What is the height of bathroom partitions?

Standard door and side divider panels are 58” in height and mounted 12” off the floor. (Solid plastic partitions will include a 55” side divider panel mounted 14” from the floor.)

What are bathroom stall partitions made of?

FACT: High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) bathroom partitions are comprised of high density polyethylene resin & pigments. Phenolic bathroom partitions are comprised of a melamine sheet then multiple layers of resin impregnated kraft paper.

How much does a bathroom stall door weigh?

A standard 36″ wide door weighs 47 lbs. Plastic Laminate toilet partitions are the second most lightweight material, as it has a particleboard core. A standard 36″ wide door weights 60 lbs.

Why do bathroom stalls have gaps?

Keeps the Line Moving: Having a gap at the base of a partition allows people waiting in line to see if a stall is occupied or vacant. This visibility keeps the line moving and prevents wait times from being any longer than they have to be.

What’s the minimum width for a toilet stall?

36 inches wide
While restroom stall dimensions vary in accordance with the unique characteristics of your bathroom space, standard toilet stall dimensions are 36 inches wide and 60 inches deep. Minimum bathroom stall dimensions include a depth of 48 inches, but the depth can be as much as 78 inches, if necessary.

What is the minimum toilet stall width?

60 inches
Figure 30(a) Standard Stall. The minimum width of the stall is 60 inches (1525 mm). The centerline of the water closet is 18 inches (455 mm) from the side wall.

What are toilet cubicles made of?

The panels are constructed from multiple layers of high quality, dyed kraft paper impregnated with thermosetting phenolic resins, giving the panel a characteristic black core appearance. The outer sides are are further layered wih a decorative paper and melamine resin allowing for a variety of colours and textures.

What are school bathroom stalls made of?

Solid plastic is non-porous and moisture-resistant. Solid plastic is tough enough to withstand heavy traffic and holds up well to strong cleaning solutions — which is ideal in a school environment.