All companies must provide toilets for their employees and for customers entering the building. When the building is designed, it will have a designated area for the utility block and plumbing for the toilets and sinks will be installed before the building is completed. So will the necessary electrical connections, such as lights and hand dryers.

However, the toilet partition is often left to a last minute decision. When it comes to partitioning toilets, in most cases it is not necessary to have a floor-to-ceiling tile wall between each toilet. Generally, the walls that divide bathrooms and provide privacy for users are only slightly higher than head height and do not extend to floor level, but are at least 12 centimeters or more above the floor.

This allows air to circulate throughout the room and creates a more hygienic atmosphere, as mold and mildew are unlikely to develop. It’s also easier for cleaners to work with fewer corners and edges to worry about mopping up. It also prevents moisture from the floor wash from penetrating the partition and causing it to rot, if it is not made of tile.

The toilet partition is usually made of laminated MDF or plywood, usually around 13mm thick, which has been treated to be waterproof. Then it is strong enough to hold the toilet paper receptacle and any handrails. Usually there will be two walls and a partial front wall with a door. The wall material is often contained within a metal frame that gives it strength and provides a safe area for bolt, screw, or hinge joints.

The two brackets that attach to the floor are usually at the front of the toilet cubicle. Door hardware includes hinges; locks designed to be handles as well, and one or two hooks on the back of the doors, at least in women’s restrooms, for user convenience. Some toilet cubicles may also be equipped with handrails or other devices to ensure that disabled users are safe.

Using partitions like this allows for easy and relatively inexpensive replacement when the area is being improved or if vandalism damage occurs. If the toilets are in an external location, they can easily be hosed down for cleaning purposes. The partition looks attractive and allows natural light from a window or door to penetrate cubicles more easily.

There are many companies that specialize in supplying and even installing toilet screens, so it’s easy to go online and find the company that best suits your needs. You will need to make sure it is a reputable company that can be trusted to do quality work and is close enough to your company that it is possible to work there. In some cases, the company that wants the work done may call for tenders to get the best quote from multiple vendors.

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