|Title||Use of Cargo Elevator for dazenelevator Passengers|
|Description||dazenelevator column is intended to discuss new or existing rules and interpretations that may affect the operation or planning of vertical transport systems. The rules in the Code of A17.1 are intended to be clear and clear, but sometimes the reader has an unexpected effect on the rules that are perplexed by the intent of the Code. Accessibility and vertical transport have been linked to many types of facilities. Many architectural codes of building specifications relate to aspects of elevator dimensions and feature accessibility. However, the "American Disability Act" is separate from the building code and is civil law. This means that when the code and standards are being developed to meet the necessary requirements of the ADA, it is still a person wearing a black robe, and he will be the ultimate judgment of the owner's accessibility problem. Now that our own disclaimers are inappropriate, there is an option that may solve some ADA issues that do not need to move the public to the owners. For example, many retail customers have only one shopping building open to the public, but at the other level to keep inventory or back office space. Elevator signs need to address the needs of employees, many customers eventually install passenger elevator to solve the visit. This can lead to operational problems, or more suitable for larger items of Cargo Elevator, when the passenger elevator is then used to move the cargo. The Code prohibits passengers on the ladder. Only operators and transport personnel can take the elevator. = Really allow Cargo Elevator to carry passengers if the elevator contains certain design elements. Carefully applying this rule in the design will allow the installation of Cargo Elevator suitable for mobile inventory or freight and staff. One of the key basic requirements of this rule is that the freighter can not be made available to the public. This means that retail customers can install Cargo Elevator without worrying about using passenger elevators in the wrong way and still providing access to employees between floors. We regularly deal with code issues. Probably your question is not new to us, we can help quickly.|
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