Steel Bolted Egress Stairs for Commercial Applications
Lapeyre's steel bolted egress stair Models 03AA and 04AA are designed to meet IBC and ADA codes, providing a cost-effective stair system for commercial applications. These models can be quickly and easily assembled at commercial job sites without certified welders or expensive installation equipment.
Advantages of Steel Bolted Egress Stair Systems
- Receive pricing and project drawings within minutes over the phone.
- Reduce the cost of design, fabrication, shipping and assembly.
- Assemble easily and quickly even in compact spaces.
- Eliminate the need for welding and expensive installation equipment.
- Simplify retrofits and renovations.
Applications of Steel Bolted Egress Stair Models 03/04
- Commercial egress stairs
- Industrial secondary access stairs
- Accessible commercial egress stairs
- Commercial residential egress stairs
Best uses for Models 03/04
- Renovations or retrofits to existing buildings where assembly space is limited
- Self-installations where certified welders are not available or required
- Exterior or free-standing stair towers
Applicable Building Codes
|MODELS 03AA & 04AA|
|IBC / International Building Code|
|ADA / American Disabilities Act|
|CHECK BACK FREQUENTLY FOR UPDATES AND NEW CODE ADDITIONS.|
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Lapeyre steel bolted egress stair systems come with both guardrails and handrails designed within the parameters of the building codes and field conditions of each project. Guardrails and handrails can be used separately or in conjunction to accommodate a variety of configurations.
The Industrial IBC stair is the only industrial stair that requires the inside handrail in addition to a guardrail. For this reason, Model 03AA or Model 04AA are recommended when compliance with IBC for industrial access stairs is required.
|FULLY BALUSTERED GUARDRAIL||FILLER PANEL GUARDRAIL|
|Guardrails on both sides of the stair is the default option.||Guardrails on both sides of the stair is the default option.|
|Guardrails may be eliminated when the stair is against a wall. Stairs without guardrails have a narrower stringer so that users, especially children, cannot slide down the edge of the stringer.||Guardrails may be eliminated when the stair is against a wall. Stairs without guardrails have a narrower stringer so that users, especially children, cannot slide down the edge of the stringer.|
|Guardrails extend 42" above the nosing of the tread and end at the top and bottom of the stair.||Guardrails extend 42" above the nosing of the tread and end at the top and bottom of the stair.|
|Commercial stairs have balusters that are spaced so that a 4" sphere cannot pass between.|
|Stairs ordered under the IBC Industrial Code have balusters spaced so that a 21" sphere cannot pass between two balusters.|
|Guardrails are available with a Filler Panel option.||Guardrails are available with full balusters.|
|Balusters attach to stringers using provided bolts and spacers.|
|Filler panels can be painted with the same color finish as the stair or a complementary color selected by the client.|
A varied assortment of stair tread options allow architects and engineers to create harmony between pre-engineered components and unique building designs.
Diamond Plate Tread
The diamond plate tread provides a solid tread surface with raised diamonds for a non-skid effect. Custom width requests can be accommodated at the Lapeyre facility.
Concrete Pan Tread
Concrete pan treads are manufactured at the Lapeyre facility using the underside of the diamond tread plates. The diamond plate is wrapped around the front edge to create a diamond tread plate nosing. Available in standard widths and custom widths, pan treads arrive on-site ready for installation and for site-poured concrete.
The smooth tread's solid surface is designed to allow the installation of carpeting, non-slip flooring surface, or other flooring material directly to the stair. This tread should not be used alone as it lacks a nonskid effect. Custom width requests can be accommodated at the Lapeyre facility.
|Tread Options||DIAMOND||CONCRETE PAN||SMOOTH|
|MATERIAL||Carbon Steel||Carbon Steel||Carbon Steel|
|STAIR FINISHES||Choice of 5||Choice of 5||Choice of 5|
|WIDTHS BASED ON HEIGHT||See Chart||See Chart||See Chart|
|SAMPLE PRINTS||View PDF|
Lapeyre's multitude of finish options ensure aesthetic harmony while extending the longevity of Lapeyre's steel bolted egress stairs by protecting stringers, railings, and metal treads from corrosive elements.
- Safety yellow powder coat
- Iron gray powder coat
- Gray primer powder coat
- Hot dip galvanized
- Choice of 180 colors powder coat
|STAIR ANGLE (UP TO 10'3")||See charts below|
|PROJECTED TREAD DEPTH (TREAD RUN)||10"||11.5"|
|TOP LANDING DEPTH||4"|
|TREAD WIDTH (INSIDE STAIR WIDTH)||36"||60"|
|* VARIES BY BUILDING CODE. YOUR MINIMUM/MAXIMUM REQUIREMENTS MAY VARY.|
Available Stair Angle and Height Charts
The minimum height, maximum height, and angle restriction ranges for Lapeyre's closed riser stairs vary based on the stair width and the type of tread. The two charts below provide guidelines based on height.
To read the table, the heights and angles are available for all heights (in feet) below and to the right of the colored line that represents each tread width. For example, a 36" wide tread is available up to 12' high at approximately the 25 degree angle and steeper, but not at a 21 degree angle, which has a height limitation of just over 10' high.
For specific heights/angles, please consult your customer service representative.