Section 11B-605 Urinals
Code excerpt regarding technical requirements for urinals: height and depth, clear floor space, and flush controls.
Advisory 11B-605.1 General. Stall-type urinals provide greater accessibility for a broader range of persons, including people of short stature.
As noted in Sections 11B-605.2 and 11B-605.3, and illustrated in Figure 11B-605.2, there is no requirement for toe or knee clearance under urinals. While some interpretations allow toe space to extend up to 6″ under a wall-hung type urinal, there is no requirement for such. Therefore, it is improper to indicate the clear floor space from the rear wall of the urinal, and it is not required to show the clear floor space under any part of the urinal.
Flush valve devices (flushometers) that include both automatic functions and manual (hand-operated) controls must be installed so that the hand-operated controls are located not higher than 44″ AFF so that the flush control remains operable for persons with disabilities in the event the automatic control loses power.