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Custom Shape

Enter a restroom with custom shape and encounter eye-catching curves and edges.

  • Doors, panels, and pilasters can be custom-specified to almost any shape.
  • Material strength and safety concerns result in design limits, such as minimum curve radius.
  • Privacy and accessibility issues may constrain some features, such as floor clearance.
  • All materials except stone can be used for custom shape.
  • Investigate custom shape options in our Configurator.
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Things to Consider

Consider the following in association with custom shape washroom partitions:

  • Design complexity will likely impact lead times.
  • Post installation vandalism and system reparability should be considered.
  • Some materials are not appropriate for wet areas.
  • Additional cleaning care may be required.
  • Specific cleaning requirements vary by material.
  • Minimum outside radius is 8” (Laminated) and 1/2” (non-laminated)
  • For maximum flexibility consider using non-laminated materials such as phenolic, HDPE, or solid surface.

If you have questions about any of these considerations, or have other concerns, please contact us.


Tech Data

Select from the following to download tech data sheets.

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Available Options

Materials

Custom shape partitions can be created from a wide variety of materials, including the following:


If you have further questions about options for custom shape partitions, please contact us or see our Custom Shape Tech Data sheet.


Custom Shape

Design Details

Partition components can have more than just straight lines! Doors, panels, and pilasters may be custom-specified to whatever shape(s) meet your needs. This can enhance a design, emphasize a theme, meet an architectural need, and more for custom public and custom commercial stalls.

Custom shape designs do have some constraints to keep in mind. For example, material strength limitations and safety concerns result in minimum curve radius requirements which vary, depending on the materials. In cases where sharp curves or narrow cuts are desired, alternatives such as engraving or inlay could be considered to achieve a similar effect.

Hardware considerations require that hinge and latch points be straight edges.

Privacy should be considered in the specification of shapes near hinge and latch points. The clearance between partition components and the restroom floor should also not be excessive. On the other hand, accessibility requirements impose minimum clearance heights. Please contact us to determine applicable requirements and what will work best for your design.

Detailed descriptions of the shapes to be manufactured should be supplied in DXF or DWG file format. Other formats, such as high-resolution AI, CDR, GIF, or JPEG, are also accepted with an additional charge to cover the conversion cost to DXF or DWG . The amount of this charge depends on the source file format and the level of detail in the shape(s). Please contact us to determine conversion rates if you cannot provide DXF or DWG versions of your design.

Compatibility

The pilasters of headrail braced and floor to ceiling mounted partitions cannot be shaped on their top edge.

No part of a door or panel can be taller than the pilasters unless a floor mounted style is selected.

Compatibility with other partition design options such as materials, upgrades, and sizes will depend on specifics of the design. Please contact us for assistance in determining the specifics for your design.

Questions?

If you have further questions about custom shape partitions, please contact us.

Custom shape partition design possibilities