Toilet Cubicles

ASK Washrooms provide a practical solution for all projects, sectors & budgets – specifically including toilet cubicles. Our knowledge & experience in the toilet cubicle sector enables us to design, manufacture & install the best toilet cubicle systems to meet your needs, at a quality that exceeds your expectations. All of our cubicle systems boast robust designs and are pleasing to the eye, each range can be tailored to your specific requirements, with many choices of panel types, laminates and ironmongery finishes.

Toilet Cubicle Range

Sectors for Toilet Cubicles

Toilet cubicles are essential in various sectors, each requiring specific elements to cater to their unique needs. In education, schools and universities need durable cubicles that can withstand high usage and occasional rough handling. These facilities often include toilets and urinals, with some cubicles also housing sinks to maximise space efficiency and promote hygiene among students.

In addition, primary schools may incorporate smaller fixtures suitable for younger children. For secondary schools and universities, cubicles might also integrate changing areas and showers, particularly in sports facilities, to accommodate the needs of students participating in physical education and sports activities.

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Commercial Cubicles

Healthcare facilities, such as hospitals and clinics, demand toilet cubicles that prioritise hygiene and accessibility. These cubicles often include features like grab rails, emergency call buttons, and enough space to accommodate wheelchairs. Shower cubicles are commonly included in patient bathrooms to ensure patient comfort and convenience. In sectors like sports and leisure, gyms, and swimming pools, toilet cubicles often include integrated showers and changing areas to facilitate a smooth transition between workouts and daily routines.

High-traffic areas such as shopping centres, transport hubs, and public parks require robust and vandal-resistant cubicles, featuring toilets, urinals, and occasionally baby changing stations to cater to diverse user needs. Each sector tailors its toilet cubicle installations to ensure functionality, durability, and user comfort.

Frequently Asked Questions

ASK Washrooms is an experienced provider of commercial washrooms, including washroom cubicles, toilet cubicles, shower cubicles, general commercial washrooms, vanity units or any other commercial washroom project.

It’s important for us to create a washroom design that meets the needs of our clients and to create toilet cubicles and washrooms that everybody is proud to use.

The size of toilet cubicles varies depending on the sector and specified requirements. Generally, standard toilet cubicles in commercial settings should have a minimum width of 800mm and a depth of 1500mm. For accessible cubicles, the dimensions should increase to a minimum width of 1500mm and a depth of 2200mm to accommodate wheelchair users.

In different sectors, such as education, fitness, and healthcare, the dimensions may need to be adjusted to meet specific needs:

  • Education: School toilet cubicles should consider the age of the users. Primary schools might require smaller cubicles, typically 600mm to 700mm in width and 1200mm in depth, whereas secondary schools might use standard adult sizes.

  • Fitness: In fitness centres, cubicles may need to be slightly larger to provide extra space for changing clothes. A width of 900mm and a depth of 1600mm can be more appropriate.

  • Healthcare: Healthcare facilities require compliance with strict accessibility standards. Therefore, they often use larger accessible cubicles, and additional privacy is also considered important.

Overall, while standard dimensions provide a baseline, adjustments should be made based on the specific needs of the sector and user demographics.

For more information about the legal requirements for toilet cubicle size, read our article here.

Toilet cubicles are typically made from durable and hygienic materials designed to withstand frequent use and cleaning. Common materials include:

  • Compact Laminate: Known for its robustness, compact laminate is water-resistant and easy to maintain, making it ideal for high-traffic areas like schools and public restrooms.

  • High-Pressure Laminate (HPL): HPL provides a durable surface that is resistant to scratches, impact, and moisture. It is often used in sectors requiring a high degree of hygiene, such as healthcare and food services.

  • Solid Grade Laminate (SGL): This is a very strong material, ideal for environments prone to vandalism or heavy use, such as sports facilities and public toilets.

  • Glass: Toughened safety glass can be used for a modern and stylish look. It is easy to clean and maintain, often used in high-end commercial and office settings.

  • Stainless Steel: This material is highly durable and resistant to vandalism, commonly used in transport hubs and public facilities.

Each material offers different benefits, and the choice often depends on the specific requirements of the installation environment.

Commercial toilet cubicles can be installed in a variety of settings to meet the needs of different user groups. Common places include:

  • Healthcare Facilities: Hospitals, clinics, and care homes require robust and hygienic cubicles that comply with strict health and safety regulations. These cubicles often need to accommodate accessibility requirements and provide easy cleaning and maintenance.

  • Sports & Leisure Centres: Gyms, swimming pools, and recreational centres need durable and water-resistant cubicles that can withstand high humidity and frequent use. Materials like solid-grade laminate are particularly suitable for these environments.

  • Education Institutions: Schools, colleges, and universities need cubicles that cater to different age groups and usage levels. Durability and ease of cleaning are crucial, with specific designs for primary and secondary education.

  • Office Buildings: Corporate offices require stylish and functional cubicles that match the overall aesthetic of the building. Materials like glass and high-pressure laminate are popular choices.

  • Public Facilities: Transport hubs, shopping centres, and public parks require vandal-resistant and easy-to-maintain cubicles that can handle high traffic.

In each of these settings, the specific design and material choice for toilet cubicles should align with the functional requirements and user demographics to ensure durability, hygiene, and comfort.

Maintaining and cleaning commercial toilet cubicles is crucial to ensure hygiene and prolong the lifespan of the fixtures. Regular cleaning should be performed using non-abrasive, antibacterial cleaning agents to prevent the build-up of germs and grime. Daily cleaning routines should include wiping down surfaces, cleaning mirrors, and disinfecting handles and locks.

For high-traffic areas, additional spot checks throughout the day can help maintain cleanliness. Periodically, deeper cleaning processes should be undertaken, including descaling fixtures, cleaning ventilation systems, and ensuring drains are free of blockages. Maintenance tasks should also involve checking for and repairing any damages, such as broken locks, loose panels, or water leaks, to ensure the cubicles remain in good working order. Proper air circulation and ventilation are key, especially when paired with air fresheners to keep the washroom environment pleasant.

Washroom cubicles should always be dry environments when possible to maintain cleanliness.

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