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Stainless Steel

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When You Need Quality Bathroom Partitions

Stainless steel toilet stalls offer an exceptionally high standard of materials coupled with long-lasting service, and unmatched fire protection ( see Bathroom Partition Fire Safety Ratings ). These commercial stainless steel toilet stall dividers are the modern, sleek, and yet still an affordable solution for your office or other facility that demands the very best. They are known for their premium design that instantly upgrades a washroom to executive level. Yet, their bathroom stalls are very competitively priced and will save more money in the long run because they will never need to be replaced.

Stainless Steel Restroom Partitions Have A Pristine Appearance

A standard Stainless Steel bathroom partition comes with a #4 brushed finish that provides a smooth, enviable appearance for any facility it resides in. Additional finishes can be applied to the restroom stalls for enhanced damage resistance, including embossed and hybrid options. Further options in appearance can be requested: a fantastic leather grain can be added to add another level of visual elevation to the facility. Stainless Steel is forged from minerals of the Earth and of course, incredibly strong. It’s also highly resistant to damage from industrial cleaners or sanitizers and can easily be spray washed without fear of oxidation. If you’re still worried about cleaners causing havoc on your stainless steel bathroom partitions, check out our blog post “What cleaners you can use on different toilet stalls”. Stainless Steel Partitions boasts the highest level of fire-resistance available for any washroom partition, making it a perfect choice for high-rise buildings. Let’s face it, a gleaming steel bathroom simply looks clean and professional.

Toilet Stalls Responsibly Built

Stainless Steel toilet stalls contain 76% post-consumer and 15% pre-consumer steel for a total of 91% recycled materials. That makes them not only environmentally sound, but their inclusion in your building project will award you LEED credits. These stainless steel bathroom stalls will last forever, but should you decide to replace them, they are also 100% recyclable. The full-corner welds keep the partitions hygienic and prevent them from coming apart. Inside of each panel or pilaster is a 1/2-inch honeycomb cell that enhances strength, impact resistance, and sound absorption. These panels are then tack-welded along every seam to keep them sturdy and sanitary.

When You Need Private, Yet Accessible, Restroom Partitions

The Stainless Steel bathroom partitions come with stainless steel hardware for all their joints and hinges, with an option for chrome. Their signature barrier-free lever latch conforms to both American and Canadian disability access standards. On the corner of every door is a metal-core hinge pin coated in a nylon sleeve that ensures smooth operation. A “No-Sight-line Solution” eliminates all gaps without ruining the clean exterior. This includes a full-length continuous stop with a rubber bumper to deaden sound and reduce wear, as well as a full-length hinge along the other edge. All these pieces are available with a brushed aluminum finish for further refinement. Stainless steel restroom stalls come in Standard (58-inch door, 12-inches from the floor), Elite (64-inch door, 6-inches from floor) or ultra private Elite Plus (72-inch door, 6-inch floor) available in several mounting configurations.


Quick Shipping

Quick Ship Information

While Stainless Steel does not have any choices in color specifically, it has three different finishes — the default, #4 brushed finish leads to an exceptional lead time of two days with orders of under 20 units with the proper configuration.

Stainless Steel's quick ship program applies to headrail braced partitions.

Quick Facts

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Often at the forefront of an executive and elegant looking bathroom, Stainless Steel bathroom dividers and urinal screens can continually provide a clean and sleek design if maintained properly.


Stainless Steel partitions are very easily maintained, and require no special efforts to retain their pristine appearance. Regular cleaning is the most effective way to preserve the brilliance and shine.

  • In many cases, the surface of a stainless steel bathroom partition should simply be cleaned with a mild detergent, or ammonia-based solution. After application of the cleaning agent, the surface should be rinsed off with warm or hot clear water.


  • Build-ups of dirt can be removed with a metal cleaner that is specially intended for a stainless steel surface.
  • Situations involving mineral deposits needing to be scoured can be removed with a slightly abrasive powder like Ajax.
  • Tougher markings like fingerprints, grease, and oil can be removed with a solution containing a detergent, water, and a solvent like acetone or kerosene. If these markings appear on the surface of the partition, rub the cleaning solution in the direction of the metal's grain.
  • Once the stainless steel has been treated with the appropriate cleaning solution and cleaned appropriately, be sure to rinse the surface with clear water. Wipe with a soft cloth thoroughly to reduce and remove all traces of the cleaner — again, rub and wipe in the direction of the metal's grain.

