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Floor Drain Grate, 11-1/4In W, 24In L
- Item # 22F385
- Mfr. Model # P12-BG
- UNSPSC # 40141701
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 38.05 lbs.
- ItemFloor Drain Grate
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Load Rating: Light automatic traffice would be OK following these guidelines.
Per 6.1 ANSI A112.21.1M
Grates and top rims shall be designed to meet the following loading classifications: 6.1.3 Heavy Duty – All grates having safe live load (as calculated in paragraph 6.1.6) between 5,000 lb. [2,250 kg] and 7,499 lb. [3,375 kg] (i.e. H2O).
Per 6.2 DIN 19580
Grates and top rims shall be designed to meet the following load classifications: 6.2.4 Classification D – Grate design load of at least 89924 lbf [400 kn] (i.e. Pneumatic Forklift).
The manufacturer gives this grate a weight rating of 19.7 lbs. per linear foot.
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