Load Table for Profiled Panels - Type STABLE-S

Illustration - non profilated panel

Non profilated panel

Illustration - safety panel - with con perforation type ROUND

Safety panel - with con perforation type ROUND

Illustration - safety panel - with con perforation type STABLE-S

Safety panel - with con perforation type STABLE-S

Moment of inertia and moment of resistance :

cross section of the panel =axis x-x

Moment of inertia and moment of resistance

Possible Concentrated Load F [kN] :
- values for steel STW22
- loaded area =200 x 200mm 

width

material thickness [mm]

[mm]

2,0

2,5

3,0

300

7,84

9,00

10,05

400

6,08

6,98

7,79

500

5,18

5,95

6,64

600

 

5,35

5,97

700

 

4,94

5,51

800

 

4,65

5,19

Description :
Perforated non-slip safety panels - for heavy loading  :
  • high non-slip effec
  • high drainage effec
  • high load bearing capacity
  • available up to lengths of =800mm

Safety panels type STABLE-Sare perforated and profilated. Therefore type STABLE-S panels have tenfold higher load bearing capacity in relation to standard panels.

Moment of inertia and moment of resistance :

height of the edge

material thickness

moment of inertia

minimum moment of resistance

H [mm]

D [mm]

J [mm2]

W [mm2]

40

2,0

73290

3300

2,5

88170

3970

3,0

101810

4580

50

2,0

124820

4540

2,5

151050

5495

3,0

175470

6385

75

2,0

333995

8260

2,5

407610

10080

3,0

477530

11805

distance between the saddles (D) / values of the load ( [mm] / [kN] )

 

 

uniformely distributed load

single load

material

D

500

750

1000

1250

1500

1750

2000

2250

2500

2750

500

750

1000

1250

1500

1750

2000

2250

2500

2750

 

height =40mm

steel STW22

2,5

 11,31

7,54

 5,65

 4,53

 3,77

3,23

2,74

 1,93

 1,41

1,06

 7,10

 4,37

3,16

 2,47

 2,03

 1,72

 1,50

1,21

0,88

 

3,0

 13,12

 8,75

 6,56

 5,25

 4,37

 3,75

 3,18

 2,24

 1,63

 1,23

 8,20

 5,05

 3,65

 2,85

 2,34

 1,99

 1,73

 1,41

 1,02

0,77

3,5

 14,8

 9,86

 7,40

 5,92

 4,93

 4,23

 3,58

 2,53

 1,84

 1,38

 9,29

 5,72

 4,13

 3,23

 2,66

 2,25

 1,96

 1,58

 1,15

 0,87

 

height =50mm

steel STW22

2,5

 21,27

 14,18

 10,64

 8,51

 7,09

 6,08

 5,32

 4,73

 3,86

2,90

 13,36

 8,22

 5,94

 4,65

 3,82

 3,24

 2,81

 2,48

 2,22

 1,82

3,0

 24,89

 16,60

 12,45

 9,96

 8,30

 7,11

 6,22

 5,53

 4,52

3,40

 15,56

 9,57

 6,91

 5,41

 4,45

 3,77

 3,27

 2,89

 2,59

 2,13

3,5

 28,32

 18,88

 14,16

 11,33

 9,44

 8,09

 7,08

 6,29

 5,14

 3,86

 17,78

 10,94

 7,90

 6,19

 5,08

 4,31

 3,74

 3,31

 2,96

 2,42

 

height =75mm

steel STW22

2,5

 33,75

 22,50

 16,88

 13,50

 11,25

 9,64

 8,44

 7,50

 6,75

 6,03

 21,20

 13,05

 9,42

 7,37

 6,05

 5,14

 4,46

 3,94

 3,53

 3,20

3,0

 39,69

 26,46

 19,85

 15,88

 13,23

 11,34

 9,92

 8,82

 7,94

 7,09

 24,81

 15,27

 11,03

 8,63

 7,09

 6,01

 5,22

 4,62

 4,13

 3,74

3,5

 45,38

 30,25

 22,69

 18,15

 15,13

 12,97

 11,34

 10,08

 9,08

 8,10

 28,50

 17,54

 12,67

 9,91

8,14

 6,91

 6,00

 5,30

 4,75

 4,30

loaded area = a1 x a2
This values are calculated for a panel which is saddled over it's whole length. For a defined distance between the saddles - the values of the table for concentrated load must not exceed the values of the table for single loads.

Load Tables :

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 For further information, please contact  :

Mr. Jacob v. Bremen

Phone : +49 30 789 039 42

 

Fax : +49 30 789 03990

 

e-mail : info@rotec-berlin.de

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