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Bathroom Stall Dimensions

Bathroom Stall Dimensions

Figure 30. Toilet Stalls. Figure 30(a) Standard Stall. The minimum width of the stall is 60 inches (1525 mm). The centerline of the water closet is 18 inches (455 mm) from the side wall. The location of the door is in front of the clear space and diagonal to the water closet, with a maximum stile width of 4 inches (100 mm). An alternate door location is permitted to be on the adjacent side (side wall) of the stall also diagonal to the water closet with a maximum stile width of 4 inches (100 mm). If a wall mounted water closet is used, the depth of the stall is required to be a minimum of 56 inches (1420 mm). If a floor mounted water closet is used, the depth of the stall is required to be a minimum of 59 inches (1500 mm). A grab bar at least 36 inches (965 mm) long shall be located behind the water closet, with one end no farther than 6 inches (150 mm) from the inside corner of the stall. Another grab bar shall be mounted adjacent to the water closet on the side wall and extend from no more than 12 inches (305 mm) from the back wall to at least 52 inches (1320 mm) from the back wall. Figure 30(a-1) Standard Stall (end of row). If a standard stall is provided at the end of a row of stalls, and if the length of the stall is extended at least a minimum of 36 inches (915 mm) beyond the required minimum length, the door (if located on the side of the stall diagonal to the water closet) may swing into the stall. Two grab bars are located in the rear and the side of the water closet. The centerline of the water closet is 18 inches (455 mm) from the side wall with a long grab bar. Figure 30(b) Alternate Stalls. Two alternate stalls are permitted for alterations only; one alternate stall is required to be 36 inches (915 mm) wide. The other alternate stall is required to be a minimum of 48 inches (1220 mm) wide. In either alternate stall, if a wall mounted water closet is used, the depth of the stall is required to be a minimum of 66 inches (1675 mm). If a floor mounted water closet is used, the depth of the stall is required to be a minimum of 69 inches (1745 mm). The 36 inches (915 mm) wide stall shall have parallel grab bars on the side walls. The 48 inches (1220 mm) minimum stall shall have a grab bar behind the water closet and one on the side wall next to the water closet. Grab bars are mounted 33-36 inches (840-915 mm) above the finish floor. In both alternate stalls, the centerline of the water closet is 18 inches (455 mm) from a side wall. In both alternate stalls, the grab bars along the sides of the water closets shall extend at least 54 inches (1370 mm) from the back wall and shall have one end no farther than 12 inches (305 mm) from the back wall. Figure 30(c) Rear Wall of Standard Stall. Grab bars located behind the water closet shall be at least 36 inches (915 mm) in length. One end of the grab bar is shown near the corner of the stall closest to the water closet. Figure 30(a) shows this end 6 inches (150 mm) maximum from the corner. All grab bars shall be located 33-36 inches (840-915 mm) above the finish floor. Figure 30(d) Side Walls. Side grab bars shall be located 33-36 inches (840-915 mm) above the finish floor and shall be no more than 12 inches (305 mm) from the rear wall. Grab bars shall be at least 40 inches (1015 mm) long or at least 42 inches (1065 mm) long for alternate stalls. Water closet seat heights shall be between 17 inches (430 mm) and 19 inches (485 mm). Toilet paper dispensers shall be below the grab bar and at least 19 inches (485 mm) above the floor and no farther than 36 inches (915 mm) from the rear wall, measured to the far side of the dispensers. Return
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Bathroom Stall Dimensions

