31 Jul LEGALLY BINDING DOCUMENTUnited States of AmericaAll citizens and residents are hereby advised that this is a legally binding document. ANSI A (), Standard for Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities as mandated by law and incorporated by reference by the States and. ICC/ANSI A Accessible and Useable Buildings and Facilities The specifications in this standard make sites facilities buildings and elements.
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Unless otherwise 2003 ansi a117.1, doors shall be permitted to swing into turning spaces. Vehicle pull-up spaces, access aisles serving them, and a vehicular route from an entrance to the passenger loading zone, and from the passenger loading zone to a vehicular exit serving them, shall provide a vertical clearance of inches mm minimum.
The spout shall be located 1 5 inches mm minimum from the vertical sup- port and 5 inches 1 25 mm maximum from the front edge of the drinking fountain, 2003 ansi a117.1 bumpers. Braille shall be below the cor- responding text.
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Ani doors shall remain fully open in response to a car call for 3 seconds minimum. Characters shall contrast with their background, with either light characters on a dark 2003 ansi a117.1 ground, or dark characters on a light back- 2003 ansi a117.1. 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.
The telephone and emergency signaling device shall comply with Section Where separate tactile charac- ters and visual characters with the same infor- mation are provided, tactile characters are not required to have nonglare finish or to contrast with their background. The uppercase letter “I” of the font shall have a a1171 height complying with Table Compartment doors shall not swing into the required minimum area of the compartment.
The space between the grab bar and projecting objects below and at a1171. ends of the grab bar shall be 1 V 2 inches 38 mm minimum. Toilet compartment doors, ahsi door hardware, shall 2003 ansi a117.1 with Sec- a Wall-Hung Water Closet – Adult tion aa117.1, except if the approach is to the latch side of the compartment door the clearance between the door side of the compartment and any obstruction shall be 42 inches mm minimum.
Floor surfaces shall comply with Section 2003 ansi a117.1 Elements and Features 65 Figure Tempered glass doors without stiles and 2003 ansi a117.1 a bottom rail or shoe with the top leading edge tapered at no less than 60 degrees from the horizontal shall not be required 2003 ansi a117.1 meet the 10 inch mm bottom rail height requirement.
ANSI A117.1 (2003): Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities
Plumbing elements and facilities required to be accessible 2003 ansi a117.1 scoping provisions adopted by the administrative authority shall com- ply with the applicable provisions of Anxi 6. Unless specifically stated otherwise, a reference to another section or subsection within this standard includes all subsec- tions of the referenced section or subsection. Hand operated flush controls shall comply with Sections In des- tination-oriented elevators, a display shall be provided in the car a117.
visible indicators 2003 ansi a117.1 show car destinations.
Where space on an exist- ing car operating 2003 ansi a117.1 precludes tactile markings to the left of the control button, markings shall be placed as near to the control button as possible. Viewing distance shall be measured as the horizontal distance between the character and an obstruction pre- venting further approach towards the 2003 ansi a117.1.
Inside dimensions 2003 ansi a117.1 elevator cars shall comply with Table Vision lites with the lowest part more than 66 inches mm above the floor are not required to comply with Section Building Blocks Chapter 3. Where the clear floor space is positioned for a parallel approach, the 2003 ansi a117.1 shall be 60 inches mm mini- mum in width where the depth exceeds 1 5 inches mm.
Allowable stresses shall not be exceeded for materials used where a vertical or horizontal force of pounds 1 1 12 N is applied at any point on the seat, fastener mount- ing device, or supporting structure. Communication Elements and Features Chapter 7. Operable parts, including doors, lint screens, detergent and bleach compart- ments, shall comply with Section The rear edge of an L-shaped seat shall be 27 2 inches 64 mm maxi- mum and the front edge 1 5 inches 2003 ansi a117.1 min- imum to 16 inches mm maximum from the seat wall.
The function button shall be located immediately below the keypad arrangement or floor buttons.
Unless specifically stated, figures included herein are provided for a11.1 pur- poses only and are not considered part of the standard. Where two adjacent wheelchair spaces 2003 ansi a117.1 provided, each wheelchair space shall be 33 inches mm mini- mum in width. Handset cords, if provided, shall be 29 inches mm minimum in length.
Toe clearance shall be 30 inches mm minimum in width. Dispensers shall not be of a type that control delivery or do not allow continuous paper flow. Destination-ori- ented elevators shall provide car identification in tactile characters complying with Section Toe clearance shall be permitted to extend 25 inches mm maxi- mum under an element. Heights shall comply with Table Enclosures on bathtubs shall not have tracks installed on the rim of the bathtub.
Drive up Only 2003 ansi a117.1 teller machines and fare machines shall not be required to comply with Section Accessible routes shall con- sist of one or 2003 ansi a117.1 of the following components: A door pull complying with Section Inside handrails on switchback or dogleg stairs or ramps shall be continuous between flights or runs.
Designations and indicators of car controls shall comply with Section Other handrails shall comply with Sections Where sliding doors are in the fully open position, operating hardware shall be exposed and usable from both sides.
Where any obstruction within 1 8 inches mm of the latch side of a doorway projects more than 8 inches mm beyond the face of the door, measured perpendicular to the face of the door, maneuvering clearances for a forward approach shall be provided. Where the 2003 ansi a117.1 is changed, it shall comply with Section Public tele- phones required to have volume controls shall be equipped with a receive 2003 ansi a117.1 control that pro- vides a gain adjustable up to 20 dB minimum.