How much weight can a steel beam hold?

Answer The I-beam is the most commonly used support for building construction. The average strength of one of these beams is between 50 and 65 ksi. One unit of ksi is considered to be 1,000 pounds per s... Read More »

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How much weight can a 2x10 beam hold?

The maximum weight a 2x10-inch beam can hold is 5,704 pounds. This assumes a 5-inch span and a PSI (pounds per square inch) of 2,000. Increasing the beam's span or decreasing the wood's PSI lowers ... Read More »

How much weight can a KX250 hold?

Has he ridden mortorcycles before? Dirtbikes? A KX 250 is a full on race bike, and should not necessarily be used as a beginner dirtbike, although situations like that can result in much mirth, and... Read More »

How much weight can a PVC pipe hold?

PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride) manufacturer Harvel Plastics says its rigid PVC piping has a tensile strength of 7,260 psi (pounds per square inch). Harvel rates the flex strength of its pipe at 12,000 p... Read More »

How Much Weight Can a Tanning Bed Hold?

The weight a tanning bed can hold depends on the model of the tanning bed. The average narrow tanning bed holds weight ranges up to 350 lbs. and the wider beds hold 250 lbs.Source:Tanning Guide