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MS Channel Weight Formula

11/01/2010 3:42 AM

plz tell me how to calculate the channel weight.

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Re: MS CHANNEL WEIGHT FORMULA?

11/01/2010 7:10 AM

download this calculator CLICK HERE

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Re: MS Channel Weight Formula

11/01/2010 9:21 AM

Density x volume.

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Re: MS Channel Weight Formula

09/13/2012 4:00 AM

the weight per foot is embossed on the side of the channel.

contact a steel distribitor.

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