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RE: OSHPD Requirements for Surgical Lights

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Not having done any OR lighting support, I have to ask the question ...
Why are these so special?

Regards
Paul

> From: "Donny Harris" <dharris(--nospam--at)kpff-la.com>

> Keith is correct, the service design criteria is very important in these
> cases and often controls the design if you are doing odd connections
> trying to avoid the typical clutter in an OR ceiling. Lots of bracing is
> key (pay attention to torsion with the brace layout) and any type of
> cantilever design should be avoided if possible.  If you are installing

> ...

> Donny Harris, SE=20
> California


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