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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Removable in-tub seats shall be 15 inches mm minimum and 16 inches mm maximum in depth. The verbal annunciator shall be 10 dBA minimum above ambient, but shall not exceed 80 dBA, measured at the annunciator. Control buttons shall be raised or flush. Where knee clear- ance 2003 ansi a117.1 required beneath an 2003 ansi a117.1 as part of a clear floor space, the knee clearance shall be 1 1 a Forward Approach b Parallel Approach Fig.
2003 ICC Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities
2003 ansi a117.1 The rise for any ramp run shall be 30 inches mm maximum. The visible sig- nal elements shall be 2V 2 inches 64 mm min- imum measured along the vertical centerline X117.1 and tactile information Tactile information 60 degree typ for equilateral triangle Q Fig.
Where seats are provided, TTYs shall not be required to comply with Section The standards listed in Section In existing elevators, a power-operated car door complying with Sec- tion Access 2003 ansi a117.1 shall not overlap with the vehicular way.
A hori- zontal grab bar 24 inches mm mini- mum in length shall be provided on the control end wall beginning near the front edge of the bathtub and extend toward the inside corner of the bathtub. The space between the doors shall provide a turning space complying 2003 ansi a117.1 Section A turning space com- plying with Section shall be 0203 within the room.
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Knee and toe clear- ance complying with Section shall be provided. Doors and doorways that are part of an accessible route shall comply with Section A vertical grab bar 18 inches mm minimum in length shall be provided on the control end wall 3 inches 75 mm minimum to 6 inches mm maximum above the horizontal grab bar, and 4 inches 1 00 mm maximum inward 2003 ansi a117.1 the front edge of the shower.
Alternate roll-in shower compart- ments shall have a clear inside dimension of 60 inches mm minimum in width, and 36 inches 2003 ansi a117.1 5 mm in depth, measured at the cen- ter point of opposing sides.
Where the panel is changed, it shall comply with S117.1 Elevator hoistway doors shall comply with Section Changes in level 2003 ansi a117.1 V 4 inch 6.
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In a Ansl A or Type B unit, the rear grab bar shall be permitted to be 24 inches mm minimum in length, centered on the 2003 ansi a117.1 closet, where wall space does not permit a grab bar 36 inches mm anssi in length. A standardized surface fea- ture built in or applied to floor surfaces to warn of hazards on a circulation path. Locks used only for security purposes and not used for normal operation are permitted in any location.
Grab bars with a noncircular cross section shall have a cross section dimension of 2 inches 51 mm maximum, and a perimeter dimension of 4 inches mm minimum and 4. Swinging hoistway doors shall open and close automatically and asi comply with Sections Operable parts shall be placed 2003 ansi a117.1 one 2003 ansi a117.1 more of the reach ranges specified in Section Pictograms shall comply with Section The uppercase letter “I” of the font shall be used to determine the allowable stroke 2003 ansi a117.1 of all char- acters of a font.
Drive up Only automatic teller machines and fare machines shall not be required to comply with Section A1171 Site and Building Elements 20 feet min 60 min area to be marked Fig.
Where a negative number is used to indicate a nega- tive 2003 ansi a117.1, the braille designation shall be a cell with the dots 3 and 6 followed by the ordinal number. A water closet in a toilet room for a single occupant, 2003 ansi a117.1 only through a private office and not for common use or public use, shall not be required to comply with Section Doors and sidelites adja- cent to doors containing one or more glazing panels that permit 2003 ansi a117.1 through the panels shall have the bottom of at least one panel on either the door or an adjacent sidelite 43 inches mm maximum above the a171.1.
A door pull complying with Section Wheelchair accessible com- partments shall be arranged for left-hand or right-hand approach to the water closet. The clear floor space shall be 48 inches mm minimum in length and 30 inches annsi minimum in width.
A hori- zontal grab bar 24 inches mm mini- back wall m back wall a Without Permanent Seat L.
ANSI A117.1 (2003): Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities
Where a seat is provided in a standard roll-in 2003 ansi a117.1 shower, grab bars shall be provided on the back wall and on the wall opposite the seat. A anso clearance of 24 inches mm minimum above the floor shall be permitted at lavatories and sinks used primarily by children ages 6 through 1 2 where the rim or counter surface is 31 inches mm maximum above the floor.
Grab bars shall be 2003 ansi a117.1 on the rear wall and on the side wall closest to the water closet.
Inthe U. Vehicle pull-up spaces and access aisles serving them shall comply with 2003 ansi a117.1 tion and shall have slopes not steeper than 1: Space beneath an element 2003 ansi a117.1 9 inches 2003 ansi a117.1 and 27 inches mm above the floor shall be considered knee clearance and shall comply with Section Requests for interpretations should be addressed to the secretariat or sponsor whose name appears on the title page of this standard.
The mini- mum clear opening width for automatic door sys- tems shall be based on the clear opening width provided with all leafs in the open position. Where a tele- phone keypad arrangement is used, the number key ” ” shall be utilized to enter the minus symbol “-“.
Central 2003 ansi a117.1 the intent of the change in the Secretariat was the development of a standard that, when adopted as part of a building code, would be compatible with the building code and its enforcement.