2nd attempt_Test in 4 days_Stair Alt 3.0

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2nd attempt_Test in 4 days_Stair Alt 3.0

Postby architoy » Wed Nov 22, 2017 10:36 pm

I'm not sure about below things, if the space is very tight, which could be given up.. Thanks!

1. If door swing into landing, should not block 1/2 of required width, does the required width means stair width 56"? Or required width means landing width 60"? Any diagram to help explain this code?
2. Does all the intermediate landing needs to have 60" clearance for wheel chair turn around?
3. Does the handrail needs to be away from door maneuvering space?
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Re: 2nd attempt_Test in 4 days_Stair Alt 3.0

Postby Coach » Fri Nov 24, 2017 6:36 pm

architoy wrote:1. If door swing into landing, should not block 1/2 of required width, does the required width means stair width 56"? Or required width means landing width 60"? Any diagram to help explain this code?

Stair.

2. Does all the intermediate landing needs to have 60" clearance for wheel chair turn around?

Do you see anything about a turn around in the code?

3. Does the handrail needs to be away from door maneuvering space?

Only rail mounted on door wall may encroach.

Looks good.
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Re: 2nd attempt_Test in 4 days_Stair Alt 3.0

Postby architoy » Sat Nov 25, 2017 11:10 am

Coach wrote:
architoy wrote:1. If door swing into landing, should not block 1/2 of required width, does the required width means stair width 56"? Or required width means landing width 60"? Any diagram to help explain this code?

Stair.

2. Does all the intermediate landing needs to have 60" clearance for wheel chair turn around?

Do you see anything about a turn around in the code?

3. Does the handrail needs to be away from door maneuvering space?

Only rail mounted on door wall may encroach.

Looks good.


Thank you coach, appreciated your time!
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