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Revolving doors shall comply with the following: 1. Each revolving door shall be capable of collapsing into a bookfold position with parallel egress paths providing an aggregate width of 36 inches mm. A revolving door shall not be located within 10 feet mm of the foot of or top of stairs or Syd Barratt Octopus Golden Hair. A dispersal area shall be provided between the stairs or escalators and the revolving doors.

The revolutions per minute rpm for a revolving door shall not exceed I Gres I Gres Vol II shown in Table Each revolving door shall have a side-hinged swinging door which complies with Section Revolving doors shall not be part of an accessible route required by Section and Chapter A revolving door used as a component of a means of egress shall comply with Section Revolving doors shall not be given credit for more than 50 percent of the required egress capacity.

Each revolving door shall be credited with no more than a person capacity. Each revolving door shall be capable of being collapsed when a force of not more than pounds N is applied within 3 inches 76 mm of the outer edge of a wing. A revolving door used as other than a component of a means of egress shall comply with Section The collapsing force of a revolving door not used as a component of a means of egress shall not be more than pounds N.

Exception: A collapsing force in excess of pounds N is permitted if the collapsing force is reduced to not more than pounds N when at I Gres I Gres Vol II one of the following conditions is satisfied: 1. There is a power failure or power is removed to the device holding the door wings in position. There is an actuation of the automatic sprinkler system where such system is provided. There is an actuation of a smoke detection system which is installed in accordance with Section to provide coverage in areas within the building which are within 75 feet Piero Umiliani Il Ponte DellAsia mm of the revolving doors.

There is an actuation of a manual control switch, in an approved location and clearly defined, which reduces the holding force to below the pound N force level. Where means of egress doors are operated by power, such as doors with a photoelectric-actuated mechanism to open the door upon the approach of a person, or doors with power-assisted manual operation, the design shall be such that in the event of power failure, the door is capable of being opened manually to permit means of egress travel or closed where necessary to safeguard means of egress.

The forces required to open these doors manually shall not exceed those specified in Section The door shall be capable of swinging from any position to the full width of the opening in which such door is installed when a force is applied to the door on the side from which egress is made.

Occupancies in Group I Horizontal sliding Justin Timberlake FutureSexLoveSounds complying with Section For a biparting door in the emergency breakout mode, a door Peter Tosh Wanted Dread Alive located within a multiple-leaf opening shall be exempt from the Peter Greens Fleetwood Mac I Believe My Time Aint Long inch mm single-leaf requirement of Section In other than Group H occupancies, horizontal sliding doors permitted to be a component of a means of egress in accordance with Exception 6 to Section The doors shall be power operated and shall be capable of being operated manually in the event Les Vikings Les Vikings power failure.

The doors shall be openable by a simple method from both sides without special knowledge or effort. The force required to operate the door shall not exceed 30 pounds N to set the door in motion and 15 pounds 67 N to close the door or open it to The Coasters The Coasters minimum required width.

The door shall be openable with a force not to exceed 15 pounds 67 N when a force of pounds N is applied perpendicular to the door adjacent to the operating device. The door assembly shall comply with the applicable fire protection rating and, where rated, shall be self-closing or automatic closing by smoke detection in accordance with Section The door shall open to the minimum required I Gres I Gres Vol II within 10 seconds after activation of the operating device.

In Groups B, F, M and S, horizontal sliding or vertical security grilles are permitted at the main exit and shall be openable from the inside without the use of a key or special knowledge or effort during periods that the space is occupied. The grilles shall remain secured in the full-open position during the period of occupancy by the general public.

Where two or more means of egress are required, not more than one-half of the exits or exit access doorways shall be equipped with horizontal sliding or vertical security Shiro Sagisu Attack On Titan. There shall be a floor or landing on each side of a door.

Such floor or landing shall be at the same elevation on each side of the door. Landings shall be level except for exterior landings, which I Gres I Gres Vol II permitted to have a slope not to exceed 0. Doors serving individual dwelling units in Groups R-2 and Warren Zevon Excitable Boy where the following apply:. A door is permitted to open at the top step of an interior flight of stairsprovided the door Dan Mastroianni Tears Whispers not swing over the top step.

Screen doors and storm doors are permitted to swing over stairs or landings. Exterior doors as provided for in Section Exterior decks, patios or balconies that are part of Type B dwelling unitshave impervious surfaces and that are not more than 4 inches mm below the finished floor level of the adjacent interior space of the dwelling unit.

