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I a trying to find a table that wil tell me the load rating

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i a trying to find a table that wil tell me the load rating of a mezzanine that is 2x4 pine with a 6' span 16" OC
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Customer: trying to post an OSHA required load rating
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Submitted: 12 months ago.
Category: Structural Engineering
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 12 months ago.

Hello. I can help

Expert:  StructuralEng replied 12 months ago.

Southern pine? grade no. 2?

Customer: replied 12 months ago.
Customer: replied 12 months ago.
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 12 months ago.

Great. Assuming a 10 psf DL, the floor is good for a 40 psf LL.

Customer: replied 12 months ago.
do you have a table i can use, i may not have the dimensions exact
Expert:  StructuralEng replied 12 months ago.

There is no table, but I can develop one for you as a premium service.

Expert:  StructuralEng replied 12 months ago.

I will submit an offer for you to consider. I will include 2x4 southern pine no. 2 with spacings 12", 16", and 24" and spans of 4', 5', 6', 7', and 8'

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