ICC ANSL A117.1-2003 PDF
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Doors shall remain open for 20 seconds minimum. In Type B units located in institutional facili- ties and assisted living facilities, two swing-up grab bars shall be permitted to be installed in lieu of the rear wall and side wall grab bars.
Peak clipping shall not exceed 18 dB of clipping relative to the peaks of speech.
2003 ICC Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities
Grab bars in accessible toilet or bathing facilities shall comply with Section Stair level identifi- cation signs in tactile characters complying with Section Destination-oriented eleva- tors shall not be required to comply with Section Raised islands in crossings shall be a cut-through level with the street or have curb ramps at both sides.
Verbal annunciators shall have a frequency of Hz minimum and 3, Hz maximum. Shelves shall be 40 inches mm minimum and 48 inches mm maximum above the floor. Car control keypads shall be in a standard telephone keypad arrange- ment and shall comply with Section Operable parts, including doors, lint screens, detergent and bleach compart- ments, shall comply with Section Special Rooms and Spaces General Plumbing Elements and Facilities a117.1-2003.
The function button shall be identified by the International Symbol for Accessibility and tactile indication.
Floor surfaces of ramp runs shall comply with Section Public tele- phones anl to have volume controls shall be equipped with a receive volume control that pro- vides a gain adjustable up to 20 dB minimum.
Controls, other than drain stop- pers, shall be provided on an end wall, located between the bathtub rim and grab bar, and between the open side of the bathtub and the midpoint of the width of the bathtub.
ICC/ANSI A – Accessible and Useable Buildings and Facilities
Space beneath an element between 9 inches mm and 27 inches mm above the floor shall be considered knee clearance and a1117.1-2003 comply with Section An entry 36 inches mm minimum in aa117.1-2003 shall be provided. Van parking spaces shall be inches mm minimum in width.
Spacing between the baselines of separate lines of tactile characters within a message shall be percent minimum and percent maximum of the tactile charac- ter height. The door shall be self-closing. Ambulatory accessible com- partments shall comply with Section Ramps along accessible routes shall comply with Section Extensions shall return to a wall, guard, or the landing surface, or shall be continuous to the handrail of an adjacent stair flight. The highest operable part of the telephone shall comply with Section Accessible assistive listening sys- tems in assembly areas shall comply with Section In alternate roll-in showers with the controls and hand shower located on the back wall opposite the seat, the controls and hand shower shall be ivc within 15 inches mmleft or right, of the centerline of the seat.
Access aisles shall absl an accessible route.
Accessible lavatories and sinks shall comply with Section Accessible signs shall comply with Section The uppercase letter “O” shall be used to determine the allowable width of all characters of a font. Permanent seats shall be positioned at the head end of the bathtub. A pictorial symbol that represents activ- ities, anl, or concepts.
ICC recognizes their contributions as well as those of the participants who, although not on the committee, provided lcc input during this update cycle.
ANSI A117.1 (2003): Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities
Speech output for any single function shall be permitted to be automatically interrupted when a transaction is selected.
Car gates or doors shall be positioned at a narrow end of the clear floor area required by Section Central to 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. As the znsl passes a floor and when a car stops at a floor served by the elevator, the corre- sponding character shall illuminate.
The slope that is perpendicular to the direction of travel see running slope.