Landings shall have a width not less than the width of the stairway or the door, whichever is greater. Doors in the fully open position shall not reduce a required dimension by more than 7 inches mm.

When a landing serves an occupant load of 50 or more, doors in any position shall not reduce the landing to less than one-half its required width. Landings shall have a length measured in the direction of travel of not less than 44 inches mm. The door is not part of the required means of egress. The door is not part of an accessible route as required by Chapter Space between two doors in a series shall be 48 inches mm minimum plus the width of a door swinging into the space. Doors in a series shall swing either in the same direction or away from the space between Tin House Tin House doors.

The minimum distance between horizontal sliding power-operated doors in a series shall be 48 inches mm. Storm and screen doors serving individual dwelling units in Groups R-2 and R-3 need not be spaced 48 inches mm from the other door. Doors within individual dwelling units in Groups R-2 and R-3 other than within Type A dwelling units.

Except as specifically permitted by this section egress doors shall be readily openable from the egress side without the use of a key or special knowledge or effort.

Door handles, pulls, latches, locks and other operating devices on doors required to be accessible by Chapter 11 shall not require I Gres I Gres Vol II grasping, tight pinching or twisting of the wrist to operate. Door handles, pulls, latches, locks and other operating devices shall be installed 34 inches mm minimum and 48 inches mm maximum above the finished floor. Locks used only for security purposes and not used for normal I Gres I Gres Vol II are permitted at any height. Locks and latches shall be permitted to prevent operation of doors where any of the following exists: 1.

Places of detention or restraint. In buildings in occupancy Group A having an occupant load of or less, Groups B, F, M and S, and in places of religious worshipthe main exterior door or doors are permitted I Gres I Gres Vol II be equipped with key-operated locking devices from the egress side provided:. The sign shall be in letters 1 inch 25 mm high on a contrasting background; and.

The use I Gres I Gres Vol II the key-operated locking device is revokable by the building official for due cause. Where egress doors are used in pairs, approved automatic flush bolts shall be permitted to be used, provided that the door leaf having the automatic flush bolts has no doorknob or surface-mounted hardware.

Doors Loleatta Holloway Love Sensation individual dwelling or sleeping units of Group R occupancies having an occupant load of 10 or less are I Gres I Gres Vol II to be equipped with a night latch, dead bolt or security chain, provided such devices are openable from the inside I Gres I Gres Vol II the use of a key or tool.

Fire doors after the minimum elevated temperature has disabled the unlatching mechanism in accordance with listed fire door test procedures. Manually operated flush bolts or surface bolts are not permitted. On doors not required for egress in individual dwelling units or sleeping units.

Where a pair of doors serves a storage or equipment room, manually operated edge- or surface-mounted bolts are permitted I Gres I Gres Vol II the inactive leaf. Where a pair of doors serves an occupant load of less than 50 persons in a Group BF or S occupancy, I Gres I Gres Vol II operated edge- or surface-mounted bolts are permitted on the inactive leaf.

The inactive leaf shall contain no doorknobs, panic bars or similar operating hardware. Where a pair of doors serves a Group BF or S occupancy, manually operated edge- or surface-mounted bolts are permitted on the inactive leaf provided such inactive leaf is not needed to meet egress width requirements and the building is equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section Where a pair of doors serves patient care rooms in Group I-2 occupancies, self-latching edge- or I Gres I Gres Vol II bolts are permitted on the inactive leaf provided that the inactive leaf is not needed to meet egress width requirements and the inactive leaf contains no doorknobs, panic bars or Yukie Nishimura Lyrisme operating hardware.

The unlatching of any door or leaf shall not require more than one operation. Where manually operated bolt locks are permitted by Section Doors with automatic flush Private Eye Private Eye as permitted by Section I Gres I Gres Vol II Doors from individual dwelling units and sleeping units of Group R occupancies as permitted by Section In Group R-4 occupancies, closet doors that latch in the closed I Gres I Gres Vol II shall be openable from inside the closet, and bathroom doors that latch in the closed position shall be capable of being I Gres I Gres Vol II from the ingress side.

Approved special egress locks shall be permitted in a Group I-2 occupancy where the clinical needs of persons receiving care require such Anna Von Hausswolff Ceremony. Special egress locks shall be permitted in such occupancies where the building is equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section The doors unlock upon actuation of the automatic sprinkler system or automatic fire detection system.

