Restroom Water Closet Partitions
The water closet has come a long way from its origin, circa 1775, when Alexander Cummins presented the first components for patent. The first water closet consisted of a Seat, a Bowl and a Cistern. The Seat fitted to the Bowl and served as the Toilet and the Cistern was used to clean out the bowl after use. Now days that water closet consists of a Toilet with a Built In Cistern or Flush Mechanism, Toilet Seat and surrounding privacy walls known as partitions.
In today’s modern public restrooms, the Water Closet stall is composed of Dividing Panels, Floor and/or Ceiling Braced Pilasters, Doors and Hardware to make a complete compartment. Toilets may be arranged out from a corner, in between two walls or freestanding or off a rear structural wall. Providing the widths and depths for each toilet, an engineering layout can be conformed to match the configuration and with installation hardware.
Partition materials are offered in a wide range from Plastic Laminated, Powder Coated Metal, Solid Plastic, Stainless Steel , Solid Phenolic and Granite. Choose from Floor Braced, Floor Mounted Overhead Braced, Ceiling Braced or Floor to Ceiling Applications for a design that best fits your layout.
Choose your Materials, and Application to fit your layout. If you are planning to update an existing restroom or are building as new construction, restroom partitions can be configured to fit each layout with Drawings, Instructions and Hardware included. Offer your guests the privacy and best restroom experience possible.