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Drainage in the KärntenTherme by Aschl

On the inside, numerous angles and a free-floating sport swimming pool create a variegated spatial feeling. About 40 million litres of thermal water bubble at a temperature of 29.9 °C from six natural springs to form the basis for the adventure and relaxation pool. For the drainage technology the planners used barrier-free, efficient and visually integrated solutions. The pool, bath and shower gutters, as well as the sanitary drains, take the form of narrow channels with high drainage capacity. One of the solutions is the bath gutter SPArin from Aschl in a Europe-wide patented version without edges and without a surrounding visible web. The stainless steel gutter has a slit width of 8 mm, which makes it barrier-free and walkable with bare feet. In addition, drainage holes drain the thin-bed seal, and the surrounding adhesive flange with wall anchors seals the upper drainage levels. This prevents the accumulation of water or moisture in the floor construction. The integrated slope and the V-shaped drain ensure the reliable drainage of water and dirt. All of these factors contribute to the durability of the systems and of the joints and tiles.

Kurze Werbepause

Aschl, Bathrooms, Sanitary facilities, Therme, Drainage

Photo: Kärnten Therme/ STO GmbH/ Schellander & Mario Rabensteiner

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