Obaid Masood – Building Materials Trading (L.L.C.)



Floor Sewers

OBAID MASOOD floor drains suppliers in UAE have a range from Grade 316 stainless steel for commercial settings to anti-odor drains for institutions with heavy foot traffic. Our tile-able discrete floor drains create an elegant shower waste solution when combined with brassware and tile options.


OBAID MASOOD realizes that drainage is a major issue for homeowners and builders. The drainage system must meet the stringent requirements for cleanliness and reliability. As a result, stainless steel is the material of choice for floor gullies, drains, and gratings. It has strong corrosion resistance and a smooth surface, ensuring its beauty and durability will last a lifetime.

Material and Surface

The Floor Drains are constructed using corrosion-resistant and rust-resistant Premium Stainless Steel.

Chrome plating provides a highly reflective, lustrous appearance with flat corners for easy installation.

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Types of Floor Drains

Universal Floor Drains

They are available in numerous forms and sizes. On nearly all types of completed flooring, they are useful. Depending on the user’s requirements, they come in a variety of sizes.

Floor drains with included traps

This drain has two openings: a conventional surface drain and something called a “floor level cleanout.” Water flows to the floor-level cleanout before being routed to the pipe.

Draining Rim Floor Drains

These drains are utilized in industrial environments and warehouses that require continuous cleaning. The interior of the drain is lined with silicone or plastic to prevent waste accumulation. A pipe is attached to the body so that there is a steady flow of water to flush away any remaining waste.

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Should Floor Drains Contain Water?

Yes, floor drains should contain water. They have drain traps to maintain cleanliness. Therefore, you must maintain a constant level of water in your drain. Many recommend keeping the water level at least 2 to 3 inches below the drain. To avoid filthy and stagnant water, you can replenish this container with a gallon every week.