Our ADA compliant unit is a spacious, wheelchair-accessible restroom that can also be used as a Family-Sized restroom. It has a patented flat-floor system for easy wheelchair access and maneuverability. ADA Units can also offer a great option for weddings, providing additional space for guests to a standard unit. If you are looking for an even more luxurious restroom experience we also offer luxury portable restroom trailers.
ADA Unit Specifications:
- Height: 91″ (2311mm)
- Width: 62″ (1575mm)
- Depth: 62″ (1575mm)
- Door opening: 80.8” x 32.7” (2054 mm x 831 mm)
- Tank volume: 35 gal. (132L)
- Seat height: 19″ (483mm)
- Weight: 250 lbs (107Kg)
ADA Handicap Portable Toilet
About four times the size of a standard portable toilet our largest toilet is this ADA Handicap restroom. This is the ideal portable toilet solution for any mobility impaired individual. The ADA units have plenty of interior space and interior handrails. This large portable restroom is the ideal bathroom solution when extra space is required. If you need to change your clothes or if you have parents needing to use the restroom with their children our ADA Portable Toilet is a spacious option for your porta potty needs. The waste tank of our ADA toilet is also a larger waste tank than the size of the waste tank in our standard size porta potty. Our ADA toilet comes standard with three rolls of toilet paper and hand sanitizer.
If you know you are hosting an event that requires you to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) then there are a few requirements you much meet.
Ratio of ADA Units to Standard Size Portable Toilets
Providing one ADA portable toilet for every ten standard portable restrooms is the correct ratio. So if you have an event with twenty portable toilets then you would need two handicapped restrooms. This ratio of one ADA to 10 standard holds true for as many portable toilets as you order.
Placement of Wheelchair Accessible Portable Toilets
Additional requirements include ensuring correct and proper placement of your ADA portable toilet or toilets. You need to consider safe, easy wheelchair access into and out of the portable restroom. Placement of the portable ADA units must be on a flat, level, even, smooth, firm surface that a wheelchair can easily be pushed across. Space must also be provided for the door of the toilet to be fully opened and closed. A firm surface like pavement, asphalt, or brick that is level and smooth is necessary. Cobblestones, woodchips, thick gravel, sand, soft grass, mud, uneven surfaces, soft surfaces, cracked surfaces, or an area with a curb, incline, or decline are not suitable surface placements for a handicapped portable toilet. You must place the ADA toilet for safe and easy wheelchair access.