  • We've also create a blog post, specifically written to assist you in cleaning your toilet partitions the correct way so that no damage will be done to them through the cleaning process. View the section " Stainless Steel Toilet Partition Cleaning Instructions".

    Have some more questions about stainless steel toilet stalls? Visit our " Frequently Asked Questions " section.


    Stainless steel is not just a great looking bathroom partition, it's a functionally flexible one as well. Those looking to own a partition can pick from a variety of door and panel sizes to cater to their privacy needs.


    The most popularly chosen variety of the stainless steel partition is the default configuration, which have a standard door and panel size, mounted 12 inches off of the floor.

  • Door/panel height: 58 inches
  • Mounting Styles: Available for all mounting configurations: Headrail braced, ceiling hung, floor mounted & floor to ceiling.

    Specialized for use in areas with younger children, junior-height partitions feature smaller-than-normal door sizes and panels.

    • Door/panel height: 48 inches
    • Mounting styles: Available in headrail braced, floor mounted, and floor to ceiling mounting configurations.
    • Pilaster Sizes:
      • Headrail braced: Pilaster's length is 70 inches.
      • Floor mounted: Pilaster's length is 60 inches.
      • Floor to ceiling: Pilaster's length is distance between the door and the ceiling.


    When the standard series partitions fail to provide an adequate level of privacy, turn to the Elite series. Elite series stalls lower the level of visibilty inside via larger door and panel heights. In addition to this, doors are mounted only 6 inches off of the ground. Full height continuous channels eliminate any sightline gaps around the door.

  • Door/panel height: 64 inches
  • Mounting styles: Available for all mounting configurations: Headrail braced, ceiling hung, floor mounted & floor to ceiling.

    For scenarios where even the Elite series stainless steel partitions fail to provide adequate privacy, the Elite Plus privacy option expands door and panel sizes even further than the Elite variant does. With a door height 14 inches larger and a panel height 18 inches larger than the original, this is the most robust privacy option given to consumers.

  • Door height: 72 inches
  • Panel height: 76 inches
  • Mounting styles: Available in headrail braced and floor to ceiling varieties.


    All stainless steel partitions feature a polished finish with a beautiful shine; this shine gleams in any environment, making it an attractive selection for nearly any bathroom. Bathrooms appear to be more upscale and modern.


    While the splendor of stainless steel is prominent, it is also a great choice for responsible owners looking to be ecologically conscious. Stainless steel stalls exceed 90% recycled content (76% recyclable post-consumer and 15% recyclable pre-consumer). This exceptional recyclability assists in the process of obtaining LEED certification.


    Fire resistance is a great trait for bathroom partition materials to have, and this material more than has it. With a ATSM E84 CLASS A rating with regards to fire resistance, exposure to harmful smoke is not an issue. Additionally, a fire will be contained to an extremely small area. ASTM E84 testing denotes CLASS A as the highest fire resistance rating achievable.


    The stainless steel used on bathroom partitions is type 304 stainless steel, which carries a reasonable resistance against rust-based material deterioration. This is because the type 304 stainless steel is partially composed of chromium, which naturally resists rust.


    While doors and panels do have a standarized size, it is possible to either raise or reduce the sizes of the panels to more appropriately accommodate for specific project constraints. Door and panel sizes have four selectable variations (Junior, Standard, Elite, or Elite Plus from least to most private, as listed on our privacy options), and Elite/Elite Plus variants remove gaps between the doors and panels.


    Specialized finishes can be applied to the material to not only further enhance the appearance, but also introduce a resistance to damage and aesthetic imperfections. Scratches, smudges, fingerprints, residual — the list continues.

    Stainless steel has the option of a type #304 stainless steel, an embossed stainless steel, and a hybrid option that combines an embossed and smooth finish by placing #4 brushed stainless steel on the outside and an embossed finish on the inside to provide the best of both worlds.


