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Beam Sizing for Hoist Question
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Posted by: ABTL

02/22/2005, 12:00:09

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I'm not an engineer and those beam strength calculations look quite ridiculous to me.
Can someone please tell me what size beam I need to handle a 2,000 lb load in the center of a 24 ft span. I can use a wide flange beam but I do not have much room for height.
Thanks.
Jim






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