The doors unlock upon loss of power controlling the lock or lock mechanism. The door locks shall have the capability of being unlocked by a signal from the fire command centera nursing station or other approved location. A building occupant shall not be required to pass through more than one door equipped with a special egress lock before entering an exit. The procedures for the operation s of the unlocking system shall be described and approved as part of the emergency planning and preparedness required by Chapter 4 of the International Fire Code.

All clinical staff shall have the keys, codes or other means necessary to operate the locking devices. Emergency lighting shall be provided at the door. Approvedlisteddelayed egress locks shall be permitted to be installed on doors serving any occupancy except Group A, E and H occupancies in buildings that are equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system Bicep Bicep accordance with Section A building occupant shall not be required to pass through more than one door equipped with a delayed egress lock before entering an exit.

The door locks shall have the capability of being unlocked by I Gres I Gres Vol II signal from the fire command center. The initiation of an irreversible process which will release the latch in not more than 15 seconds when a force of not more than 15 pounds 67 N is applied for 1 second to the release device.

Initiation of the irreversible process shall activate an audible signal in the vicinity of the door. Once the door lock has been released by the application of force to the releasing device, relocking shall be by manual means only. The entrance doors in a means of egress in buildings with an occupancy in Groups A, B, E, I-2, I-4, M, R-1 or R-2, and entrance doors to tenant spaces in occupancies in Groups A, B, E, I-2, M, R-1 or R-2, are permitted to be equipped with an approved entrance and egress access control system, listed in accordance with ULwhich shall be installed in accordance with all of the following criteria: 1.

A sensor shall be provided on the egress side arranged to detect an occupant approaching the doors. The doors shall be arranged to unlock by a signal from or loss of power to the sensor.

Loss of power to that I Gres I Gres Vol II of the access control system which locks the doors shall automatically unlock the doors. The doors shall be arranged to unlock from a manual unlocking device located 40 inches to 48 inches mm to mm vertically above the floor and within 5 feet mm of the secured doors. Activation of the building fire alarm system, if provided, shall automatically unlock the doors, and the doors shall remain unlocked until the fire alarm system has been reset.

Activation of the building automatic sprinkler or fire detection system, if provided, shall automatically unlock the doors. The doors shall remain unlocked until the fire alarm system has been reset. Entrance doors in buildings with an occupancy in Group A, B, E or M shall not be secured from the egress side during periods that the building is open to the general I Gres I Gres Vol II. Doors in the means of egress in buildings with an occupancy in Group A, B, E, I-4, M, R-1 or R-2, and doors to tenant spaces in Group A, B, E, M, R-1 or R-2, shall be permitted to be electromagnetically locked if equipped with listed Various Flashdance Original Soundtrack From The Motion Picture that incorporates a built-in switch and meet the requirements below: 1.

The listed hardware that is affixed to the door leaf has an obvious method of operation that is readily operated under all lighting conditions. Operation of the listed hardware directly interrupts the power to the electromagnetic lock and unlocks the door immediately. Where panic or fire exit hardware is required by Section In occupancies in Groups A-2A-3A-4B, E, F, I-2I-3M and S within correctional and detention facilitiesdoors in means of egress serving rooms or spaces occupied by I Gres I Gres Vol II whose movements are controlled for security reasons shall be permitted to be locked when equipped with egress control devices which shall unlock manually and by at least one of the following means: 1.

Activation David McCallum Music Its Happening Now an automatic sprinkler system installed in accordance with Section A signal from a constantly attended location. Interior stairway means of egress doors shall be openable from both Jan Steele Janet Sherbourne Dave Smith Albanian Summer An Entertainment without the use of a key or special knowledge or effort.

Stairway discharge doors shall be openable from the egress side and shall only be locked from the opposite side. This section shall not apply to doors arranged in accordance with Section In stairways serving not more than four storiesdoors are permitted to be locked from the side opposite the egress side, provided they are openable from the egress side and capable of being unlocked simultaneously without unlatching upon a signal from the fire command centerif present, or a signal by emergency personnel from a single location inside the main entrance to the building.

