When selecting commercial
toilet paper dispensers there are several points to consider.
How much space do you have in the bathroom partition? Do you
need to follow ADA compliance? What is the decor of the entire
bathroom? Do you need a complete combination bathroom unit which
holds toilet paper, seat covers, and offers a discrete trash
can? There are several selections including
surface-mounted, recessed and partition-mounted units. Toilet
paper holders come in single and multi-roll models many with
locking units to prevent vandalism.
Toilet Tissue Dispenser Combination Units -
These combination units offer everything you need in a bathroom
stall. Many units come with dual toilet tissue dispensers,
napkin disposal and seat covers.
PARTITION MOUNTED COMBO UNIT – Seat Cover Dispenser with
dual roll tissue holder and waste receptacle. This unit serves
two compartments. Hinged access door allows servicing of
components from one side.
Cabinet: 22 gauge stainless steel, welded construction with
Flange: 22 gauge stainless steel, one-piece construction, 1"
wide with 1/4" return.
Surface Mounted Dual Roll Toilet Tissue Dispenser
dispenser is hinged at bottom. Spindles are made from
molded polyethylene. Dispenser holds two standard core
toilet tissue rolls through 5" in diameter one above the other.
When the first roll is used up, a fresh roll automatically drops
down for use. A unique retaining mechanism prevents use of
spare roll until first roll is completely used. The
spindles are non-removable by the user. The hinged door
permits access to storage compartment for servicing of unit with
the use of the Bradley key.
Jumbo Toilet Tissue Dispenser
This cabinet holds one roll (up to 10" diameter) of 1½", 2⅛" or
3" diameter core toilet tissue (by using core adaptors, p/n
P10-707). Refill indicator slot reveals tissue level.
Tumbler-locked door swings down to replenish tissue toll. For
installation, verify all rough-in dimensions prior to
installation. Secure unit to wall or toilet partitions with
three screws (included) through mounting holes.
Read the ADAAG (The Americans with Disabilities Act
Accessibility Guidelines) and consult with your local inspector
to determine ADA Compliance.
Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and
4.4 Protruding Objects.
4.4.1* General. Objects projecting
from walls (for example, telephones) with their leading edges
between 27 in and 80 in (685 mm and 2030 mm) above the finished
floor shall protrude no more than 4 in (100 mm) into walks,
halls, corridors, passageways, or aisles (see
Objects mounted with their leading edges at or below 27 in (685
mm) above the finished floor may protrude any amount (see
Free-standing objects mounted on posts or pylons may overhang 12
in (305 mm) maximum from 27 in to 80 in (685 mm to 2030 mm)
above the ground or finished floor (see
Protruding objects shall not reduce the clear width of an
accessible route or maneuvering space (see