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Scaffolding Plank Specifications

The design properties are based on a “flat” or plank orientation. If the moisture content of the planks is expected to exceed 16%, the Moment Capacity shall be multiplied by 0.8 for wet use conditions. Fastener values for scaffold planks shall be equivalent to SPF Lumber values.【Get Price】

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Scaffold Specifications - 1926 Subpart L App A | Occupational .

(ii) The maximum permissible span for 1 1/4 x 9-inch or wider wood plank of full thickness with a maximum intended load of 50 lb/ft. (2) shall be 4 feet. (c) Fabricated planks and platforms may be used in lieu of solid sawn wood planks.【Get Price】

eTools | Scaffolding eTool - Planking | Occupational Safety .

The span of a scaffold plank is the distance it runs between supports. The longer the span, the more deflection (bend) it will have, and therefore, the less its load-bearing capacity will be. For 2 x 10 (nominal) or 2 x 9 (rough) solid sawn wood planks, allowable spans for a given load are shown in the table below:【Get Price】

Grade Descriptions - Southern Pine

All Scaffold Plank design values are calculated using ASTM Standards D245 and D2555. These values are modified using procedures shown in "Calculating Apparent Reliability of Wood Scaffold Planks," as published by the Journal on Structural Safety, 2 (1984) 47-57, and updated in 1993. MSR Scaffold Plank: 2400f - 2.0E MSR Scaffold Plank: 2200f - 1.8E【Get Price】

Headers & Beams : Allowable Load Tables - Southern Pine

Tables providing allowable floor loads (C D =1.0) and allowable roof loads (C D =1.15 and C D =1.25) for Southern Pine dimension lumber and Southern Pine glued laminated timber are detailed below. For each application, a PDF download is available. Also see Assumptions for Table Development.【Get Price】

WCD 4 - Plank-And-Beam Framing for Residential Buildings

The plank-and-beam method for framing floors and roofs has been used in heavy timber buildings for many years. The adaptation of this system to residential construction has raised many technical questions from designers and builders concerning the details of application.【Get Price】

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