Tactile Braille Restroom Sign
Unisex Restroom Tactile Text with Braille ADA Signs - 6" x 3"
Gender Neutral Restroom Sign with Tactile Text and Braille - California AB 1732 Compliant
The white text on blue background version of this Restroom sign is in stock for shipping the same or next business day. For full compliance with California law, this ADA compliant Braille sign is mounted on the wall adjacent to the strike side of the single-occupant restroom door.
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And a California Title 24 compliant sign must also be mounted on the restroom door. (For example, our T24-1014 restroom door sign shown at the left.)
IDENTIFICATION OF ALL GENDER SINGLE-USER TOILET FACILITIES Compliant with the California Building Code (CBC) Chapter 11B
EXHIBIT A - Door Symbol (required by the CBC)
This image represents the door symbol that is required by CBC 11B-216.8 to identify an all-gender/unisex single-user toilet facility. The symbol must comply with the requirements of CBC 11B-703.7.2.6.3. No pictogram, text, or braille is required on the symbol. EXHIBIT B - Designation sign on wall
Designation signs are not required to be provided by the CBC or the 2010 ADAS. If provided, a designation sign adjacent to the door must comply with the scoping requirements of CBC 11B-216.2, and the technical requirements for raised characters (CBC 11B-703.2), braille (CBC 11B-703.3), visual characters (CBC 11B-703.5), and requirements for installation height and location (CBC 11B-703.4). No pictogram is required. The following signs illustrate acceptable examples for designation sign text:
Download California Division of State Architect Bulletin BU 17-01: Identification of Single User Toilet Facilities as All Gender
- ADA compliant non-glare matte finish
- ADA compliant font and tactile (1/32 inch raised) letters
- ADA compliant size and letter height
- ADA compliant California domed Grade 2 Braille (The use of California standards for braille satisfies both Federal and California regulations, allowing a single dot configuration for all braille signs nationwide.)
- Click to view/download ADA/California Restroom Door sign mounting instructions.
- Our high-quality yet economically priced plastic AB-1732 and Title 24 Restroom Signs are guaranteed to pass inspections performed by California Certified Access Specialists, or your money back.
- Mounting ADA Compliance Signs: While we include foam tape on the back side of our signs, we recommend ADA signs always be mounted using either fasteners or a construction grade silicone adhesive, such as Lexel. For signs larger than 6" x 6" the foam tape we provide is intended only as an aid for positioning the sign while using fasteners or adhesive for mounting. For correct positioning and mounting heights, view or download our ADA Sign Mounting Guide
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