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There is a Floor Plate Bending Capacity (PSF) table in
the 9th Edition of the AISC Manual of Steel
Construction manual page 2-145.  It also provides a
cutoff when deflection exceeds l/164.

Hope this helps,
Paul Blomberg
Phoenix, AZ

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> Subject: Checker plate info required. 
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> 
> I am trying to find design load tables for checker
> plate.  I have a catwalk
> that requries checker plate for the walking surface.
> Can anyone point me to
> a resource that would list the design loads,
> deflections and material
> properties.  I have checked all our in-house design
> manuals and product
> catalogs but did not have any luck.  
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