Restroom Partitions Mounting Options

Floor-Mounted, Overhead Braced
 (Most Popular)

• Most popular mounting style
• Economical
• Headrail secures partitions to walls

This mounting option provides the lowest cost solution for high traffic areas that are also prone to vandalism. This option does not require any special floor or ceiling construction, so installation is easy in both new construction and existing buildings. The anti-grip headrail provides superior rigidity. (Powder coated metal, plastic laminate, phenolic, stainless steel, solid plastic)

Floor-Braced

• Concrete floor installation only
• Simplified construction
• Creates open environment

This mounting option enhances the design of your restroom while providing functional performance. In buildings with high ceilings, this style will enhance the openness of the space. A minimum three inch concrete floor anchor is required. (Powder coated metal, plastic laminate, phenolic, stainless steel)

Ceiling-Hung

• Simplifies floor cleaning
• Requires structural ceiling supports
• Used in conjunction with wall mounted toilets

This mounting option works well where your partitions system requires additional support. This style is anchored at the floor and ceiling.(powder coated metal, plastic laminate, phenolic, stainless steel, solid plastic)

Floor-to-Ceiling

• Extremely stable mounting style
• Secures to both the floor and ceiling
• Requires both concrete floor and structural ceiling mounting

This mounting option provides the lowest cost solution for high traffic areas that are also prone to vandalism. This option does not require any special floor or ceiling construction, so installation is easy in both new construction and existing buildings. The anti-grip headrail provides superior rigidity. (Powder coated metal, plastic laminate, phenolic, stainless steel, solid plastic)