6892 Arc ShuffleDEK Linear Drain Shower Bases
Arc ShuffleDEK Linear Drain Shower Bases
Arc has introduced the ShuffleDEK linear drain system to their already unique line of tile-ready curbless shower pans. ShuffleDEK is the easiest, fastest, most foolproof way to build a single pitch custom curbless shower with a linear drain. With a single pitch plane, this shower foundation is perfect for installing the popular large format tiles. The ShuffleDEK system's unique drain outlet can be adjusted from side to side to miss any joists that may be in the way during installation.
- Available in 3 sizes that can be cut and molded to fit most shower installations
- Fully molded drain gulley is embedded into the structural base eliminating any leaking
- Designed for installation against stud walls, in alcoves, or open on one or both sides with the back edge against a stud wall
- 1-1/8" thick edges match 1/4" tile back atop a 3/4" subfloor
- Flat bottom allows for any orientation of base to joints
- Drain cover is designed be filled with tile for a visually impressive shower floor
- Side and back edges have 1/2" upstands to support and align typical tile underlayment fastened to the walls
- Easily install multiple ShuffleDEK shower pans side-by-side for larger showers
- Build a custom curbless shower without expensive joist alterations
- Install directly on any joist system (wood joists, trusses and engineered joists)
- For open-sided installations, stainless steel trims add a nice finish to small areas of an upstand that remain exposed
- Certified compliant with IRC, IPC, UPC, NPC and IAPMO PS106-2015E1 for pre-fabricated tile-able shower receptors
- Arc ShuffleDEK Linear Drain Shower Pan
- Tile-In Drain Cover
- Drain Connector
Questions & Answers (1)
Question 1. If I were to glue the pan to a level OSB deck and used your ARC brand glue and did the blocking as recommended, and just cut a hole for the drain, then added 3/4 OSB around the pan, is that OK to do? ( I have a deck that is 3/4 inch lower than the floor in the next room and would like to raise the floor)
Question2 After tiling do you caulk corners or "changes in plane", or can you grout? Can you use schluter inside corner movement joints such as dilex-eke in these areas? Is there any limitation to trims I can use on outside corners?
Question3 Is Tank/10 a waterproof decoupling membrane? Is there any way I can transitions from Tank/10 to schluter Ditra in the rest of the bathroom? Do I even need to? I would like to waterproof the entire floor, all corners and up to 5 inches up all of the remaining walls.
Please contact us directly at 800-709-0002 and we can discuss your application in further detail.