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State Rule
A17.1 Rule/Comment
12-230-10(h)(1)  When a ship's ladder
Only required stair dimension
is used for access to the machine room,
is 60 degree max angle.
dimensions must conform to a drawing
handrails must conform to ANSI
provided by the code.
A12.1.  Stairs/Handrails must
be noncombustable.  DM 3.09
allows max angle of 50 degrees
12-230-10(i)(1)  Passenger elevator
Distance between panels is
hoistway entrance openings giving access
limited to 1/2 inch but
to the car platform when in the closed
movement in other directions
and locked position shall allow no more
is not specified.
than 1/2 inch of movement at the bottom
per panel.
12-230-10(i)(2)  Clearance between the
Clearance between a panel and
gate and hoistway landing sill shall not
the sill shall not exceed 1
exceed 3/8 inch.
inch (Rule 110.12d(5)).
12-230-10(i)(3)  Gate counterweights shall
Counterweights shall be
run in guides or in boxes and be
attached to prevent falling.
arranged to retain the weight in the box
or guide.
12-230-10(n)(5)  Glass for car enclosures
Glass must be laminated and
or doors shall be 1/2 inch thick minimum
meet the requirements of ANSI
and the plastic interlayer shall be .045-
Z97.1 (which does not specify
.060 inches thick.
12-230-10(o)(2) The requirements from
Car door panels are not
A17.1 rule 110.11e (hoistway entrance
required to meet these rules.
panels) are applied to car door panels.
12-230-10(o)(3)  Side emergency exit
Side emergency exit doors are
doors are permitted.
not permitted.
12-230-10(p)(5)  No car safety device
Rule 205.12 specifies factors
shall be used for a greater total load
of safety for constituent
or speed than that specified by the
parts only.
Attachment (2)


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