Trademarks: “ICC,” the International Code Council logo and “Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities (ICC/ANSI Al )” are trademarks of the. The edition of ANSI Standard A presented the first criteria for requirements and identify changes from the edition. . ICC/ANSI A Major changes/additions from ICC ANSI A – found in the edition of A 1. ICC ANSI. A – Section. ICC ANSI A –
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Changes in level in floor surfaces shall comply with Section Floor surfaces in eleva- tor cars shall comply with Section Door surfaces within 10 inches mm of the floor, measured vertically, shall be a smooth surface on the push side extending the full width of the door.
Van parking spaces shall be inches mm minimum in width. Audible and visible car position indicators shall be provided in elevator cars. Car emergency signaling devices complying with Section Wheelchair accessible compartments shall comply with Section In standard roll-in showers, the controls and hand shower shall be located 38 inches mm minimum and a1177 inches mm maximum above the shower floor. Spacing between the baselines of separate lines of characters within a message shall be percent minimum to percent maximum of the character height.
ANSI A117.1 (2003): Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities
Equipment that employs interactive, text-based communica- tions 20003 the transmission of coded signals across the standard telephone network. A route provided for vehicular traf- fic.
Where swing-up grab bars are installed, a clearance of 18 inches mm minimum from the centerline of the water closet to any side wall or obstruction shall be provided. This American National Standard may be a1117 or withdrawn at any time. Top of gripping surfaces of handrails shall be 34 inches mm minimum and 38 inches mm maximum vertically above stair nosings, ramp surfaces and walking surfaces.
Spaces and elements specifically designed for use primarily by people 12 years old and younger.
2003 ICC Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities
Please first log in with a verified email before subscribing to alerts. Accessible Routes tion In Type A units, grab bars are not required to be installed where reinforcement com- plying with Section A folding or nonfolding seat shall be provided in transfer-type shower compartments.
Handset cords, if provided, shall be 29 inches mm minimum in length. Dispens- ers shall not be of a type that control delivery, or do not allow continuous paper flow. A turning space shall comply with Section The control button for the emergency stop, alarm, door open, door close, main entry floor, and phone, shall be identified with tactile s117 as shown in Table Existing manually operated hoistway swing doors shall be permitted, pro- vided: Other handrails shall comply with Sections Such rooms and spaces that are also part of a dwelling unit are not sleeping units.
For installations in existing buildings, elevator cars that provide a clear floor area of 1 5 square feet 1. Thresholds and 2030 in level at doorways shall comply with Section.
At water closets primarily for children’s use complying with Section Tactile characters shall be 48 inches mm minimum above the floor, measured iccc the baseline xnsi the lowest tactile character and 60 inches mm maxi- mum above the floor, measu red to the baseline of the highest tactile character.
Signs containing tactile characters shall be located so that a clear floor area 18 inches mm minimum by 18 inches mm minimum, centered on the tactile charac- ters, is provided beyond the arc of any door swing between the closed position and 45 degree open position. The out- let of the dispenser shall be 14 ic mm minimum and 19 inches mm maximum above the floor. A lavatory complying with Sec- tion shall be permitted at the end of the clear- ance opposite the shower compartment side where shower controls are positioned.
All dimensions are subject to conventional industry tol- erances.