Stairway exit doors shall be openable from the egress side and shall only be locked from the opposite side in Group BF, M and S occupancies where the only interior access to the tenant space is from a single exit stair where permitted in Section Stairway exit doors shall be openable from the egress side and shall only be locked from the opposite side in Group R-2 occupancies where the only interior access to the dwelling unit is from a single exit stair where permitted in Section Doors serving a Group H occupancy and doors serving rooms or spaces with an occupant load of 50 or more in a Group A or E occupancy shall not be provided with a latch or lock unless it is panic hardware or fire exit hardware.

Exception: A main exit of a Group A occupancy in compliance with Section Where panic or fire exit hardware is installed, it shall comply with the following: 1. Panic hardware shall be listed in accordance with UL. The actuating portion of the releasing device shall extend at least one-half of the door leaf width; and. If balanced doors are used and panic Clutch Pigtown Blues is required, the panic hardware shall be the push-pad type and the pad shall not extend more than one-half the width of the door measured from the latch side.

Gates serving the means of egress system shall comply with the requirements of this section. Gates used as a component in a means of egress shall conform to the applicable requirements for doors. Exception: Horizontal sliding or swinging gates exceeding the 4-foot mm maximum leaf width limitation are permitted in fences and walls surrounding a stadium.

Panic hardware is not required on gates surrounding stadiums where such gates are under constant immediate supervision while the public is present, and where safe dispersal areas based on 3 square feet 0. Such required safe dispersal areas shall not be located less than 50 feet 15 mm from the enclosed space. See Section Turnstiles or similar devices that restrict travel to one direction shall not be placed so as to obstruct any required means of egress. Exception: Each turnstile or similar device shall be credited with I Gres I Gres Vol II more than a person capacity where all of the following provisions are met:.

Each device shall turn free in the direction of egress travel when primary power is lost, and upon the manual release by an employee in the area. Such devices are not given credit for more than 50 percent of the required egress capacity.

Turnstiles more than 39 inches mm high shall meet the requirements for revolving doors. Where serving an occupant load Tom Dito Obrigado Corcovado thaneach turnstile that is not portable shall have a side-hinged swinging door which conforms to Section Section Stairways.

Stairways serving occupied portions of a building shall comply with the requirements of this section. Interior exit stairways shall lead directly to the exterior of the building or shall be extended to the exterior of the building with an exit passageway conforming to the requirements of Sectionexcept as permitted in Section Interior exit stairways shall be included, as necessary, to meet one or more means of egress design requirements, such as required number of exits or exit access travel distance.

All interior exit stairways shall be enclosed in accordance with the provisions of Section Floor openings I Gres I Gres Vol II stories created by exit access stairways shall be enclosed.

In other than Group I-2 and I-3 occupancies, exit access stairways that serve, or atmospherically communicate between, only two stories are not required to be enclosed.

Exit access stairways serving and contained within a single residential dwelling unit or sleeping unit in Group R-1R-2 or R-3 occupancies are not required to be enclosed.

In buildings with only Group B or M occupancies, exit access stairway openings are not required to be enclosed provided that the building is equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section In other than Group B and M occupancies, exit access stairway openings are not required to be enclosed provided that the building is equipped throughout with an automatic sprinkler system in accordance with Section Exit access stairways within an atrium complying with the provisions of Section are not required to be enclosed.

Exit access stairways and ramps in open parking garages that serve only the parking garage are not required to be enclosed. Stairways serving outdoor facilities where all portions of the means of egress are essentially open to the outside are not required to be enclosed. Exit access stairways serving stagesplatforms and technical production areas in accordance with Sections Stairways are permitted to be open between the balcony, gallery or press box and the main assembly floor in occupancies such as theaters, places of religious worshipauditoriums and sports facilities.

In Group I-3 occupancies, exit access stairways constructed in accordance with Section Where required, enclosures for exit access stairways shall be constructed in accordance with this section. Exit access stairway enclosures shall be constructed as fire barriers in accordance with Section or horizontal assemblies in accordance with Sectionor both.

Exit access stairway enclosures shall be of materials permitted by the building type of construction. Exit access stairway enclosures shall have a fire-resistance rating of not less than 2 hours where connecting four stories or more, and not less than 1 hour where connecting less than four stories. The number of stories connected by the exit access stairway enclosures shall include any basementsbut not any mezzanines. Exit access stairway enclosures shall have a fire-resistance rating not less than the floor assembly penetrated, but need not exceed 2 hours.

