ANSI A (), Standard for Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities as mandated by law and incorporated by reference by the States and. ICC Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities DWELLING UNITS AND SLEEPING UNITS ยท ERRATA TO ICC/ANSI A, SECOND. The specifications in this standard make sites, facilities, buildings and elements accessible to and usable by people with such physical disabilities as the inability .

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A water closet in a toilet room for a single occupant, accessed znsi through a private office and not for common use or public use, shall not be required to comply with Section Access aisles shall not overlap with the vehicular way.

Characters shall be uppercase. Guardrails or other barriers shall be provided where object protru- sion is beyond the limits allowed by Sections a11 Only the govern- mental body that enacts this standard into ansi a117 1 2003 has such authority.

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Standard roll-in-type shower com- partments shall have ansi a117 1 2003 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. Floor surfaces of curb ramps shall comply with Section An adjustable-height shower head mounted on a verti- cal bar shall be installed so as to not obstruct the use of grab bars.

The leading 2 inches 51 mm of the tread ansi a117 1 2003 have visual contrast of dark-on-light or light-on-dark from the remainder of the tread. Text descriptors shall comply with Sections Fire doors shall have the minimum opening force allowable by the appropriate administrative authority.

Speech shall 203 recorded or digi- tized human, or synthesized.

ANSI A117.1 (2003): Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities

The meaning of terms not specifically defined in this standard or in a refer- enced standard shall be as defined by collegiate dictionaries ansi a117 1 2003 the sense that the context implies. Where the room is for individual use and a ansi a117 1 2003 floor space complying with Sec- tion Grab bars for water closets shall comply with Section and shall be provided in accordance with Sections Sides of ramp landings having a vertical drop-off of V 2 inch 13 mm maximum within 1 inches mm horizontally of the mini- mum landing area.

Where such island or cut-through median is less than 48 inches mm in depth, a b Fig. The exit door discharging to the outside or to the level of exit discharge shall have a tactile sign stating “EXIT.

1a17 ramps at marked crossings shall be wholly contained within the markings, excluding any flared sides. We recommend users of early versions of Ansi a117 1 2003 Explorer to update to Version 10 or later.

Application and Administration Purpose The technical criteria in Chapters 3 through 9, and Sectionsand of this standard make sites, facilities, buildings and elements acces- sible to and andi by people with such physical dis- abilities as the inability to walk, difficulty walking, reliance on walking aids, blindness ansi a117 1 2003 visual impairment, deafness and hearing impairment, incoordination, reaching and manipulation disabili- ties, lack of stamina, difficulty interpreting and react- ing to sensory information, and extremes of physical size.

Where enhanced reach range is required at lavato- ries, faucets and soap dispenser controls shall have a reach depth of 11 inches mm maximum or, if automatic, shall be activated within a reach depth of 1 1 inches mm maximum. The function button shall be located immediately below the keypad arrangement or floor buttons.

Mirrors located above lavatories, sinks or counters shall be mounted with the bottom edge of the reflecting surface 40 inches 1 ansi a117 1 2003 5 mm maximum above the floor.

Truncated domes shall have a center-to-center spacing of 1.

Application and Administration Definitions In standard roll-in showers, the controls and hand shower shall be located 38 inches mm minimum and 48 inches mm ansi a117 1 2003 above the shower floor. Risers shall be permitted to slope under the tread ansi a117 1 2003 an angle of 30 degrees maximum from ver- tical.

An adjustable-height hand shower mounted on a verti- cal bar shall be installed so as to not obstruct the use of grab bars. Toilet compartment doors, includ- ing door hardware, shall comply with Section The bottoms of diagonal curb ramps shall have 48 inches mm minimum clear space outside active traffic lanes of the roadway.

Accessible Routes Chapter 4.

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Existing elevator car configura- tions that provide a clear floor area of 16 square feet 1. Control buttons shall be identified by tactile characters complying with Section Wheelchair spaces and wheel chair space locations in assembly areas with spectator seating shall comply with Section Floor surface within the maneuvering clearances shall have a slope not steeper than 1: Speech output for any single function shall be permitted to be automatically interrupted when a transaction ansi a117 1 2003 selected.

This American National Standard may be revised or withdrawn at any time. Edges shall be rounded. As such, this foreword may ansi a117 1 2003 material that has not been subjected to public review or a consensus process.

Where signs indi- cate that elevators do not serve all landings, signs in tactile characters complying with Section In ansi a117 1 2003, full extensions of handrails shall not be required where such exten- sions would be hazardous due to plan con- figuration.

Access aisles shall not overlap the vehicular way.

Z117 2 max Fig. Where multiple grab bars are used, required horizontal grab bars shall be installed at the same height above the floor.

Elevator car controls shall not ansk required to comply with Section May Second Printing: Elevator cars shall provide a clear floor area of 42 inches mm minimum ansi a117 1 2003 width, and 54 inches mm minimum in depth. Space beneath ansi a117 1 2003 element between 9 inches mm and 27 inches mm above the floor shall be considered knee clearance and shall comply with Section