Toilet partitions components are designed to fit into a multitude of restroom configurations. These ubiquitous toilet room components can be found configured from wall to wall, out of a corner, freestanding on a back wall only or in combinations. Simple measurements should be provided with the Depths and Widths and number of partition compartments based on each restroom configuration for accurate materials quotes. Or provide a physical sketch, rendering or Blueprint showing the toilet room areas with dimensions and specifications, CAD drawings will be provided with your quote.
First choice on the partitions menu is to choose your application. There are Four Applications: 1) Floor Braced - 70" High Pilasters anchor to the floor, 2) Floor Mounted Overhead Braced - 80"H Pilasters anchor to the floor with 2" Aluminum Bracing that fits across the top of the pilasters, 3) Floor to Ceiling Braced, anchors to floor and anchors to beam in ceiling (max ceiling height is 10'), and 4) Ceiling Braced - pilasters are anchored from beam in ceiling only.
The floor braced application is popular for areas in between two walls and the 70 inch high pilasters work really well where ceilings are low and where ceilings drop or fur or angle down from ceiling. The Floor Mounted Overhead Braced partitions offer a similar facade with an 80 inch high pilaster, the aluminum brace fits down over the top of the pilasters and add support. The Floor to Ceiling partition applications can offer the most privacy for applications with nine and ten foot ceiling heights. Ceiling hung partitions anchor into a beam in the ceiling and offer an open floor area below.
Types of materials include Baked Enamel, Plastic Laminated, Solid Plastic, Solid Phenolic, Stainless Steel and Granite. If not specified, materials choices can depend on area requirements, how much traffic you have, heights of ceilings and budget in determining the highest and best choice.
All materials comes completely equipped with all hardware to fit to Engineering Layout provided. Brackets, Hinges, Door Hardware, Screws, Anchors and Fasteners are included. Each material has a specific set of hardware with options to upgrade to Continuous Brackets, Continuous Spring Loaded Door Hinges, and Stainless Steel in lieu of Chromed Zamac or Aluminum depending on the materials choice.
Supplies required for installation include, chalk line and pencil, flat and Phillips screwdrivers, jigsaw or hacksaw, circular saw, two spring clamps, 3/32, 7/64, 1/8", 13/64", 7/32" and 1/4" drill bits, power drill or screw gun with drill bit extension, tape measure and 4' level, 5/16" ceramic tile and masonry bit, hammer drill, spacer - (356mm) high and strong enough to support the panel.
Follow the installation instructions and Engineering Drawings to affect the layout exactly as CAD drawn. Do not deviate from the engineering drawings as they are predetermined to fit your layout. Check back with your sales person or with Engineering should you have any questions or changes while in the field.