Just like bathroom toilet partitions, the chief concern you have when buying quality bathroom urinal partitions will be lead time. As you know, long lead times of any product or material, can easily put projects behind schedule and extend completion dates. Custom sizes are available for production, ask about stock materials for quickship.
Like bathroom partitions, bathroom urinal partitions are found in an array of materials and mounting styles. Quality always matters in choosing your materials, therefore it’s important to match them to the conditions of your building project. Bathroom urinal partitions should be coordinated with any toilet partitions you select, as well as with any shower dividers, entrance screens, or dressing compartments.
Stainless steel bathroom urinal partitions materials are costlier than other partition materials. It tends to be a good choice where image becomes the main concern for selection, though it does offer longevity and its construction makes it resistant to any rust or corrosion. This is especially a good choice in Class A office buildings and high-end facilities where a contemporary feel is wanted.
Powder Coated Steel bathroom urinal partitions have the same longevity and resistance to rust that stainless-steel partitions do, but they are considerably cheaper. Powder coat is a good pick for when budget-consciousness is more at the forefront than it is for more high-end buildings.
Solid Phenolic/Compact Laminate (CL)
Phenolic is also a costlier product for bathroom urinal partitions; however, it has a low replacement factor due to its major durability, especially in high-humidity areas that can experience significant wear and tear. Healthcare facilities and other health-minded buildings benefit from this product due to its very hard and antibacterial surfaces.
Like Solid Phenolic/Compact Laminate bathroom urinal partitions, these are also highly durable, especially in high-traffic, high-humidity areas. While not as durable, their lower initial cost and minimal maintenance costs make them a great alternative for budget-minded individuals.
High-Pressure Laminates (HPL)
Our multiple lines of High-Pressure Laminate urinal partitions are very dense and durable, and they are also a good pick for when budget is a crucial factor. They are also highly resistant to impact and graffiti and may be an excellent choice for smaller buildings in rural areas, such as offices and churches.
Mounting styles include:
The most basic mounting style. Partitions project outward like fins from bathroom walls and are free of any support on the opposite side. Stirrup brackets are most commonly used as connecting hardware, but continuous brackets can offer more durability for higher-traffic areas. Because the floor is free of any partitions, bathroom maintenance is easy and more sanitary.
With these bathroom urinal partitions, the projecting end is stabilized by a thin post that runs from the floor to the ceiling.
This type utilizes a pilaster along the free end of the partition, but the pilaster is anchored to the floor only. This pilaster is wide enough to add extra privacy for the user, while also offering durability.
Good for schools and hospitals. A pilaster helps to stabilize the free end of the partition from the ceiling only, giving a floating appearance. The panel-free floor space makes cleanup of floors easier, keeps the bathroom more sanitary overall, and can reduce the risk of falls or trips. The wider pilasters can add extra privacy.
Give us a call with information about your project so we can go over options for how to procure bathroom urinal partitions at affordable pricing. Available colors, ADA compliance, and hardware choices are available. Contact Commercial Restroom Partitions today!
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