Types of Materials

Polymer
Polymer (HDPE)
Polymer (HDPE) is highly resistant to stains, common acids and cleaning agents as well as to moisture. The ideal choice for busy public facilities — never needs painting and will not easily dent or chip. Offered in a wide variety of contemporary colors. Floor Anchored/ Overhead Braced, Ceiling Hung and Floor and Ceiling Anchored styles.
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Solid Phenolic Core
Solid Phenolic Core
Solid Phenolic toilet partitions are composed of melamine impregnated decorative surface papers superimposed over a varying number of Kraft phenolic core sheets to achieve a desired thickness, forming a one piece panel which will not delaminate
Advantages
Toilet Partitions offering the possibility of hundreds of colors, and patterns of plastic laminate, but the advantage of being completely water resistant, impervious to steams, soaps, and detergents.
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Plastic Laminate
Powder Coated Steel - Baked Enamel
High Pressure Laminates meet or exceed NEMA standards. Standard core is particleboard and not recommended for high moisture areas. For high moisture areas, Solid Phenolic Core or High Density Polymer should be used.
Advantages
General’s High Pressure Plastic Laminate Toilet Partitions are available in hundreds of designs ranging from classic woodgrains to solid colors. Very economical with a highly durable plastic surface that will not rust or dent. Dirt, grease, and cosmetics will not penetrate surface.
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Powder Coated Steel
Plastic Laminate
Powder Coated galvanized-Bonderized Steel is available in all styles for toilet partitions, showers, and dressing compartments. The exclusive use of galvanized-bonderized steel provides additional protection while enhancing paint adhesion. The finish is a superior quality powder coated Hybrid Epoxy – polyester applied electrostatically, and baked until fully cured.
Advantages
* Economy
* Durability
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