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Identifier: SlatePlumbingFixturesAndProducts_166
Title: Slate plumbing fixtures and products
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Structural Slate Company
Subjects: plumbing fixtures -- catalogs Division 10 Division 22 stone toilet compartments commercial water closets urinals bidets commercial laundry trays
Publisher: Structural Slate Company
Contributing Library: MBJ collection

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/tf,M,MM/M///Mw///»/S///////W» t„ .SSJSX gives weights in pounds crated ready End of Type BBV Alternate Type BBV 1 2 Type BBV 1 Alternate 2 Type BBV 2 2 Type BBV 2 Alternate 2 Type BBV 3 2 Type BBV 3 Alternate 2 Type BBV 4 2 Type BBV 4 Alternate 2 10 wide x 9 IIW10 wide x 9 11 y210 widex 8 liy210 widex 8 11%8 wide x 9 11 y2 deep. deep. deep. deep. deep.8 wide x 9 liy2 deep.8 wide x 8 liy2 deep.8 widex 8 liy2deep. One Stall UnitCompletePrice Weight$ 2620 2300243021502585226524002110 Each Additional Unit Price Weight % 1415 1415 1335 1335 1385 1385 1300 1300 Over-all Dimensions No. of Stalls 12 10 width 2-102 8 width 2-8 5-4 3 8-68-0 4 11-410-8 514-213-4 17-016-0 719-1018-8 827-821-4 925-624-0 1028-426-8 NOTE: Prices for Type BBV Toilet Enclosures include all slate, drilling of holes and all fit-tings for a complete installation as described, but do not include doors, door hardware or acces-sories. These may be separately ordered from this catalogue. 27 THE STRUCTURAL SLATE COMPANY

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PYRAMID TYPE BW SLATE TOILET ENCLOSURES «*«™ame a\TyPe B- except there is a work space in the hack 1 6 wide in which all pipes andfittings may he run concealed, allowing sufficient room to work around them. The slate slab atSfL . olted on f° t^at it may easily he removed to give access to the space. If desired thiswork space may also be used as a vent space and connected to a flue. Slate backs and ends are continuous to floor. Slate partitions are set 11 above floor Endstiles are continuous to floor, other stiles are set 11 above floor, supported on N. P. brassstand-S2S% BaClP e5d,si,a5d P«*itionB are 1 thick. Stiles are iy4 thick. Top standards are 9wfll within1™ 41 °,UtStde diam.eter tuhi?Z ac™ss *ront and at exposed ends, finished againstrelate SXS ?« JiSmZ? Jpafe ^cov^ed with a 1 top and closed at free standing ends withi Maw. biate is of Ribbon stock, with all exposed surfaces standard sand-rubbed finishof brtss,rnickel plTtld S StirrUps bolts nuts bottom standards, t

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