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Requirements That Must Be Satisfied For Public Restrooms Public restrooms are required to meet the standards set by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The standards that are included in the ADA cover such things as the measurements and placements of the toilet, sink, stall size, grab bars and toilet paper dispensers. The goal is to enable people with disabilities to participate in all areas of public life. All companies can buy these particular accessories that they will need for their restrooms from reputable online dealers. You'll want to look for a company that has many years of expertise in manufacturing different items that will meet the requirements of the ADA. In addition, you want durable equipment that will work with your existing facility. Toilet Stall. If the toilet is anchored to the floor, then the stall must have a minimum width and depth of 60 x 56 inches. In the event the toilet is anchored to the wall then your depth must be increased by 3 inches. There must be at least 9 inches of clearance space below the stall walls and the door should always swing outwards. Wheelchair users need to be able to make a U-turn, which means a 60 x 60 inch area will be necessary. The Toilet. The seat of the toilet must be between 17 to 19 inches above the floor and 18 inches away from each side of the stall wall. The lever of the toilet needs to be at least 44 inches from the floor. If a restroom is equipped with urinals, then at least one needs to be accessible. The placement of the elongated rim is required to be at a maximum of 17 inches above the ground. The handicapped user really should have a clear section of 30 by 48 inches in front of the urinal. Restroom Sink. There has to be a minimum of 29 inches between the base of the sink and the ground. The rim of the sink has to be positioned at 34 inches from the ground. There shouldn't be any pipes that are exposed, unless they're insulated, beneath the entire area where you wash your hands. The mirrors bottom edge should be about 40 inches above the floor. Finally, any automatic faucets must run for a minimum of 10 seconds. The Grab Bars. To meet ADA standards, all the toilets need to have two grab bars that are mounted to the wall in any stalls that are for handicap use. One bar should be located behind the toilet and the other on the side wall. Both bars should be anchored 33 to 36 inches above the floor. The bar that's placed on the side wall needs to be 46 inches long and the one behind the toilet will be 36 inches long. Both bars should be 1 Ÿ to 1 ½ wide. Toilet Paper Dispenser. The toilet paper holder's must be located beneath the grab bars, and placed a minimum of 19 inches above the floor. The toilet paper must unroll from the top of the roll, not the bottom. One can find a variety of sizes and types of dispensers that meet ADA requirements and are very affordable. You'll find durable options available that meet ADA standards whether or not you need them for one small bathroom that isn't used that often or for a public bathroom that is used quite often. The Justice Department, which is part of the ADA is required to provide educational and technical assistance to people, companies along with other local government agencies. Persons with disabilities should be able to have reasonable access to restrooms in public areas.

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