A toilet stall needs to provide room for users to comfortably move around with ample clearance between the door and toilet. A standard toilet stall will be 36” wide by 60” deep with a 24” wide door
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), bathrooms usually require one larger stall designed to accommodate wheelchairs. These ADA stalls are 60” wide by 60” deep with a 36” wide door and found at the end of the row.
Restrooms often have an end stall that reaches wall to wall, creating a 90 degree angle with other compartments. This is referred to as an alcove configuration, and are typically 108” total width, with either a standard 24” door, or an ADA 36” door.
Doors, Pilasters, & Panel Heights
The most common style of toilet partitions is floor mounted with overhead bracing. This will consist of 82” tall pilasters mounted to the floor with an overhead rail attached at the top for added stability. Standard door and side divider panels are 58” in height and mounted 12” off the floor. (Solid plastic partitions will include a 55” side divider panel mounted 14” from the floor.) High privacy bathroom dividers with larger panels and doors, as well as different mounting styles, are also available. Contact our staff today for sizing, options, and pricing.
Each material has its benefits in terms of cost, moisture resistance, durability, and even vandal resistance. Determining the right material can save time and money, as well as add a stylish finish to your restroom. Different materials also very in thickness from ½” to 1-¼”. See the chart below for the varying sizes of baked enamel, solid plastic, solid phenolic, plastic laminate, and stainless steel.