Cable Railing - Arcadia Surface - Upper Stair Left

Cable Railing - Arcadia Surface - Upper Stair Left

ARC.CBL.UPP.LEF.35.018

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The Cable Railing Press And Latch System Arcadia Stair Post System is a piece of our Press And Latch cable railing system. This upper stair post is to be placed at the top of the stairs with the railing continuing onto the left. Unlike the other systems that we carry in stock, this system is not modular. It's tailored for Commercial and High End Residential. The top rail bar is to be welded.

Overview

ADA Handrail height requirements are issued to create a safe, enjoyable space to enjoy for everyone. It should be noted that the ADA height of handrail requirements that children will primarily use. Customers are encouraged to call their local city to get information about their local building codes. Local building codes supersede national building codes. Inline Design provides this information in an advisory capacity only and is not liable for any code non-compliance.

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Adult Height Requirements:

The top of the gripping surfaces of handrails shall be 34 inches (865 mm) minimum and 38 inches (965 mm) maximum vertically above walking surfaces, stair nosings, and ramp surfaces. Handrails shall be at a consistent height above walking surfaces, stair nosings, and ramp surfaces.

  1. The height from the surface is between 34" and 38"
  2. The height is consistent across runs

Adult ADA Height Requirements guidance

Children Height Requirements:

When children are the principal users in a building or facility (e.g., elementary schools), a second set of handrails at an appropriate height can assist them and aid in preventing accidents. A maximum height of 28 inches (710 mm) measured to the top of the gripping surface from the ramp surface, or stair nosing is recommended for handrails designed for children. Sufficient vertical clearance between upper and lower handrails, 9 inches (230 mm) minimum, should be provided to help prevent entrapment.

  1. The maximum height from the surface is 28"
  2. The minimum vertical clearance between handrails is 9"
  3. The height is consistent across runs

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