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Lloyd,

Thanks for the below info., similar to some otehr I had from McNichols 
Grating). It's just hard to believe the short spans for even the smallest 
forklift- like 1'-6" @ 1-1/2" deep decking when the allowable psf is over 
700 psf for a 3'-6" span using the same decking.

Thanks again,

Larry

-----Original Message-----
> From: Lloyd Pack <lloyd(--nospam--at)advantage-engineers.com>
> Sent: Mar 22, 2013 4:18 PM
> To: seaint-seaosc(--nospam--at)mail-list.com
> Subject: Re: [SEAINT-SEAOSC] Fork Lift Loads
> 
> Larry,
> 
> I recently was looking at grating.  Grating Pacific has
> some good information.  Their website is:
> 
> www.gratingpacific.com
> 
> You will see a Products navigation bar a little below the
> top of the page.  On the left side of that is Metal Bar Gratings.
> 
> A list of gratings will show up on the left side, when you click
> on Metal Bar Gratings.
> 
> Halfway down that list is Heavy Duty Grating.  Click that and it
> will expand into a list of products with the associated load

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