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Landings shall be provided at the tops of curb ramps. Substantial agreement means much more than a simple majority, but not necessarily unanim- ity.
Toe clearance shall be 30 inches mm minimum in width. A single unit providing complete, independent living facilities for one or more persons including permanent ansk for living, sleeping, eating, cooking and sanitation. A vertical grab bar 18 inches mm minimum in length shall be provided on the control end wall 3 inches 76 mm minimum to 6 inches mm anis above andi horizontal grab bar, and 4 inches 1 02 mm maximum inward from the front edge of the bathtub. The reopening device shall be activated by sensing an obstruction pass- ing through the opening at 5 inches mm nominal and 29 inches mm nominal above the floor.
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Protruding objects shall not reduce the clear width required for accessi- ble routes. Nosings that project beyond risers shall have the underside of the leading edge curved or bev- eled. A clearance around a water closet complying with Section For the purpose of this standard, the terms listed in Section Ramps that change direction at ramp landings shall be sized to provide a turning space complying with Sec- tion Standards Subscriptions from ANSI x117 a money-saving, multi-user solution for accessing standards.
Where a for- ward approach is provided, the distance from the front edge of a counter within the enclo- sure to a17 face of the telephone shall be 20 inches mm maximum.
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Elevator doors shall be horizontal sliding type. Con- trol panels shall be centered on a side wall.
Scoping No figures 5 Chapter 3. Function key surfaces shall have raised tactile symbols as shown in Table Please first verify your email before subscribing to alerts.
Words, terms, and phrases used in the singular include the plural, and those used in the plural include the singular.
The number five key shall have a single raised dot. In a Type B unit, when a side wall is not available for a inch mm grab bar, the sidewall grab bar shall be per- mitted to be 18 inches mm mini- mum in length, located 12 inches mm maximum from the rear wall and extending 30 inches mm minimum from the rear wall.
The clear ani space shall be 48 inches mm minimum in length and 30 inches mm minimum in width. Tactile characters shall comply with Section Doors, doorways, and gates designed to be operated only by security person- nel shall not be required to comply with Sections Ramps along 22003 routes shall comply with Section Water and soap flow shall be provided with a reach depth anai 1 1 inches mm maximum.
Accessible toilet and bathing rooms shall comply with Section Parking spaces shall be permitted to have access aisles placed on either side of the car or van parking space. The outlet of the dis- penser shall be 15 inches mm minimum and 48 inches 1 mm maximum above a17 floor, and shall not be located behind the grab bars. At least one of the active leaves of doorways with two leaves shall comply with Sections Stair level identifi- cation signs in tactile characters complying with Section Drive up Only automatic teller machines and fare machines shall not be required to comply with Section The force for pushing or pulling open doors other than fire doors 200 be as follows: The cross slope of a walking surface shall not be a17 than 1: Accessible urinals shall comply with Section Accessible Routes General Truncated domes shall be aligned in a square grid pattern.
Consensus is established when in the judgement of the ANSI Board of Standards Review, substantial agreement has been reached by directly and materially affected interests.
Existing elements shall be per- mitted at 54 xnsi mm maximum above the floor. Hall signals shall comply with Section Where there is no wall space on the latch side of a single door, or to the right side of double doors, signs shall be on the nearest adjacent wall.
Where detectable warnings are provided on curb ramps, they shall comply with Sections Car doors shall be posi- tioned at a narrow end of the car. Where membrane keys are the only method of input, each shall be tac- tually discernable from surrounding surfaces and adjacent keys.
Where sliding doors are in the fully open position, operating hardware shall be exposed and usable from both sides. Unless otherwise specified, clear floor space shall be permitted to include knee and toe clearance complying with Section The number Five key shall have a117 single raised dot. Dispensers shall not be of a type that control delivery or do not allow continuous paper flow.
The minimum area of a wheelchair accessible compartment shall be 60 inches mm minimum in width measured perpen- dicular to the side wall, and 56 inches 1 mm minimum in depth for wall hung water closets, and 59 inches mm minimum in depth for floor mounted water closets measured perpen- dicular to the rear wall.