Scranton Products Announces New Architectural Record Continuing Education Course for Designing

Scranton Products developed the course with the assertion that straight-edged “pilaster” designs traditionally have see-through gaps on the sides, which make patrons uncomfortable.  Many lack design aesthetics, often harbor bacteria and are easily defaced by scratches and graffiti.  

“Participants will learn how a new hinge and post system and angle-cut doors eliminate those unsettling gaps and improves privacy for occupants in the bathroom stall,” said David Casal, Director of Sales Administration, Scranton Products.  “It also discusses material options such as solid HDPE with color throughout, that is naturally resistant to the mold, mildew, rust, and bacteria that can occur in damp bathroom environments.” 

Concealed hinges, in both inswing or outswing…

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