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ADA Compliant Washers
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, or ADA, is a US civil rights laws that prohibits discrimination based on disability, and affords Americans with disabilities protections under multiple parts of the law. The ADA also establishes standards for assessible design and that result in products and household appliances that are more usable to people with disabilities. In many cases, being ADA compliant is voluntary, and involves products meeting specific accessibility requirements.
To be considered ADA Compliant, a washing machine must have a door located under 36-inches from the floor; and all operable parts should require a force less of 5 lbs. to use, be usable with one hand, and not require tight grasping, pinching, or twisting of the wrist. The maximum high forward reach for controls and operating mechanisms is 48'inches; the maximum low forward reach is 15-inches.
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