    Manufacturer Supplied Instructions

    Tools Needed

    Before the installation of a stainless steel bathroom partition, ensure that you have the following tools to be used:

    • 4 foot level
    • Hammer
    • Hammer drill
    • Miscellaneous screwdriver bits
    • Hacksaw
    • Misc. drill bits (incl. 4mm & 8mm)
    • 6mm (1⁄4") masonry bit
    • 11mm (7⁄16") wrench
    • 13mm (1⁄2") wrench
    • Chalkline
    • 318mm (12.5") shim block
    • 6-lobe driver bit
    • Tape measure


    Begin the installation by determining the locations of the respective foundations; to establish the center line, reference shop drawings for bathroom partition stall depth — measure from the back wall out to the depth of the stall, minus 5⁄8". Mark a line parallel to the back wall on the floor and/or ceiling whenever applicable for future reference. From the side wall, mark in intervals of the stall widths as noted on drawings.

    After all of the locations have been calculated, proceed to drill holes as such:

  • For headrail-braced configurations:
    the center lines will establish the location for the floor brackets — drill 7⁄8" holes for floor brackets in from the edge of the pilaster.
  • For floor-mounted configurations:
    the center lines will establish the location for the floor studs — drill 1" holes for floor studs in from the edge of the pilaster location according to shop drawings.
  • For ceiling-hung configurations:
    the center lines will establish the location for the ceiling studs — drill 1" holes for ceiling studs in from the edge of the pilaster locations with respects to drawings.
  • For floor-to-ceiling:
    the center lines will establish the locations for ceiling studs, and floor brackets — drill 7⁄8" holes for the floor brackets and 1" holes for ceiling studs.


    Utilize the previously calculated stall width center lines to determine the location of the panel brackets on the wall. The centers of the brackets should rest at 18" (457mm) and 64" (1626mm) above the floor. Mark these locations.

    Set the panel upright on the 12.5" shim block and align with marked locations denoting the bracket centers. Leave a 1⁄2" (13mm) gap between the wall and the panel before drilling holes through the brackets and fastening.


    Attach two F brackets to the wall at the established centerline. The bracket centers should sit 18 inches (457mm) and 64 inches (1626mm) off of the floor. Then, slide the pilaster shoe onto the pilaster, positioning the pilaster in the wall brackets and over the floor brackets. Install all of the corresponding hardware and the leveling device, set the pilaster perfectly vertical, and then tighten. Attach the pilaster to the wall brackets, and fasten the upper and lower hinges to the wall pilaster.


    The door pilaster is to be placed on the brackets or studs installed in previous steps. Mark the center line on the back of the panel, and mark the center line of the bracket centers, which reside 18" (457 mm) and 64" (1626 mm) off of the floor. Use the brackets as a guide to mark the appropriate drill holes. Then, remove the pilaster from the brackets/studs and fasten the U brackets.

    After the brackets have been attached, begin mounting the door pilaster. The front and back edges of the shoe are to be parallel to one another — if this is not the case, put pressure on the back seam of the pilaster shoe until both edges are parallel. Then, slide the shoe onto the pilaster. Insert the leveling device and position the pilaster on the brackets and/or studs using U brackets. Drill a hole through the top bracket, and fasten properly.


    With the door pilaster attached, the door can be hung. Install the female cam into the door, install the latch, and install the coat hook and bumper. Insert the male cam into the bottom hinge and lower the door on it. Then install the threaded upper hinge pin. If the angle of the door needs to be changed, loosen the nut of the male cam. Once the desired angle is achieved, tighten the nut of the male cam. Continue by fastening the stop & keeper on the pilaster, making sure that it lines up appropriately with the latch.

    If installing a headrail braced configuration, a headrail can be installed to aid in lining up and spacing pilasters.

    Proceed to install the remaining compartments using the same previous steps.

    Optional — Step 6: Adding the Headrail

    This is only applicable to headrail-braced configurations.

    Headrail brackets are to be fastened to the wall roughly 81.5" above the floor — measurements may vary due to inconsistent floor conditions.

    Place the headrail into the tops of the pilasters and slide into the headrail brackets accordingly. The headrail is to be fastened to the pilasters and wall brackets. The end cap for the headrail can also be installed if required. Leveling devices should be used to ensure all compartment components are aligned appropriately. Tighten these components, then drill all panel holes and fasten to the brackets.

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