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I think I have some load tables. If you send me your fax no. I will
try to find them and fax them.

Alan Chandler


On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 12:51:30 -0500, Frank Marafioti <famarafioti(--nospam--at)snet.net> wrote:
> I have a building constructed about 1950 that has Dox Plank on the first
> floor entrance level for an individual shopping center store.  The planks
> are 8 inches deep by 16 inches wide w/ (2) - # 8 bars (?) at about 10 inches
> on center.  The planks span about 15 ft. and have a 2" to 3" concrete
> topping.
>  
> Does anyone have load tables on the capacity of the planks or any other info
> that can be used to evaluate the planks.
>  
> Thank-you in advance.

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