- Telestrut - P9200 - 1 7/8" x 1 7/8" Telestrut Tubing


P9200


P9200 2


P9200 3
Elements of Section - P9200
Area of
Section
0.489 in2 (3.2 cm2)
 
Axis 1-1
Axis 2-2
Moment of
Inertia (I)
0.279 in4 (11.6 cm4)
0.279 in4 (11.6 cm4)
Section
Modulus (S)
0.297 in3 (4.9 cm3)
0.297 in3 (4.9 cm3)
Radius of
Gyration (r)
0.755 in (1.9 cm )
0.755 in (1.9 cm )
Column Loading - P9200
Unbraced
Height
(in)
Allowable
Load at
Slot Face
(lbs)

Max Column Load
Applied at C.G.
K=0.65
(lbs)
K=0.80
(lbs)
K=1.0
(lbs)
K=1.2
(lbs)
24 4,620 11,120 10,980 10,740 10,460
36 4,530 10,770 10,460 9,950 9,370
48 4,390 10,300 9,760 8,940 8,030
60 4,220 9,720 8,940 7,800 6,590
72 4,000 9,050 8,030 6,590 5,180
84 3,750 8,320 7,080 5,410 3,890
96 3,460 7,560 6,110 4,290 2,980
108 3,140 6,770 5,180 3,390 2,360
120 2,790 5,990 4,290 2,750 1,910
144 2,170 4,510 2,980 1,910 *
168 1,720 3,320 2,190 * *
*KL/r > 200
Beam Loading - P9200
Span
(in)
Max
Allow.
Uniform
Load
(lbs)
Defl at
Uniform
load
(in)
Uniform Loading
at Deflection
Lateral
Bracing
Reduct.
Factor
Span
/180
(lbs)
Span
/240
(lbs)
Span
/360
(lbs)
24 2,490 0.05 2,490 2,490 2,490 1.00
36 1,660 0.12 1,660 1,660 1,350 1.00
48 1,250 0.22 1,250 1,140 760 1.00
60 1,000 0.34 980 730 490 1.00
72 830 0.49 680 510 340 1.00
84 710 0.67 500 370 250 1.00
96 620 0.87 380 290 190 1.00
108 550 1.10 300 230 150 1.00
120 500 1.37 240 180 120 1.00
144 420 1.98 170 130 80 1.00
168 360 2.70 120 90 60 1.00
192 310 3.47 100 70 50 1.00
216 280 4.47 80 60 - 1.00
240 250 5.47 60 50 - 1.00

Part No. Finish Length Weight
P9200
GR
10
223.00
P9200
GR
20
223.00
P9200
PG
10
223.00
P9200
PG
20
223.00
P9200
PL
10
223.00
P9200
PL
20
223.00

Notes:

  1. Above loads include the weight of the member.
    This weight must be deducted to arrive at the net allowable load the beam will support.

  2. Long span beams should be supported so as to prevent rotation and twist.

  3. Allowable uniformly distributed loads are listed for various simple spans, that is, a beam on two supports. If load is concentrated at the center of the span, multiply load from the table by 0.5 and corresponding deflection by 0.8.

  4. The lateral bracing factor should be multiplied by the load to determine the load retained based on the distance between lateral braces.