A little planning can go a long way when installing a new set of bathroom stalls. In this post we’re going to look at how to go about planning a new installation of stalls. How To Layout Your Partition The starting point when installing a new set of partitions is the layout and dimensions. In some cases, the user is installing a new set of stalls in a new bathroom. In other cases, the user is upgrading an existing bathroom. The common cases of upgrading are when: The old stalls are being replaced The flooring of the bathroom is being redone, and the stalls are being upgraded to match the new flooring. The first step is getting the dimensions for the new stalls. We get the customer requirements and configure the dimensions of the stall to fit their needs. We have standard layouts, and we walk the customer through the entire process. We then do layouts and shop drawings, and go back and forth to ensure that the sizing is correct. We believe in “measure twice and cut once.” In the case of a women’s restroom, the typical layout is an ADA stall in the corner with a non-ADA stall attached. For the men’s room, the ADA stall is typically in the corner with a urinal next to it. We would provide a urinal screen or a urinal divider between the urinal and the countertop for the handicapped access. Multi stall restrooms (three or more) are also common in higher populated facilties. ADA Compliance The doors for the ADA stall are designed to swing outwards. This is for navigational convenience for the handicapped. The door for the non-ADA stall normally opens inwards. The in-swinging door contributes to the longevity of the door. If the door is out-swinging, then it has a longer path, builds up speed, and may strike the handle of the adjacent stall. This is likely to damage the out-swinging door, or may even cause the door to snap off at the hinges. In the case of an in-swinging door, the swing is considerably smaller, and the barrier is a smooth divider panel. Thus, there is less likelihood of damage to the door. In particular, when the door is likely to be subjected to rough use, such as by students at a school, the in-swinging door is advisable. The typical dimension of a non-ADA stalls is 3 ft wide by 5 ft.deep. For the ADA stall, the typical dimension is 5 ft wide by 5 ft deep which makes it more convenient for the handicapped access. This is usually dictated by the local municipal codes office and is always advisable to confirm with them to be sure. The first step is just calling us and providing us with your measurements and we’ll lead you through the rest!
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Bathroom Stall Dimensions

Figure 30(b) Alternate Stalls. Two alternate stalls are permitted for alterations only; one alternate stall is required to be 36 inches (915 mm) wide. The other alternate stall is required to be a minimum of 48 inches (1220 mm) wide. In either alternate stall, if a wall mounted water closet is used, the depth of the stall is required to be a minimum of 66 inches (1675 mm). If a floor mounted water closet is used, the depth of the stall is required to be a minimum of 69 inches (1745 mm). The 36 inches (915 mm) wide stall shall have parallel grab bars on the side walls. The 48 inches (1220 mm) minimum stall shall have a grab bar behind the water closet and one on the side wall next to the water closet. Grab bars are mounted 33-36 inches (840-915 mm) above the finish floor. In both alternate stalls, the centerline of the water closet is 18 inches (455 mm) from a side wall. In both alternate stalls, the grab bars along the sides of the water closets shall extend at least 54 inches (1370 mm) from the back wall and shall have one end no farther than 12 inches (305 mm) from the back wall.
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Bathroom Stall Dimensions

Figure 30(a) Standard Stall. The minimum width of the stall is 60 inches (1525 mm). The centerline of the water closet is 18 inches (455 mm) from the side wall. The location of the door is in front of the clear space and diagonal to the water closet, with a maximum stile width of 4 inches (100 mm). An alternate door location is permitted to be on the adjacent side (side wall) of the stall also diagonal to the water closet with a maximum stile width of 4 inches (100 mm). If a wall mounted water closet is used, the depth of the stall is required to be a minimum of 56 inches (1420 mm). If a floor mounted water closet is used, the depth of the stall is required to be a minimum of 59 inches (1500 mm). A grab bar at least 36 inches (965 mm) long shall be located behind the water closet, with one end no farther than 6 inches (150 mm) from the inside corner of the stall. Another grab bar shall be mounted adjacent to the water closet on the side wall and extend from no more than 12 inches (305 mm) from the back wall to at least 52 inches (1320 mm) from the back wall.
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Bathroom Stall Dimensions

Figure 30(a-1) Standard Stall (end of row). If a standard stall is provided at the end of a row of stalls, and if the length of the stall is extended at least a minimum of 36 inches (915 mm) beyond the required minimum length, the door (if located on the side of the stall diagonal to the water closet) may swing into the stall. Two grab bars are located in the rear and the side of the water closet. The centerline of the water closet is 18 inches (455 mm) from the side wall with a long grab bar.

Bathroom Stall Dimensions

Bathroom Stall Dimensions
Bathroom Stall Dimensions

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