Bathroom Module Installation

Blank Space
Framer (2)
Laborer (1)
Bathroom Pod (1)
Latapoxy (3)
2 3/4″ Tapcon screws (16)
Plastic Shim Stock (package)(1)
Hard Hats (3)
Gloves (3)
Safety Glasses (3)
Ear plugs (3)
Safety Vest (3)
Knee Pads (1)
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Broom (1)
Mixing Paddle (1)
Box Trowel (1)
Powered Drill (1)
Hammer Drill (1)
Bathroom Pod Jack / Mover (3)
Safety Knife (1)
3/16″ Hex Nut Driver (1)
5/32″ Masonry Bit (1)
Laser Level w/ Tripod (1)
4′ Magnetic Bubble Level (1)
25′ Tape Measure (1)
Tool Cart (1)
Extension Cord (2)
Pry Bar (2)
Pry Lever (wheeled) (1)


Step 1:  Mixing the Latapoxy

  • Designate appropriate mixing/cleaning area.
  • Bonding agent may be thinset or Latapoxy (or equal) adhesive.
  • If using Latapoxy 3-part adhesive, plan for minimum 1 ½ bucket per Non-ADA bathroom, 2 buckets per ADA Bathroom.
  • Mix 3-part epoxy with mixing drill: 3 parts A + 3 parts B + 2.5 parts C (slightly thinner and slower setting than manufacturer’s recommendations).
  • Clean mixing paddle between uses with water.

Step 2: Spreading of Bonding Agent

  • Prior to installation, verify pad and underside of unit are adequately cleaned.
  • Use 3/8” square-notched trowel to evenly spread adhesive while avoiding plumbing penetrations.
  • Evenly apply adhesive over entire module footprint, to edge of layout lines.
  • Remove any excess adhesive.

Step 3: Engaging the Mover

  • Engage Mover into pick point stud.
  • Verify all 3 pick points are locked into place.
  • Evenly lift all sides of unit to clear plumbing stub ups.

Step 4: Positioning and Lowering of Unit

  • Team Lead will use clear audible instructions to position unit over layout area.
  • Enter unit and utilize tool (straight bar or pipe) to adjust plumbing stub-ups to align with unit penetrations.
  • Evenly lower unit into final location.
  • Verify unit is plumb and in alignment.

Step 5: Finalize

  • To anchor unit, drill pilot holes through bottom track and subfloor using hammer drill with 3/8” masonry bit.
  • Anchor with ¼”x1 ¾” to 2 ¼” tap con screws with 5/16” head, 4 anchors per side, minimum.
  • Recheck unit alignment.
  • Make necessary plumbing connections between units.

Step 6: Install of next Unit


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