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Location of ramps to prevent protrusion of handrails at internal corridors

Posted by Elle Green on 05 Mar, 2018
Elle Green

In accordance with AS1428.1-2009 Clause 10.3 (g), ramps that intersect at an internal corridor need to be set back by a minimum of 400mm so that the handrail (compliant to Clause 12) does not protrude into the transverse path of travel.

As shown in the plan & section view below, Moddex recommends a set back distance of 450mm minimum to allow for our Assistrail closure bends.

4. Internal Corridor Section - Moddex Spec image.png


3. Internal Corridor Aerial - Moddex Spec image.png

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