door clearance

door clearance

1. The clearance between the bottom of a door and the finished floor.
2. Same as frame clearance.
3. The clearance between the meeting edges of a pair of doors.
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She explained there are codes for parking, door clearance and such, "but what I want to achieve is suggestive design solutions to accommodate people with physical disabilities such as if the door clearance is 0.8 meters, make it 1 full meter for a person in a wheelchair to move in and out easily without any struggle.
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The roll-up construction conserves valuable cleanroom space by eliminating large door clearance requirements.
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