How much space is required for an ATM machine?

Most standalone retail ATMs take up about 2 square feet of floor space (the “footprint”) and are around 4 ½ feet tall.

Below are the dimensions for our two most used and popular ATM models.

 

GenMega 2500 Dimensions:
Height: 56.3” (4 feet, 8.3 inches)
Width: 15.8” (1 foot, 3.8 inches)
Depth: 22.3” (1 foot, 10.3 inches)

GenMega Onyx Dimensions:
Height: 56.3” (4 feet, 8.3 inches)
Width: 15.8” (1 foot, 3.8 inches)
Depth: 22.3” (1 foot, 10.3 inches)

Hyosung 2700 Dimensions:
Height: 52.3″ (4 feet, 4.3 inches)
Width: 15.7″ (1 foot, 3.7 inches)
Depth: 18.4″ (1 foot, 6.4 inches)

Hyosung Halo II Dimensions:
Height: 54.2” (4 ft, 6.2 in)
Width: 15.7” (1 ft, 3.7 in)
Depth: 23.4” (1 ft 11.4 in)

Hyosung 1500 ATM machine in a convenience store gas station

Space needed for door to open

It is important to remember that there will need to be some additional space in front of the ATM and just to the front-left part of the ATM so the door can swing open and it can be loaded with cash.

ATM-door-swinging-open-diagram

ADA Compliance

Section 707 of the Americans with Disabilities Act  requires that ATMs are readily accessible to individuals with disabilities. The clear ground/floor space in front of the ATM at a minimum must measure 30 inches by 48 inches. The figure below is a helpful representation of space needed for access.

handicap access areaADA Compliance ATM Machine Space

Still not enough space? Consider a wall-mount ATM.

If space is extremely limited at your establishment and you don’t even have room for a retail ATM, consider getting an ATM such as the Onyx-W which can be mounted to a wall or countertop. This ATM only takes about 3 ½ feet of wall space.

GenMega-Onyx-W-ATM-With-Dimensions-Small-Compact-ATM-Machine