On the Virtues of Stainless Steel

Stylized, high contrast photograph of stainless steel tubing ends, stacked.

While stainless steel has been popular in the building specialties industry for a long time, it hasn’t always been a popular finish for products like restroom accessories and toilet partitions. You probably don’t want to read “A Complete History of Stainless Steel”, but a bit of background can’t hurt.

“Water resistant” alloys (what we would consider stainless steel) were first patented in the late 19th century. By the 1920s, stainless steel was produced in large quantities for commercial applications. The building, chemical, medical, and culinary industries loved the material. Why did stainless steel make a splash? Chalk it up to its durability, heat resistance, and cleanability.

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How Do I Measure for Toilet Partitions?

How to measure for toilet partitions is easy, measure the length of the room and multiply that by the width, the total is the area, if you have stalls, just write down each piece and measure it’s length and width, write down the bathroom stall dimensions.

Measuring can seem like a daunting task, however, it doesn’t need to be. It’s really a 15 minute to 30 minute task, depending on any people who might either be in the restroom or who might need to use the restroom while you are measuring. Hopefully this guide will help reduce the stress involved in this task and also provide further insights to help make your measuring that much more accurate.

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