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ADA Standards, Guidelines, Manual & Recommendations

ADA Manual

Simplified ADA Railing System Manual

This manual will give you a basic overview of both the ADA guidelines and what is needed to install a Simplified ADA Railing system. This manual contains basic tips, tools and helpful pictures to show you how to work with the Simplified ADA Railing components. This manual clearly calls out how the fittings and pipe go together for most ADA railing configurations.

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ADA Manual Table of Contents

How to Use this Manual

This manual is not meant to provide comprehensive, step-by-step instructions for installing your railing. Each railing is different in application and arrangement. This manual is designed to give you the general principals necessary for installing a Simplified ADA Railing. Please read the basic principals and then refer to the diagram that is most relevant to your application.

Which Drawing Do I Use?

Use the table below to determine which drawing(s) in this manual will be of the greatest help to you.

Top Rail ADA Railing
This Diagram (ignore bottom rail)
Top & Mid Rail ADA Railing
This Diagram (ignore bottom rail)
Top, Mid & Bottom ADA Railing This Diagram
Top & Bottom ADA Railing This Diagram
Stair Railing This Diagram
Wall Attachment This Diagram & Additional Diagram

Different ADA Railing Styles

ADA Railing Styles

ADA Railings can be designed in several different rail styles. The image to the left gives the four different railing configurations that can be used when designing an ADA handrail. The top rail is the only handrail that is required in all scenarios. Other rails are added for ramps, walkways and other circumstances. If you are unsure which rail arrangement that you need, please talk to our customer service team about which rail arrangement is required for your railing.

Example ADA Railing Projects

These renderings represent the different ways that our ADA railing system can be used to create an ADA compliant railing that fits your needs. Most of these customers come to us with a basic idea of the area that requires a railing. We then take that information and produce the drawings you see below. If you're ready to get a quote on your ADA railing, please visit our ADA Quote page.