Bathroom partition dimensions are critical when preparing to order materials for commercial restrooms. A little planning will make sure your installation process is smooth and flawless.
Commercial partitions will sometimes require a custom layout. Custom layouts are not anymore expensive, however, they are not as common as a standard 3’ compartment.
Your layout dimensions need to be precise when having a company quote your restroom partitions. This is because most bathroom partitions cannot be cut in the field when installing. This would damage the partitions unless the material is solid plastic.
Common partition material is like a plastic cutting board you use in your house. Some materials use a honey comb cardboard on the inside for support with two sheets of steel on the outside. This would be very hard to cut and could cause issues to the partition.
Overhead brace floor mounted partitions are the most common in the United States. This style is an easy installation with no ceiling or special flooring needed. The most economical solution for high traffic areas and overall height is 82”.
Ceiling hung partitions are great for easy floor maintenance with a clean and contemporary appearance. Maximum ceiling height is 123.5” with most manufactures.
Floor mounted partitions are great for lower ceilings and lower traffic areas. The overall height is 70”.
Floor to ceiling braced partitions are the best for high traffic areas such as airports and high schools. Extra support from floor to ceiling. Maximum ceiling height is 122” with most manufactures.
Over size panels and door for extra privacy are also available. Maximum height for a door is 71-1/2” and panels are 76”. No sight options are also available which include continuous brackets and full length door stops and hinges.