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Property Knowledge: How Many Floors Need An Elevator? Take A Look At The Relevant National Regulations
Oct 19, 2018

     With the higher the residential buildings, the elevators have become the standard for our house selection. The elevator has brought us a lot of convenience, such as Xiaobian, who is used to the elevator and has not climbed the building for a long time.


    So how many floors need an elevator? How many floors can you install an elevator? Let's take a look at the relevant national regulations.


    Question: How many floors need an elevator?


    Reply:


    There are elevators on how many floors, elevators can be installed on many floors, and how many elevators are installed. The state has relevant regulations.


   In accordance with Article 6 of the National Residential Design Code, one of the following circumstances must be set up:


    1. When the height of the 7th and 7th floor residential or residential entrance floor is more than 16m from the outdoor design floor;


    2. The ground floor is used as a store or other residential building with six or less floors. The height of the entrance floor of the building is more than 16m from the outdoor design floor of the building;


    3. The six-storey and six-story residential buildings with overhead floor or storage space, the height of the entrance floor of the building is more than 16m from the outdoor design floor of the building;


    4. When the top floor is a two-storey penthouse, the gradation part does not count the number of floors, and the height of the top floor entrance floor is more than 16m from the outdoor design floor of the building.


    Article 7: For high-rise residential buildings of 12 stories and 12 stories or above, there should be no less than two elevators in each building.


    Article 8: Tower and corridor residential elevators should be arranged in groups. When a unit house has only one elevator per unit, it should be connected to the corridor at the appropriate number of floors.


    Chapter 3 of the Code of Residential Design:


    Article 21: The height of the railings at the temporary space such as the veranda, the inner patio and the roof of the upper man's roof shall not be less than 1 m, and the mid-rise and high-rise residences shall not be less than 1.10 m. The clearance between vertical bars should not exceed 0.11m.


    Article 22: The outer gallery of the main building with high-rise residential buildings shall be closed and shall be provided with sashes or ventilation and smoke exhausting facilities.


    Article 23: The entrance and exit of houses in severe cold areas shall be provided with anti-cold door or insulated outer door. It is advisable to have external doors or other cold-proof facilities for the west and north entrances and exits of houses in cold regions.


    Article 24: When the entrance and exit of the house are located in the lower part of the balcony and the gallery, safety measures shall be taken.


    Article 25: The entrance and exit of the house shall have a conspicuous identification mark and a credit box shall be set up by the household. A management duty room should be located at the entrance and exit of high-rise residential buildings.


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