Ironwood’s element series of toilet partitions offers a thoughtfully curated selection of models designed to maintain the quality and sound engineering of a custom solution with minimal revision or rework.
What is Roll Edge Banding and How Does it Differ from Self Edge? Traditionally self-edge has been the standard edge finish in the toilet partition industry. This has led many designers to believe self-edge ...
Maintaining bathroom design intent and seamlessly blending commercial toilet partitions into your project can be a hassle. With our configurator tool you can receive design sketches, budget pricing, cut sheets, a...
Emergency Access latches provide easy access to bathroom stall doors during medical emergencies or accidental restroom lockouts. Join us as we explore considerations for proper partition hardware installation.
This article covers all gender toilet partition design considerations (excluding layout issues covered in another article).
This article covers ADA maneuvering and approach requirements with the goal of simplifying the presentation of the standards.
This article focuses on commercial restroom lavatory and shower compartment ADA compliance. It is part of a series summarizing ADA standards as they apply to commercial restroom design.
A summary of fundamental concepts and requirements of the ADA standards as they apply to commercial restroom design, including protruding objects, reach ranges, accessible routes, and doorways..
This article discusses ADA requirements for turning space, clear floor space, toe and knee clearance, and door swing.
This article covers phenolic toilet partitions in detail. Reading this article will make you a bit of a specialist in phenolic.
This article covers 2010 federal ADA toilet clearance requirements. It summarizes the clearance around the toilets and urinal screens required for ADA compliant stalls.