floor load


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floor load

(1) The weight per square foot that the floors in a building can support,if the weight is evenly distributed. (2) The weight per square foot of a particular piece of equipment or machinery that will be installed in a building,frequently regulated in leases so as not to exceed a stated amount.

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The exhibit hall features 22 bays, has a ceiling height of 30 feet and the floor load capacity is 350 pounds/square feet.
For the first time, exhibitors will be faced with a floor load capacity of 350 lbs.
Taller space needs for larger equipment with heavy floor load requirements are common.
For exhibitors, Exhibit Hall C features 24 bays with three ramps for on-floor delivery, a ceiling height of 35 feet and the floor load capacity is 300 lbs/sq, ft.
The floor load ranges from 100 - 250 psi, and there are four 700-ton chillers and two 460-ton glycol chillers, with space available for an additional two.
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750 South Fulton Storage LLC purchased the multiuse, 2-3 story structure with tremendous floor load in hopes of renovating it into a mini storage facility, accommodating the neighborhood's growing need for space.
When a user clicks on a building it will showcase the square footage, electrical capacity, available fiber/telecom providers, floor load, ceiling height, parking, location/access, and additional features along with a detailed brochure of each property.
Located adjacent to the Hackensack River waterfront, Building 197 will feature 36-foot ceilings, 700-pound floor loads, and five loading docks per module.
If the wall is supporting a roof or floor then the roof and floor loads must be jacked up off the wall first.
The concrete foundation must be of sufficient strength and thickness to handle the floor loads generated by the high extraction speeds.