How Thick Are Bathroom Stall Partitions?

For those who manage a commercial space, it’s important to consider the dimensions of your bathroom partitions. Why? Because you want to ensure all customers can fit comfortably within your stalls, that you are ADA compliant, and that your facility is safe.

When it comes to the dimensions, a common question we get is how thick are your bathroom stall partitions? Bathroom stall partitions range in thickness based on their specific material. We offer five durable material options for you to choose from, ranging in thickness from ¾ inches to 1 inch.

Our Bathroom Stall Partition Material Thickness

The thickness of our bathroom partitions depends on the specific material you select.

Powder Coat: 1 inch thick panels and doors, with 1 ¼ inch thick pilasters
Solid Plastic: 1 inch thick
Plastic Laminate: 1 inch thick
Stainless Steel: 1 inch thick, panels and doors, with 1 ¼ inch thick pilasters
Phenolic: ½ inch thick panels and doors, with ¾ inch thick pilasters

How Tall is the Average Bathroom Stall?

Our partition stalls are the industry standard:

Solid Plastic Material: 55” panels and doors / 82” – 84” pilasters
Powder Coat: 58” panels and doors / 82” – 84” pilasters
Stainless Steel: 58” panels and doors / 82” – 84” pilasters
Plastic Laminate: 58” panels and doors / 82” – 84” pilasters
Phenolic: 58” panels and doors / 82” – 84” pilasters

What is the Minimum Size for a Commercial Bathroom?

Typically, a water closet, urinal, lavatory area is 15 inches from the center to the partition and should have at least 21 inches clearance. Additionally, it is closer than 30 inches to nearby fixtures.

How Big is a Restroom?

A standard commercial restroom is typically 36” wide by 60” depth. Typically, a toilet partition will range from 48” to 78″.

Does Every Bathroom Need to Be ADA Compliant?

Yes, new commercial bathrooms need to be compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The exception is older buildings, but restrooms that are being renovated or built must comply with the ADA accessibility standards.

Learn more about ADA compliant bathrooms here.

What is the Minimum Size for an ADA Bathroom?

The standard or average width of a non-handicap stall is typically 36″ wide with the smallest possible width being 30″. If done correctly the centers of your toilet decide where your panels go for your non-handicap stalls. The minimum stall depth is 21″ plus your toilet depth. Typical toilets depths are between 29″ to 31.”

How Much Room Do You Need to Turn a Wheelchair?

The ADA requires at minimum 60 inches of clear floor space for the turning space within the restroom.

How Much Room Do You Need to Turn a Wheelchair?

We specialize in American-made toilet partitions with industry-leading warranties and free shipping. Each toilet partitions system comes with everything you need for complete, easy installation. From panels to doors, pilasters, and hardware, you will also receive detailed installation instructions. Additionally, an expert installer is available to talk you through any questions you might have. With our extensive list of options and expert customer service team, it’s no wonder more people use us as their toilet partition and washroom accessories supplier than any other on the market.

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