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Re: Fiberglass, Structural Shapes, Properties, Costs

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If you can be more specific, I can fax pages from the MMFG design manual to
you. If you are interested, send me your fax number privately.

Regards,
Bill Allen

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> From: Stewart, Warren <wstewart(--nospam--at)frharris.com>
> To: 'Seaoc - Send to mail list' <seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org>
> Subject: Fiberglass, Structural Shapes, Properties, Costs
> Date: Friday, September 12, 1997 4:44 PM
> 
> I need information on available fiberglass structrual shapes (panels,
> I-beams, tubes, etc), producers of same, design criteria and costs.
> Looking at 16 foot long beams spanning 4 to 5 feet (i.e., continuous
> spans), up to 12 or 18 inches deep, and carrying about 2 to 3 kips per
> foot (heavy loads).  Anybody has recent experience or can point me in
> right direction?  Thanks
> 
> Warren Stewart, SE
> Frederic R. Harris, Inc.
> 
>