The configuration of the toilet partitions, ranging from fully floating designs to floor-to-ceiling closed systems for maximum privacy, significantly influences the final appearance of the sanitary rooms. Discover the different possibilities KEMMLIT may offer.

Standard configuration

Standard configuration2

Depending on the chosen system, the maximum height without transom panels varies from 2300 to 2800 mm (90″ to 110″)

This is the most common configuration providing the maximum of stability to the installation

Headrail positioned above the doors and pilasters

Pedestals located under the pilasters

Standard configuration


Headrail positioned above the doors and pilasters

Pedestals located under the partition walls

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floating effect config

Depending on the chosen system, the maximum height without transom panels varies from 2300 to 2800 mm (90″ to 110″)

This configuration provides a free floor clearance under the front which offers an easier cleaning under the doors and pilasters

Floating-effect with recessed headrail

Floating effect with recessed headrail config

Pedestals located under the partition walls

Recessed headrail positioned above the partition walls

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Maximum height up to 2135 mm (84″) 

This configuration provides a levitated effect but is only recommended for cubicles in row for stability purposes


A floor to ceiling configuration is possible with almost all systems

The choice of the system will determine if transom panels will be needed or not, which may affect the final design of the restrooms

As each restoom is full closed without any ceiling clearance local regulations may impose to have an individual ventilation and/ or a sprinkler in each cubicle which would potentially increase the global budget for the restrooms

The feasibility of a floor-to-ceiling configuration needs to be technically validated with the manufacturer and/ or is representative during the design stage

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With continuous transom panel

floor to ceiling 2

With transom panel above the doors

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Without transom panel

Special configurations

Other configurations possible under request and technical feasibility

special configuration without floor clearance

Without floor clearance

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special configuration suspended


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wall connection

We provide a seamless profile that extends across the entire panel height in nearly all systems, enhancing installation stability.

U-profile: it securely envelops the panel, offering greater flexibility and tolerance during installation

Shadow gap: the profile is partially concealed by the panel, reducing its visibility and elevating the overall design of the installation. Achievable with materials as thin as a minimum 30 mm

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wall connection shadow gap

Shadow gap


When specifying hinges, it’s important to consider the following characteristics:

Self closing opening or not

Making sure the door cannot be removed easily

Fastening on doors and pilasters

Possibility to be concealed


Stainless steel

Stainless steel

Aluminium hinges


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door hardware

The market offers a large choice of door hardware with different levels in terms of price and quality. In order to choose the most appropriate door hardware for your project following points should be taken into consideration:

Global aesthetic of the washroom

Expected traffic (i.e. a door knob could be more adapted for high-traffic areas as it may require less maintenance than a door handle)

Material (nylon, aluminium, stainless steel)

Special requirements for the wheelchair adapted (ADA) and/ or ambulatory restrooms according to the local regulations