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قديم 11-09-2008, 09:16 AM
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إبتسامة Kitchen Planning Guidelines with Access Standards


Kitchen Planning Guidelines with Access Standards from the National Association Of Kitchen and Bath design in USA

Notice: all measurements are in inches and feet

Examples
3’= 3 feet
32’’= 32 inches

Door/Entry



The clear opening of a doorway should be at least 32’’ wide. This would require a minimum 2’-10’’ door





Access Standard

The clear opening of a doorway should be at least 34’’. This would require a minimum 3’-0’’ door




Clear openings of doorways with swinging doors shall be measured between the face of door and stop, with the door open 90 degrees.

When a passage exceeds 24" in depth, the minimum clear opening increases to 36 inches





















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قديم 11-09-2008, 09:21 AM
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Door Interference


No entry door should interfere with the safe operation of appliances, nor should appliance doors interfere with one another













In addition, the door area should include clear floor space for maneuvering which varies according to the type of door and direction of approach.


For a standard hinged or swinging door, the clearance on the pull side of the door should be the door width plus 18” by 60”.




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قديم 11-09-2008, 09:30 AM
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Distance Between Work Centers


*A major appliance and its surrounding landing/work area form a work center. The distances between the three primary work centers (cooking surface, cleanup/prep sink and refrigeration storage) form a work triangle.



In a kitchen with three work centers* the sum of the three traveled distances should total no more than 26’ with no single leg of the triangle measuring less than 4’ nor more than 9’.( feet)






When the kitchen plan includes more than three primary appliance/work centers, each additional travel distance to another appliance/work center should measure no less than 4’ nor more than 9 (feet )



Each leg is measured from the center-front of the appliance/sink


No work triangle leg intersects an island/peninsula or other obstacle by more than 12 inches



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قديم 11-09-2008, 09:41 AM
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I will be back soon

I have a problem in writing the symbols of the units of the distances that come after the numbers. Please dont consider any information written above untill corrected

I will try to solve it or just keep it in a written form instaed


already done

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قديم 11-09-2008, 10:08 AM
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Separating Work Centers


A full-height, full-depth, tall obstacle* should not separate two primary work centers





*Examples of a full-height obstacle are a tall oven cabinet, tall pantry cabinet or refrigerator.

A properly recessed tall corner unit will not interrupt the workflow and is acceptable


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قديم 11-09-2008, 10:35 AM
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Work Triangle Traffic


No major traffic patterns should cross through the basic work triangle






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قديم 11-09-2008, 10:48 AM
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Work Aisle

The width of a work aisle should be at least 42” for one cook and at least 48” for multiple cooks. Measure between the counter frontage, tall cabinets and/or appliances

42” = 42 inches













Recommended


A clear floor space of at least 30” by 48” should be provided at each kitchen appliance. Clear floor spaces can overlap


In a U-shaped kitchen, plan a minimum clearance of 60” between opposing arms



Include a wheelchair turning space with a diameter of at least 60”, which can include knee* and toe* clearances


A wheelchair turning space could utilize a T-shaped clear space, which is a 60” square with two 12” wide x 24” deep areas removed from the corners of the square. This leaves a minimum 36” wide base and two 36” wide arms. T-shaped wheelchair turning spaces can include knee and toe clearances






* Knee clearance must be a minimum 30” wide (36” to use as part of the T-turn) and maintain a 27” clear space under the cabinet, counter or sink for a depth of 8”. The next 3” of depth may slope down to a height of 9”, with a clear space of at least 17” extending beneath the
element

* Toe clearance space under a cabinet or appliance is between the floor and 9” above the floor. Where toe clearance is required as part of a clear floor space, the toe clearance should extend 17” minimum beneath the element




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قديم 11-09-2008, 10:53 AM
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Walkway


The width of a walkway should be at least 36”.






If two walkways are perpendicular to each other, one walkway should be at least 42” wide



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قديم 11-09-2008, 10:59 AM
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Traffic Clearance at Seating

In a seating area where no traffic passes behind a seated diner, allow 32” of clearance from the counter/table edge to any wall or other obstruction behind the seating area.
a. If traffic passes behind the seated diner, allow at least 36” to edge past.
b. If traffic passes behind the seated diner, allow at least 44” to walk past.














In a seating area where no traffic passes behind a seated diner allow 36” of clearance from the counter/table edge to any wall or other obstruction behind the seating area
. If traffic passes behind the seated diner, plan a minimum of 60” to allow passage for a person in a wheelchair






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قديم 11-09-2008, 11:06 AM
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Seating Clearance

Kitchen seating areas should incorporate at least the following clearances:

30” high tables/counters: Allow a 24” wide x 18” deep knee space for each seated diner and at least 18” of clear knee space


36” high counters: Allow a 24” wide x 15” deep knee space for each seated diner and at least 15” of clear knee space[


42” high counters: Allow a 24” wide x 12” deep knee space for each seated diner and 12” of clear knee space






Kitchen seating areas should be 28” – 34” high x 30” – 36” wide x 19” deep to better accommodate people of various sizes or those using a mobility aid.

Recommended minimum size for a knee space at a table or counter is 36” wide x 27” high x 19” deep






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