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 Post subject: Steel beam for hoist
PostPosted: Mon Sep 03, 2018 10:17 pm 
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Evening all,

I’m trying to work out the loadings for a steel beam.

I need to run a 6m beam down the centre of my garage. One end will be supported by block work, the other will be bolted to a second RSJ with a span of 3m supported by block work at either end.

The long RSJ will have a hoist running on a beam trolly. Max load will be 750kg.

I’m not sure how to calculate the size of both beams. Is there a tool or something I can use to work it out?

It not going to be load bearing for anything other than the hoist.


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