center stringer

center stringer

A string, 1, which is located under a flight of stairs at its midpoint and which supports its treads by cantilever action.
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To solve that problem, remove the center stringer or stringers (you can leave the side stringers in place).
Sample offerings include a hybrid pallet for orderpicker forklifts that is constructed of plastic for superior strength and durability and a hardwood 2 x 4-inch center stringer.
Sample offerings include a hybrid pallet for order-picker forklifts that is constructed of plastic for superior strength and durability and a hardwood 2 x 4-inch center stringer.
After the chamber reached treatment temperature, it took about 100 minutes to reach 56[degrees]C at the center stringer in the stack.
Herbst wanted to make his improvements within the framework of the fence's classic design, which alternates vertical boards on opposite sides of a center stringer so there is no "bad" side.
If a pallet is used, make sure the order-picking vehicle's alligator clamp securely engages the center stringer so the pallet won't move forward if stepped on.
Predrill and lag-screw the braces and the angle to each leg and the center stringer (G).
From the point of view of tributary area of loading, the center stringer in a three-stringer stair system would be expected to carry up to 50 percent of the loading while the two side stringers would carry 25 percent of the load each.
Cut the center stringer to size, cut bevels for the risers, as shown in Fig.
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