensions:||120 × 120 mm|
Ø 120 mm
|Drain performance depending on the drain selected:|
|Fundo drain Mini Max, horizontal, DN 40||0,5 l/s ;|
|Fundo drain, horizontal, DN 50||0,80 l/s ;|
|Fundo drain, vertical, DN 50||1,10 l/s ;|
|Fundo drain, vertical, DN 70||0,80 l/s ;|
|Fundo drain, vertical, DN 50, fire stopp||1,10 l/s ;|
For impact sound insulated floor structures, installation of impact sound insulation under wedi Fundo and perimeter isolation strips should be planned: Construction using wedi Nonstep Plan impact sound deadening boards (6 mm rubber granulate insulation element, Δ L W,R = 14 dB in accordance with DIN 52210). Alternatively, approved polythene membranes may be used.
Permitted noise level in accordance with DIN 4109 LIn ≤ 30 dB(A) and in accordance with VDI 4100 SSt III ≤ 25 dB (A), caused by water: complied with using wedi Fundo and Nonstep Plan.
The installation is the same as for the building element Fundo Primo.
Areas of use Fundo Trollo
- In domestic residential construction
- In publicly accessible buildings and workplaces complying with DIN 18040 part 1
- In accessible dwellings complying with DIN 18040 part 2 (note specifications for minimum tile size if wheelchair access is planned, see technical properties)
- As a construction seal combined with tile and natural stone (floors subject to moderate surface flowing water in interior areas; directly loaded floors in rooms in which tap or cleaning water is used very frequently or for long periods, and floors of indoor and outdoor pools that are filled with water with the properties of drinking water).