Urinal partitions, or hang screens, are a utilized in most men’s restrooms, and several common questions come up when people are getting ready to install. Facility managers ask us about size, the types of materials they come in, the variety of colors and how they mount on walls. Fortunately, urinal partitions are a seamless part of an overall restroom installation, and we produce urinal partitions that match every type of stall in a variety of sizes.
For starters, urinal partitions are usually 24 inches wide and between 42 and 48 inches tall. This standard size provides privacy and a nice, clean look for any restroom, but we also customize urinal partitions to fit any restroom design. For instance, we see a lot of projects that utilize 36-inch wide partitions, which extend further out from the wall, but whatever size you’re looking for, we can likely produce it for you.
In addition to size, there are plenty of things to know, and we’re always available to answer any questions you might have. We can reach us at (615) 248-1001 five days a week. To help answer some other basic urinal partition questions, here are few things you should keep in mind.
Types of Partition Materials
All of our partitions — whether for urinals or stalls — come in a variety of materials at different price points. Each type has its own set of benefits, but for the most part, they’re all extremely durable and easy to install.
One of the most common choices is powder-coated steel, which are most often installed in high-traffic restrooms in schools, locker rooms and offices. Powder-coated steel is our most affordable partition material, and it’s an extremely durable option. Most last between 7 years or more, and with proper maintenance and upkeep, they can last up to 15 years.
Another common choice are plastic laminate partitions, which are slightly more expensive than powder-coated partitions. In addition to durability, plastic laminate partitions come in more than 100 colors, which makes them the best choice for customized restroom settings. We also install solid plastic partitions, which are another extremely durable option. We often install solid plastic stall and urinal partitions in schools, because well-suited to take the wear and tear of the school year.
Lastly, we offer stainless steel partitions, and although they’re a more expensive option, steel partitions can provide a sleek look, if your budget permits. We can prepare all of these options in restrooms — shipping most in 48 hours — and we’re also ready to customize partitions to fit any space.
Color Charts for Urinal Partitions
Depending on the type of material, urinal partitions come in a variety of colors. Our color guide will give you a great sense of the options. Some neutral colors that we see most often are almond and light grey, although we have a wide of selection to fit any color scheme.
Powder-coated steel partitions are available in a limited number of colors, with about 15 different colors to chose from. If you’re looking for something quickly, our powder-coated partitions are available for quick-ship, usually in 48 hours. The quick-ship colors are available in our color chart.
Laminate partitions offer the most variety when it comes to color, with hundred of customized colors to chose from. We offer the basic palette in our color chart, but you can also customize colors from Wilsonart. For solid plastic partitions, the chart will give you a great idea of your options. The key is: Our urinal partitions will match any partitions we offer.
Mounting Urinal Partitions to the Wall is Easy
For urinal partitions, we recommend full-height continuous brackets that provide maximum support for the partition. A full-height bracket allows for several anchor points along the partition. These brackets also attach to a wall block, which adds to the overall support of the urinal partitions.
Of course, these are just a few basics on urinal partitions. For the most part, they fit seamlessly into overall restroom remodels or replaces. If you have questions about installation, color options or want a quick quote, feel free to give us a call.