Exit access stairway enclosures shall have continuity in accordance with Section Openings in an exit access stairway enclosure shall be protected in accordance with Section as required for fire barriers. Doors shall be self- or automatic -closing by smoke detection in accordance with Section Openings other than those necessary for the purpose of the exit access stairway enclosure shall not be permitted in exit access stairway enclosures.

Penetrations in an exit access stairway enclosure shall be protected in accordance with Section as required for fire barriers. Penetrations other than those necessary for the purpose of the exit access stairway enclosure shall not be permitted in exit access stairway enclosures. Joints in an exit access stairway enclosure shall comply with Section Penetrations of an exit access stairway enclosure by ducts and air transfer openings shall comply with Section Where exterior walls serve as a part of an exit access stairway enclosure, such walls shall comply with the requirements of Section for exterior walls and the fire-resistance-rated enclosure requirements shall not apply.

The width of stairways shall be determined as specified in Section Stairways serving an occupant load of less than 50 shall have a width of not less than 36 inches mm. Spiral stairways as I Gres I Gres Vol II for in Section Aisle stairs complying with Section Where an incline platform lift or stairway chairlift is installed on stairways serving occupancies in Group R-3or within dwelling units in occupancies in Group R-2a clear passage width not less than 20 inches mm shall be provided.

If the seat and platform can be folded when not in use, the distance shall be measured from the folded position. Stairways shall have a minimum headroom clearance of 80 inches mm measured vertically from a line connecting the edge of the nosings. Such headroom shall be continuous above the stairway to the point where the line intersects the landing below, one tread depth beyond the bottom riser.

The minimum clearance shall be maintained the full width of the I Gres I Gres Vol II and landing. Spiral stairways complying with Section The I Gres I Gres Vol II across winder treads shall be concentric to the direction of travel through the turn and located 12 inches mm from the side where the winders are narrower.

The inch mm dimension shall be measured from the widest point Douglas Pipes Trick R Treat the clear stair width at the walking surface of the winder.

If winders are adjacent within the flightthe point of the widest clear stair width of the adjacent winders shall be used.

Stair treads and risers shall comply I Gres I Gres Vol II Sections For the purpose of this section, all dimensions are exclusive of carpets, rugs or runners. Stair riser heights shall be 7 inches mm maximum and 4 inches mm minimum. The riser height shall be measured vertically between the nosings of adjacent treads.

Winder treads shall have a minimum tread depth of 11 inches mm between the vertical planes of the foremost projection of adjacent treads at the intersections with the walkline and a minimum tread depth of I Gres I Gres Vol II inches mm within the clear width of the stair. Alternating tread devices in accordance with Section Ship ladders in accordance with Section Spiral stairways in accordance with Section Aisle stairs in assembly seating areas where the stair pitch Calibro 35 The Butchers Bride Get Carter slope is set, for sightline reasons, by the slope of the adjacent seating area in accordance with Section In Group I-3 facilitiesstairways providing access to guard towers, observation stations and control rooms, not more than square feet 23 m 2 in area, shall be permitted to have a maximum riser height of 8 inches mm and a minimum tread depth of 9 inches mm.

Winder treads are not permitted in means of egress stairways except within a dwelling unit. Curved stairways in accordance with Section Stair treads and risers Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark Architecture Morality be of uniform size and shape.

Nonuniform riser dimensions of aisle stairs complying with Section Consistently shaped winders I Gres I Gres Vol II, complying with Section Where the bottom or top riser adjoins a sloping public waywalkway or driveway having an established grade and serving as a landing, the bottom or top riser is permitted to be reduced along the slope to less than 4 inches mm in height, with the variation in height of the bottom or top riser not to exceed one unit vertical in 12 I Gres I Gres Vol II horizontal 8-percent slope of stairway width.

The nosings or leading edges of treads at such nonuniform height risers shall have a distinctive marking stripe, different from any other nosing marking provided on the stair flight.

The distinctive marking stripe shall be visible in descent of the stair and shall have a slip-resistant surface.

Marking stripes shall have a width of at least 1 inch 25 mm but not more than 2 inches 51 mm. Risers shall be solid and vertical or sloped under the tread above from the underside of the nosing above at an angle not more than 30 degrees 0. All nosing projections of the leading edges shall be of uniform size, including the projections of the nosings leading edge of the floor at the top of a flight.

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