Toilet partition systems will have common features and functions across the partition manufactures. The different elements within partition systems will be focused on the pilasters mounting, while the doors and panels remain the similar across brands.
Overhead braced floor anchored is the most common type of partition system in the United States. This is where the pilaster mounts to the floor and is 81” in height. This pilaster connects to an aluminum head rail to keep the top stabilized.
If a floor mount only toilet system is selected, this has a height of 70” with no support at the top.
Floor to ceiling mounted toilet systems are supported by your floor and ceiling. This type of partition system is commonly used for heavy traffic areas.
Ceiling hung toilet partition systems are used to help the maintenance crew clean up quicker since no partitions are actually touching the floor. This type of toilet partition system is not recommended due to your system will be shaky with no floor support.
Different material types include powder coated steel, plastic laminate, solid plastic (HDPE), solid phenolic in black core or color thru and stainless steel partitions.
The manufacture and toilet partition system selected will greatly determine your lead time.
Most toilet partition systems require a minimum of 48 hours to a maximum of 3 weeks to ship. That said, a one week delivery is certainly feasible with the right brand and configuration.
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