Penal-Ware Toilets, Urinals &
Combination Fixtures Specifications
|Is there an accessible pipe chase?
|If yes, select a rear mounted
fixture which is secured to the wall with anchor bolts through the wall.
You might consider the "SW" , wall sleeve option.|
|Note: Make sure chase is
accessible and large enough for maintenance.|
|If no accessible pipe chase is
available, a front mounted fixture must be used.
Look for fixtures with the "FA" option. FA fixtures have the valves
built into the cabinet.|
|Is the fixture wall hung or does it
rest on the floor? |
|Is the flush valve connection on the
back of the fixture or will it be on the top?
|A back supply fixture uses a
concealed flush valve.
|A top supply fixture uses an
exposed flush valve.
|Is the toilet seat to be integral
with a high polished finish or is it a hinged plastic seat?
|If the waste connection is to be
made at the wall, can a plain end connection be made using an adapter
|If the fixture is rear mounted and
is being installed on a poured concrete or masonry wall, is security frame
("SW") desired? |
|Hot and cold water to the lavatory
of single temp?|
|Is a paper holder required?|
|How many fixtures will need to be
Penal Ware Shower Fixture Specifications
|Shower fixtures for penal use
generally consist of a stainless steel wall plate with anchor rods securing it
to the wall. Valves and piping are normally located within and behind the wall
where the shower panel is mounted. |
|Most commonly, a penal shower is
served by a tempered water supply to a single pushbutton metering valve which
the inmate can activate for a predetermined time by pushing the button. This
is the most secure type of shower available for penal use.
|This type shower requires an
accessible pipe chase where the valve and piping can be serviced without
entering the shower area. |
|There are some circumstances where
an accessible pipe chase is not available and showers must be serviced from
the shower room. Although these front accessible showers utilize tamper
resistant screws. Look for the "FA" option|
|Is a recessed soap dish requires?
Suffix option "RD".|