|LAVATORIES||BATHTUBS/ SHOWERS||DRINKING FOUNTAINe, f
|1||Assembly||A-1d||Theaters and other buildings for the performing arts and motion pictures||1 per 125||1 per 65||1 per 200||—||1 per 500||1 service sink|
|A-2d||Nightclubs, bars, taverns, dance halls and buildings for similar purposes||1 per 40||1 per 40||1 per 75||—||1 per 500||1 service sink|
|Restaurants, banquet halls and food courts||1 per 75||1 per 75||1 per 200||—||1 per 500||1 service sink|
|A-3d||Auditoriums without permanent seating, art galleries, exhibition halls, museums, lecture halls, libraries, arcades and gymnasiums||1 per 125||1 per 65||1 per 200||—||1 per 500||1 service sink|
|Passenger terminals and transportation facilities||1 per 500||1 per 500||1 per 750||—||1 per 1,000||1 service sink|
|Places of worship and other religious services.||1 per 150||1 per 75||1 per 200||—||1 per 1,000||1 service sink|
|A-4||Coliseums, arenas, skating rinks, pools and tennis courts for indoor sporting events and activities||1 per 75 for the first 1,500 and 1 per 120 for the remainder exceeding 1,500||1 per 40 for the first 1,520 and 1 per 60 for the remainder exceeding 1,520||1 per 200||1 per 150||—||1 per 1,000||1 service sink|
|A-5||Stadiums, amusement parks, bleachers and grandstands for outdoor sporting events and activities||1 per 75 for the first 1,500 and 1 per 120 for the remainder exceeding 1,500||1 per 40 for the first 1,520 and 1 per 60 for the remainder exceeding 1,520||1 per 200||1 per 150||—||1 per 1,000||1 service sink|
|2||Business||B||Buildings for the transaction of business, professional services, other services involving merchandise, office buildings, banks, light industrial and similar uses||1 per 25 for the first 50 and 1 per 50 for the remainder exceeding 50||1 per 40 for the first 80 and 1 per 80 for the remainder exceeding 80||—||1 per 100||1 service sinkg|
|3||Educational||E||Educational facilities||1 per 50||1 per 50||—||1 per 100||1 service sink|
|4||Factory and industrial||F-1 and F-2||Structures in which occupants are engaged in work fabricating, assembly or processing of products or materials||1 per 100||1 per 100||(see Section 411)||1 per 400||1 service sink|
|5||Institutional||I-1||Residential care||1 per 10||1 per 10||1 per 8||1 per 100||1 service sink|
|I-2||Hospitals, ambulatory nursing home care recipient||1 per roomc||1 per roomc||1 per 15||1 per 100||1 service sink per floor|
|Employees, other than residential careb||1 per 25||1 per 35||—||1 per 100||—|
|Visitors, other than residential care||1 per 75||1 per 100||—||1 per 500||—|
|I-3||Prisonsb||1 per cell||1 per cell||1 per 15||1 per 100||1 service
|Reformitories, detention centers, and correctional centersb||1 per 15||1 per 15||1 per 15||1 per 100||1 service sink|
|Employeesb||1 per 25||1 per 35||—||1 per 100||—|
|I-4||Adult day care and child day care||1 per 15||1 per 15||1||1 per 100||1 service
service stations, shops, salesrooms, markets and shopping centers
|1 per 500||1 per 750||—||1 per 1,000||1 service sinkg|
|7||Residential||R-1||Hotels, motels, boarding houses (transient)||1 per sleeping unit||1 per sleeping unit||1 per sleeping unit||—||1 service
|R-2||Dormitories, fraternities, sororities and boarding houses (not transient)||1 per 10||1 per 10||1 per 8||1 per 100||1 service
|R-2||Apartment house||1 per dwelling unit||1 per dwelling unit||1 per
|—||1 kitchen sink per dwelling
unit; 1 automatic clothes washer connection per 20 dwelling units
|R-3||Congregate living facilities with 16 or fewer persons||1 per 10||1 per 10||1 per 8||1 per 100||1 service
|R-3||One- and two-family dwellings||1 per dwelling unit||1 per dwelling unit||1 per
sink per dwelling
unit; 1 automatic clothes washer connection per
|R-4||Congregate living facilities with 16 or fewer persons||1 per 10||1 per 10||1 per 8||1 per 100||1 service
|Structures for the storage of goods, warehouses, storehouse and freight depots. Low and Moderate Hazard.||1 per 100||1 per 100||See
|1 per 1,000||1 service
- The fixtures shown are based on one fixture being the minimum required for the number of persons indicated or any fraction of the number of persons indicated. The number of occupants shall be determined by the International Building Code.
- Toilet facilities for employees shall be separate from facilities for inmates or care recipients.
- A single-occupant toilet room with one water closet and one lavatory serving not more than two adjacent patient sleeping units shall be permitted where such room is provided with direct access from each patient sleeping unit and with provisions for privacy.
- The occupant load for seasonal outdoor seating and entertainment areas shall be included when determining the minimum number of facilities required.
- The minimum number of required drinking fountains shall comply with Table 403.1 and Chapter 11 of the International Building Code.
- Drinking fountains are not required for an occupant load of 15 or fewer.
- For business and mercantile occupancies with an occupant load of 15 or fewer, service sinks shall not be required.
Exception: The total occupant load shall not be required to be divided in half where approved statistical data indicates a distribution of the sexes of other than 50 percent of each sex.
- Separate facilities shall not be required for dwelling units and sleeping units.
- Separate facilities shall not be required in structures or tenant spaces with a total occupant load, including both employees and customers, of 15 or fewer.
- Separate facilities shall not be required in mercantile occupancies in which the maximum occupant load is 100 or fewer.
Exception: The location and maximum travel distances to required employee facilities in factory and industrial occupancies are permitted to exceed that required by this section, provided that the location and maximum travel distance are approved.
- Water closet compartments shall not be required in a single-occupant toilet room with a lockable door.
- Toilet rooms located in child day care facilities and containing two or more water closets shall be permitted to have one water closet without an enclosing compartment.
- This provision is not applicable to toilet areas located within Group I-3 housing areas.
- Urinal partitions shall not be required in a single occupant or family/assisted-use toilet room with a lockable door.
- Toilet rooms located in child day care facilities and containing two or more urinals shall be permitted to have one urinal without partitions.
Floor flanges of hard lead shall weigh not less than 1 pound, 9 ounces (0.7 kg) and shall be composed of lead alloy with not less than 7.75-percent antimony by weight. Closet screws and bolts shall be of brass. Flanges shall be secured to the building structure with corrosion-resistant screws or bolts.
- A single drinking fountain that complies with the requirements for people who use a wheelchair and standing persons shall be permitted to be substituted for two separate drinking fountains.
- Where drinking fountains are primarily for children's use, the drinking fountains for people using wheelchairs shall be permitted to comply with the children's provisions in ICC A117.1 and drinking fountains for standing children shall be permitted to provide the spout at 30 inches (762 mm) minimum above the floor.
- Floor surfaces under shower heads provided for rinsing laid directly on the ground are not required to comply with this section.
- Where a sheet-applied, load-bearing, bonded, waterproof membrane is installed as the shower lining, the membrane shall not be required to be recessed.