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 ICCANSIAAccessible and Useable Buildings and Facilities-The specifications in this standard make sites, facilities, buildings and elements accessible.
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Toe clearance shall be qnsi to extend 25 inches mm maxi- mum under an element. Operable parts shall be placed within one or more of the reach ranges specified in Section The display screen shall be visible from a point located 40 inches mm above the center of the clear floor space in front of the machine.
2003 ICC Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities
Should a figure appear to illustrate criteria that differ with the text of the Standard, ic criteria stated in the text govern. A fixed shower head shall be per- mitted in lieu of a hand shower where the scoping provisions of the administrative authority require a fixed shower head.
Incre- mental volume controls shall provide at least one intermediate step of gain of 12 dB minimum. Maneuver- ing clearances at power-assisted doors shall comply with Section Where a clear floor space allows a parallel approach to an object asni the high side reach is over an obstruc- tion, the height of the obstruction shall be 34 inches mm maximum and the depth of the obstruction shall be 24 inches mm maxi- mum. Counter slopes of adjoining gutters and road surfaces immediately adjacent to the curb ramp shall not be steeper than 1: The 1a17.1 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.
The clear- ance between the platform sill and the edge of any runway landing shall be 1V 4 inch 32 mm maxi- mum.
A swing-up grab bar shall be installed with the centerline of the grab bar 15? Curb ramps and the flared sides of curb ramps shall be located so they do not project into vehicular traffic lanes, parking spaces, or park- ing access aisles.
Elevator car illumination shall comply with Section 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.
Ambulatory accessible com- partments shall comply with Section Car doors that provide a clear opening width of 36 inches mm mini- mum shall be permitted to be located on adja- cent sides of cars that provide a clear floor area of 51 inches mm in width and 51 inches mm in depth.
When two or more columns of buttons are provided they shall read from left to right. Accessible Anzi inches mm above the floor.
Two horizontal grab bars shall be provided on the back wall, one com- plying with Section End door clear opening width shall be 32 inches mm minimum.
Special rooms and spaces required to be accessible by the scoping provisions adopted by the administrative authority shall comply with the applicable provisions of Chapter 8. Requests for interpretations should be addressed to the secretariat or sponsor whose name appears on the title page of this standard.
In addition, a vertical grab bar 18 inches mm minimum in length shall be mounted with the bot- tom of the bar located between 39 inches mm and 41 inches mm above the floor, and with the center line of the bar located 47 Chapter 6.
The clear floor space shall be centered on the drinking fountain. Audible tones shall be permitted in lieu Of speech for visible output that is not dis- played for security purposes, including but not limited to, asterisks representing per- sonal a11.71 numbers.
Accessible Routes width of the landing shall ic at least as wide as the curb ramp, excluding flared sides, leading to the landing.
ICC/ANSI A – Accessible and Useable Buildings and Facilities
A lavatory in a toilet and bathing facility for a single occupant, accessed only through a private office and not for common use or public use, shall not be required to comply with Section Where specific criteria of this stan- dard differ from the general criteria of this standard, the specific criteria shall apply. In existing elevators, a signal indicat- ing the direction of car travel shall not be required. The function button shall be located immediately below the keypad arrangement or floor buttons.
The level of illumination at the car controls, platform, car threshold and car landing sill shall be 5 foot-candles 54 lux mini- mum. A parcel of land bounded by a property line or a designated portion of a public right-of-way.
Communication Elements and Features The lead- ing edge of such guardrail or barrier shall be 27 inches mm maximum above the floor.
Full text of “ANSI A (): Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities”
Individual Expert IE Nonvoting – Members in this category are individual experts selected to assist the consensus body. Withoutabox Submit to Film Ic. Coat hooks pro- vided within toilet compartments shall be occ inches 1 mm maximum above the floor. Destination-oriented elevators shall not be required to comply with Sec- tion Drinking fountains primarily for children’s use shall be permitted where the spout is 30 inches mm maximum above the floor, and a parallel approach complying with Sectioncentered on the drinking fountain, is provided.
Telephones, enclo- sures, and related equipment shall comply with Section