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    Material Storage Rack by using Steel Angle

    Hi Experts, I require 4racks and each rack size is 2'(W)X2'(L)X2'(H) X 4rows for material storage purpose. Each row may carry 75kgs so one rack may carry 300kgs. please advice me about suitable size of Steel angle at what size of thickness can be used for the required rack.

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    Lead Engineer Cake of Doom's Avatar
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    Have you attempted a solution to this? I'm allergic to unpaid work.
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    Ya, working for that, if found solution, let u know.

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    Hi, More than 30 views but no one try.

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    This is not a site to obtain free engineering services. This is a site where we can give you feedback and advice on YOUR engineering work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vijub_pmir@yahoo.co.in View Post
    Hi Experts, I require 4racks and each rack size is 2'(W)X2'(L)X2'(H) X 4rows for material storage purpose. Each row may carry 75kgs so one rack may carry 300kgs. please advice me about suitable size of Steel angle at what size of thickness can be used for the required rack.
    The best approach would be to investigate pre-engineered materials storage rack solutions. Pre-engineered solutions providers will have already designed, verified and posted all the important max loading data.
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