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Powder Coated Steel
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Partition Plus offers powder coated steel bathroom partitions that are economically priced but without any compromises as to their quality. These sturdy kits are available in an array of colors appropriate for any facility. Their lightweight construction means lower shipping costs and a less time-consuming installation, saving you even more money. Easy-to-follow do-it-yourself instructions are also included.
Durable, Private, Safe
Powder coated steel bathroom stalls are CLASS A fireproof with a professional finish that never rusts, fades, or chips. Each piece contains welded corner seams and they promise their sturdy panels won’t warp or buckle. If any part does get damaged, they can be quickly repaired or replaced. Inside, the panels are reinforced with 1-inch honeycomb cells that provide strength as well as sound dampening without a lot of extra mass. The individual bathroom partition pieces are mounted with vandal-proof fasteners and the doors come with ADA-approved latches that offer privacy yet can be quickly opened in case of an emergency.
50% Recycled Material, 0% Emissions
Half of the materials in these powder coated steel bathroom stalls are recycled (14% is pre-consumer and 36% post). In addition, the powder coating process they utilize is low energy, has zero emissions, and virtually no waste. Your powder coated steel restroom partitions are available with enhanced anti-graffiti properties that saves on costly upkeep. Four special colors are designed to meet ATSM D6578 for graffiti resistance, a standard usually reserved for more expensive models. Vandalism from permanent marker, lipstick, and even spray paint is easily removed without ghosting or residue. This powder coating can also withstand commercial chemicals, detergents, or acids.
Many Levels of Privacy
All versions of the powder coated steel restroom stalls we offer can opt for their “No Sightline Solution”. This is an upgrade along the entire doorframe that prevents any gaps. A continuous stop that has a rubber bumper acts as filler as well as reducing noise and wear. A continuous hinge or hinge side fillers are available and these can even be added to previously installed bathroom partitions. The Standard Series toilet stalls are mounted 12” from the floor, with the Elite having a 64” door and 6” of lower clearance. If maximum privacy is essential, the Elite Plus System lengthens the doors to 72” and the panels to 76”. All of them maintain their Hadrian clean, streamlined look.
Other Optional Upgrades
To add more style to your system, our powder coated steel bathroom dividers have the option for a stainless steel hardware package with #4 brushed fittings. If you need even more durability, a masonite-reinforced pegboard core can be inserted, preventing dents and absorbing shocks better than plywood.
22 Colors Available
To help you match your stalls to the style of your restroom, powder coated steel stalls come in 22 standard colors, take a look at our color chart brochure below.
Quick Ship Information
Customers with an urgent need to receive their materials can utilize the Powder Coated Steel quick ship program.
Five headrail braced toilet stall colors qualify for this program:
Click image to see a side by side comparison of all toilet stall materials.
CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Powder coated steel bathroom partitions and screens can be cleaned and maintained with relative ease. Suggested methods for cleaning and maintaining a powder coated steel toilet partition to increase longevity of the material are as follows:
IS THERE A WARRANTY?
PRIOR TO APPLICATION OF ANY CLEANER,
IT IS HIGHLY ADVISED THAT HARDWARE IS PROPERLY SEATED AND IN PLACE.
SETTING UP FOR LONG-LASTING RESTROOM PARTITIONS
CLEANING YOUR PARTITIONS
CAN I POWERWASH POWDER COATED STEEL?
Have some more questions about powder coated steel toilet dividers? Visit our " Frequently Asked Questions " section.
A great advantage to the use of powder coated steel in projects is that there are multiple choices for door and panel sizes. This presents the opportunity to more intricately customize a bathroom partition's setup to accommodate for different desires in privacy.
The measurements for all of the offered door/panel variants offered are as follows:
JUNIOR-HEIGHT BATHROOM PARTITIONS
Junior-height toilet partitions are intended for use in areas where young children are present. The doors in this style have a lower height than the standardized door and panel sizes.
STANDARD SERIES RESTROOM PARTITIONS
As the name implies, the standard series is the default configuration for powder coated steel bathroom partitions. Doors and panels are mounted 12 inches off of the floor.
ELITE SERIES TOILET STALLS
Those looking for more privacy than the normal powder coated steel bathroom stalls can increase the size of their doors and panels by choosing the Elite series. The Elite series reduces the amount of viewable space by providing a larger than normal door and panel height, and by mounting the doors and panels a mere 6 inches off of the ground.
ELITE PLUS TOILET PARTITION SYSTEM
In the rare occasion where the Elite series bathroom partitions do not cover enough of the gaps produced between the tops and bottoms of the doors and panels, the Elite Plus system can surely mitigate the situation. The door size runs 14 inches larger than the standard series bathroom dividers, and 8 inches larger than its regular Elite counterpart. It also has a 76 inch high panel, and the door and panel are mounted only 6 inches off of the ground. This system offers the highest level of privacy available for powder coated steel.
- Door height: 72 inches
- Panel height: 76 inches
- Mounting Styles: Available in headrail braced and floor to ceiling configurations.
DURABLE: WORRIED ABOUT RESTROOM PARTITION DAMAGE? IT'S NO BIG DEAL.
Upkeep of bathroom partitions can be exceptionally expensive, especially in an environment that not only receives high traffic, but also high abuse. The durability of a powder coated steel bathroom partition gives owners the opportunity to restore their materials to better condition.
