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egress

[ē′gres]
the act of emerging or moving forward.
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Similar to other high-rise buildings, residential occupancies containing sleeping units (where occupants are transient in nature), such as hotels and motels over 75 feet, must also have approved luminous egress path markings delineating the exit path.
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The lights need to illuminate the egress path and must be installed in the same direction, end to end.
Egress had a prospect in California to whom he wanted to sell long-term care insurance, but Mr.
It's also normal for the person being recertified to completely derig their seat and egress wearing the entire parachute seat assembly.
Sharing confidential information securely using a variety of exchange mechanisms remains a common requirement," said Tony Pepper, CEO for Egress Software Technologies.
Conceding that a tavern owner had a duty to provide a safe means of ingress and egress and this duty required proper illumination, the appellate court ruled that there was no evidence in the record that suggested that the means of ingress and egress provided by the defendant were anything but safe and well-illuminated.
A sensor on the egress side, arranged to detect an occupant approaching doors that are arranged to unlock in the direction of egress upon detection of an approaching occupant or loss of power to the sensor.
The Ornamental Metal Institute of New York and the Architectural Engineering Institute of ASCE announced its recent symposium on Egress Stairs in High-Rise Buildings, a special one-day event designed to focus on new thinking in high-rise evacuation.
They are suitable for applications requiring a timed operation such as delayed egress with a programmable one-to 60-second door release after the delay expires.
This paper provides an overview of the timed egress model for fixed guideway transit and passenger rail stations described in NFPA 130.
Pricing starts at $65,000 per sensor; sensors are placed at each network egress point, typically near firewalLs.