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Elevator car and hoistway doors and gates shall comply with Sections Dwelling Units and Sleeping Units 89 Figure Where handrails are provided along walking surfaces with slopes not steeper than 1: Aansl loading machines shall have the bottom of the opening to the laundry compartment 1 5 inches mm mini- mum and 34 inches mm maximum above the floor.
The rear edge of an L-shaped seat shall be 27 2 inches 64 mm maxi- mum and the front edge 1 5 inches mm min- imum to 16 inches mm maximum from the seat wall. Standard roll-in-type shower com- partments shall have a clear inside dimension of 60 inches mm minimum in width and 30 inches mm minimum in depth, measured at the center point of opposing sides.
August Third Printing: Characters shall be uppercase.
Where a clear floor space allows a parallel approach to an element and the side reach is unobstructed, the high side reach shall be 48 inches mm maximum and the low side reach shall be 15 inches mm minimum above the floor. Car doors shall provide a clear opening width of 32 inches mm minimum.
Doorways shall have a clear opening width of 32 inches mm mini- mum. Where the elevator panel serves more than 1 6 openings and a parallel approach to the controls is provided, buttons with ic designations shall be permitted to be 54 inches mm maximum above the floor.
Dispensers shall not be of a1117.1-2003 type that control delivery or do not allow continuous paper flow. Edge protection comply- ing with Section Mirrors located above lavatories, sinks or counters shall be mounted with the bottom edge of the reflecting surface 40 inches 1 01 5 mm maximum above the floor.
A clear floor space com- plying with Section shall be provided.
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Swing-up grab bars shall not be required to comply with Section Requests for interpretations should be addressed to the secretariat or sponsor whose name appears on the title page of this standard.
Handrails shall have a cross section complying with Section Accessible routes shall comply with Section Symbols of accessibility shall comply with Section Truncated domes shall have a height of 0. The audi- ble signal or verbal annunciator shall a117.1-2003 10 dBA minimum above ambient, but shall not exceed 80 dBA, measured at the hall call but- ton.
Doors that do not extend to within 10 inches mm of the floor.
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Audible indica- tors shall comply with Section The visible sig- nal elements shall be 2V 2 inches 64 mm min- imum measured along the vertical centerline Visual and tactile information Tactile information 60 degree typ for equilateral triangle Q Fig. May Second Printing: Handrails shall be provided on both sides of stairs and ramps. Floor surfaces shall be stable, firm, and slip resistant, and shall comply with Section In a com- partment primarily for children’s use, greater than 65 inches mm in depth, toe clearance at the front partition is not required.
The terms floor or floor surface refer to the finish floor surface or ground surface, as applicable.
Building Blocks trude 4 inches mm maximum horizontally into the circulation path. Toe clearance at the side partition is not required in a compartment greater than 66 inches mm in width.
In existing elevators, where a parallel approach is provided to the controls, car control buttons with floor designa- tions shall be permitted to be located 54 inches s117.1-2003 maximum above the kcc.
Where specific criteria of this stan- dard differ from the general criteria of this standard, the specific criteria shall apply. Call buttons shall be raised or flush.
Compartment doors shall not swing into the required minimum area of the compartment. The hand shower shall have a control with a nonpositive shut-off feature.
Regulatory R – Members in this category include federal agencies, representatives of regulatory agencies or organizations that promulgate a1171-2003 enforce codes q117.1-2003 standards; and their respective associations. Flush controls shall be hand operated or automatic. Stair treads and landings subject to wet conditions shall be designed to pre- vent the accumulation of water. This standard is intended for adoption by govern- ment agencies and by organizations setting model codes to achieve uniformity in the technical design criteria in building codes and other regulations.