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Restroom Cubicles
Restroom Cubicles
Restroom Cubicles
Restroom Cubicles
Restroom Cubicles
Restroom Cubicles
Restroom Cubicles
Restroom Cubicles

Wet restroom system is the conventional way of setting up a restroom. It generally comprises of a structure made from brick walls and tiles coupled with the required hardwares. One of the major drawbacks of a wet restroom setup is that the partition walls and doors are placed on the floor hence it becomes more prone to water, dust, dirt and stain settlements which leaves a pungent smell. In case of dry restroom, it's equipped with modern designing and is a reasonably priced setup. The main advantage of having this system is-economy of space, usage of 12mm / 18mm thick partitions and doors incomparison to 150mm brick walls. There is always a gap maintained between the ground and the partition to avoid dust, dirt and pungent smell.

Greenlam Sturdo stays class apart due to its usage of dry restroom system. An analysis to support the following is mentioned below:

  • Cleaning of floor becomes difficult
  • Dirt and stains easily settle down on the bottom because of its porous surface
  • Tile designs can go out of production making its replacement difficult
  • Since the grout joints are porous they can easily absorb pungent smell
  • Loss of space-Usage of 6' x 6" thick walls result in loss of 3 sq.ft area per partition
  • Load of building is high
  • No means of natural ventilation is provided
  • Economy of space-The partition panels are only 12mm or 18mm thick as compared to 150mm thick brick wall
  • Economy of load-Partitioning systems reduces the load on building as compared to the usage of brick wall
  • Reduced installation time-4 cubicles can be setup in a day
  • Neatness-Since no wet work is involved
  • Proper air ventilation access is provided in the designs
  • Easy floor cleaning-Absence of corners doesn't let the dust to accumulate on the floor
  • Vibrant range-Available in different colours and patterns