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Thread: What size of H beams for grain dividing wall.

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    What size of H beams for grain dividing wall.

    Planning on putting a dividing wall in a grain store to made 2 bays, shed is 45ft wide so each bay would be just over 22ft, dividing wall would concrete panels 15ft long by 7 ft high, question is what size of H beams do I need to use?

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    Re: What size of H beams for grain dividing wall.

    We have a dividing wall down the middle of the maize pits at 9' high. 10x6 girders.
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    Re: What size of H beams for grain dividing wall.

    The best people to advise on this would be the supplier of the panels, I have some 6" panels which slot in the web of some heavy walled H section but it is an odd ball size so the steel stock holders don't sell it but the supplier of my panels does. My panels came from Jones Brothers, North Wales so probably too far for the op but i'm sure other manufacturers come up against the same thing.

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