Ashapura Steel is a leading manufacturer, supplier, and exporter of high-quality Stainless Steel Floor Drain in various varieties, sizes, and grade standards. We provide our products following our client’s needs and specifications.
SS Floor Drains are an essential component of any modern drainage system. They are designed to collect and channel away any standing water on the floor or in the building, preventing water damage and ensuring the safety and hygiene of the space. Floor drains are typically located in bathrooms, showers, garages, and other areas where water may accumulate.
Floor drains come in various shapes and sizes, including square, rectangular and circular. They can also feature tile insert designs, long floor drains, and other specialized designs to meet the specific needs of different spaces. The most common material used for floor drains stainless steel, as it is resistant to corrosion and chemical damage, ensuring long-lasting durability and performance.
The Stainless Steel Floor Drains are comprised of high-quality stainless steel resistant to corrosion and chemical damage. These are intended to catch waste particles at various levels of the Floor Drain. Because all its elements are fused using Argon welding, the Stainless Steel Floor Drain is simple to use and handle. Its well-designed appearance provides an attractive and aesthetic vibe that complements many home settings.
The floor drain installation, floor drain trap, and cover are also 100 percent quality checked and tested by professional staff by Indian and international industry standards guidelines.
With extensive use in industries such as pharmaceuticals, food, dairy, beverages, chemical, and others, stainless steel floor drains are used in a lot of different applications. We provide superior quality products that are designed and manufactured to conform to industry standards according to customers’ specifications at a competitive price.
To install a floor drain, follow these steps:
Note: Always refer to the manufacturer’s instructions and local plumbing codes for specific installation requirements and regulations.
To clean a bathroom floor drain, follow these steps:
Alternatively, you can use a plunger or a snake tool to remove clogs.
To unclog a floor drain, try the following steps:
If these steps do not work, consider using a chemical drain cleaner or calling a plumber.
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