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How to Install Toilet Partitions
Learn how to install your toilet partitions from the experts at Partition Plus
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Bobrick Installation Instructions
- 1080 DuraLineSeries Phenolic
- 2080 Maximum Privacy DuraLineSeries Phenolic
- 1030 TrimlineSeries and 1040 DesignerSeries High-Pressure Laminate
- 1540 ClassicSeries High-Pressure Laminate
- 1550 MetroSeries and 1530 AccentSeries High-Pressure Laminate
- 2030 TrimLineSeries and 2040 DesignerSeries High-Pressure Laminate
- 1090 SierraSeries SCRC
High Pressure Laminate
Hadrian Installation Instructions
Scranton Installation Instructions
Bradley Installation Instructions
- Series 400 – Phenolic
- Series 400 69-72″ – Phenolic
- Series 500 – Phenolic
- Series 600 – Phenolic
- Series 700 – Phenolic
- Series 700 69-72″ – Phenolic
- Series 400 – Powder Coated/Stainless Steel
- Series 400 69-72″ – Powder Coated/Stainless Steel
- Series 500 – Powder Coated/Stainless Steel
- Series 600 – Powder Coated/Stainless Steel
- Series 700 – Powder Coated/Stainless Steel
- Series 700 69-72″ – Powder Coated/Stainless Steel
- Series 400 – Bradmar Solid Plastic
- Series 400 69-72″ – Bradmar Solid Plastic
- Series 700 – Bradmar Solid Plastic
- Series 700 69-72″ – Bradmar Solid Plastic
Powder Coated and Stainless Steel
Bradmar Solid Plastic
ASI Installation Instructions
Before You Install
- Store your toilet partition pieces indoors in a clean dry area
- Check all your pieces and hardware immediately when you recieve your bathroom partitions. By taking note of any missing or damaged pieces you can contact your supplier and have the pieces quickly replaced.
- Always store your toilet partitions flat, stacking them upright can cause the partition material to warp
- Ensure you have the correct safety supplies. We recommend having another person with you while installing bathroom partitions for safety.
- Look to see if your floor has any uneveness, you will want to take it into account when installing the partitions to make sure all pieces are level.
- Check and double check your measurements before drilling holes and installing pieces. If you have any confusion feel free to call the Partition Experts at Partition Plus.
Learn the Parts
Panels are the pieces that separate the different stalls. They come in various sizes depending on stall depth and privacy level.
Pilasters are the pillars on either side of the doors that anchor to either the ceiling or the floor (sometimes both) and support the door.
Partition doors are just like any other doors, they allow access to the stall. They typically swing inward unless they are for wheelchair accessible stalls.
Hardware for partitions includes screws, bolts, anchors, brackets and sometimes other pieces. They should all be included in a box sent by the manufacturer.
We have provided this set of basic instructions for installing toilet partitions. These instructions are meant to simplify and to help explain how to install partitions, however the numbers of brackets, width of materials, and other features may change depending on your brand and material. Make sure you also find your brand and material specific instructions above so you can use the set that is right for you.