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- From: "Collier, Randy" <rhcollier(--nospam--at)winkinc.com>
- Date: Mon, 28 Aug 2006 13:18:52 -0500
I have not seen any exception to the rule. One possibility is to use 4 bolts, but space them closer together so you effectively (somewhat) have a pinned connection and still facilitate the constructability intent of the OSHA requirement.
Randall H. Collier, P.E.
Wink Companies, LLC
Phone: (225) 932-6015
Fax : (225) 932-9035
From: M. David Finley,
P.E., P.A. [mailto:davidfinley(--nospam--at)bizsea.rr.com]
I have a small industrial support structure and I want to have pinned connections (that is, 2-bolt baseplates) in order to avoid transferring overturning moments to the foundations. Does OSHA provide any exceptions to the 4-anchor bolt column requirement?
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