VANDAL-RESISTANT: ROWDY USERS ARE NO MATCH.
For those areas that are more openly impacted by graffiti as a form of vandalism, there is a special option to add an anti-graffiti powder coating. This anti-graffiti coating allows for specialized graffiti removers to be used in an effort to eliminate marks/ghosting.
CORROSION-RESISTANT: RUST WILL NEVER BE A PROBLEM AGAIN.
Metal and steel typically have a negative association with being susceptible to rust. Previously, powder coated steel fell victim to these situations when placed in high-moisture areas. However, steel used in more recently manufactured powder coated bathroom stalls is galvanized — or given a protective coating of zinc. Zinc carries a remarkable resistance to rust, and this galvanisation provides similar benefits to a powder coated steel toilet partition.
FIRE-RESISTANT: ONE OF THE BEST IN THE INDUSTRY.
Powder coated steel bathroom stalls are ASTM E84 compliant, and graded CLASS A for their fire resistance. This characteristic of being fireproof means that harmful smoke will not be emitted when exposed to intense levels of heat or flames. CLASS A is the highest fire rating achievable for bathroom dividers.
ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIBLE: GOOD FOR THE PLANET, AND GOOD FOR PROJECTS.
With a 50% recycled content, using these toilet stalls is not only efficient, but also beneficial in a number of ways. The process of powder coating minimizes waste and Utilization of powder coated steel in a project can assist those looking to become LEED-certified.
LOW-COST: THE BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK.
Finding a bathroom partition that is environmentally friendly, resilient, fire-resistant, or low cost is not difficult — however, finding one that possesses all of those characteristics is somewhat difficult. To top it off, all of these perks come at a price that is friendly for those looking to keep their project costs low. On average, powder coated steel costs roughly half the price of the more premium solid plastic, solid phenolic, and stainless steel toilet partitions.
FAST: FOR THOSE WITH DIFFICULT PROJECT TIMING, POWDER COATED STEEL LEAD TIMES ARE FASTER THAN MOST OTHER MATERIALS.
Powder coated steel has a speedy turnaround time. Those with the tightest of time constraints can utilize the listed colors on our website and have a lead time of two to three days. Other restroom partitions have noticeably longer lead times, and none of these projects include the transit time to the consumer.
Manufacturer Supplied Instructions
Powder Coated Steel
- 4 foot level
- Hammer drill
- Miscellaneous screwdriver bits
- Miscellaneous drill bits (4 & 8 mm)
- 6mm (1⁄4") masonry bit
- 11mm (7⁄16") and 13mm (1⁄2") wrenches
- 318mm (121⁄2") shim block
- 6-lobe driver bit for upper hinge pin
- Tape measure
STEP 1: FLOOR BRACKETS
Begin the installation by determining the location of the front centerline: take the dimensions of the bathroom stall and subtract 5⁄8 inch. Once the centerline location has been determined, drill 7⁄8 inch holes from edge of pilaster.
STEP 2: PANEL
Using the previously determined centerline locations, fasten two panel brackets to the wall. The centers of the brackets should be 18 inches and 64 inches off of the floor, respectively.
Set the panel on the shim block, and position appropriately in brackets. Ensure a 1/2" clearance between the wall and the panel.
STEP 3: MOUNTING THE WALL PILASTER
Using the centerline as a reference point, fasten two F brackets to the wall. The centers of the brackets should be 18 inches and 64 inches off of the floor, respectively. Slide pilaster shoes onto wall pilaster, then position wall pilasters in wall brackets and above floor brackets. Install floor bracket hardware, leveling device and plumb pilaster, tightening accordingly.
Attach the wall pilaster to the wall brackets, and fasten upper and lower hinges as well.
STEP 4: MOUNTING THE DOOR PILASTER
Place the next pilaster on the floor brackets and mark the center line of the panel on the back. Mark the bracket centers at 18 and 64 inches off of the floor. Using the brackets as templates, mark the necessary drill holes. Then, remove the pilaster from the floor brackets and fasten U brackets.
Insert a leveling device and place the pilaster on the floor brackets with U brackets; drill one whole through the top bracket and fasten.
STEP 5: HANGING THE DOOR
Install a female cam in the door, and install respective latches, coat hooks, and bumpers.
Insert a male cam into the bottom door hinge and lower the door onto it. Install upper threaded hinge pin. In order to place the door at the proper angle, loosen the male cam assembly nut, and set the door at the required angle. Once the desired angle is achieved, tighten the nut. Then, fasten the Stop & Keeper on the pilaster, making sure that it is lined up with the latch.
STEP 6: INSTALLING THE HEADRAIL
Once all necessary partitions have been mounted and are standing, fasten headrail brackets to the wall. The headrail brackets should be roughly 811⁄2 inches above the floor. Differentiation in floor conditions may cause this number to fluctuate slightly.
Place the headrail on the tops of pilasters and wall brackets, and slide them into the corresponding headrail brackets. Fasten the headrail to the pilasters using the inner compartment screws. If a headrail end cap is necessary, install it at this point.
Adjust any leveling devices to level any components of the bathroom stall divider, and tighten as necessary. Drill any remaining panel holes, and fasten to brackets.