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Sirs,

Do you not have some nominal minimum live load (say 20 p.s.f.) to accommodate construction workers and/or other incidental (or accidental) loads?

Regards,

Daryl

On 17/03/2014 2:13 PM, David Topete wrote:
That'd be a safe number. Most have an estimated installed weight of about 3 psf. Keep it at 10 psf, especially if you are in the Yukon country...

On Mon, Mar 17, 2014 at 12:34 PM, Drew Morris <dmorris(--nospam--at)bbfm.com> wrote:

I have a project were the client is interested in putting on a roof
mounted flush photovoltaic array on a new building.  The client is
researching through the vendors but i need to get an approximate dead load to do some sizing on roof joists. Any ball park figures I can use, 10 psf?
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