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P9000 - 1-5/8" x 1-5/8" Telestrut Tubing

UNISTRUT P9000 Telestrut Tubing

The P9000 (1-5/8" x 1-5/8") works in conjunction with, and fits inside of, the P9200 (1-7/8" x 1-7/8"). Unistrut Service Company of ohio supplies the P9000 and P9200 along with all other framing channels manufactured by Unistrut.

 

Part No. Finish Length (ft) Weight Per Foot
P9000 GR 10' 2.05 Lbs
P9000 GR 20' 2.05 Lbs
P9000 PG 10' 2.05 Lbs
P9000 PG 20' 2.05 Lbs
P9000 HG 20' 2.17 Lbs
P9000 PL 10' 2.05 Lbs
P9000 PL 20' 2.05 Lbs

View the Unistrut Finish Specifications PDF for detailed specifications on all finishes.

  • GR = Perma-Green® III
  • PG = Pre-Galvanized Zinc
  • HG = Hot-Dipped Galvanized
  • PL = Plain

Elements of Section - P9000

Area of Section 0.387 in2 (2.5 cm2)
Axis 1-1 Axis 2-2
Moment of Inertia (I) 0.166 in4 (6.9 cm4) 0.166 in4 (6.9 cm4)
Section Modulus (S) 0.205 in3 (3.4 cm3) 0.205 in3 (3.4 cm3)
Radius of Gyration (r) 0.655 in (1.7 cm ) 0.655 in (1.7 cm )

Raw steel conforms to the following ASTM specifications:

GAUGE FINISH ASTM NO.
12 GR & HG A1011 SS GR 33
PG A653 GR 33
14 GR & HG A1011 SS GR 33
PG A653 GR 33
16 GR & HG A1011 SS GR 33
PG A653 GR 33
19 GR A1008

Column Loading - P9000

Unbraced
Height
(in)
Allowable
Load at
Slot Face
(lbs)
Max Column Load
Applied at C.G.
K=0.65
(lbs)
K=0.80
(lbs)
K=1.0
(lbs)
K=1.2
(lbs)
24 3,640 8,730 8,570 8,330 8,040
36 3,540 8,360 8,040 7,530 6,950
48 3,400 7,880 7,340 6,530 5,660
60 3,210 7,290 6,530 5,440 4,360
72 2,990 6,640 5,660 4,360 3,160
84 2,730 5,940 4,790 3,340 2,320
96 2,430 5,220 3,940 2,560 1,780
108 2,110 4,520 3,160 2,020 1,400
120 1,820 3,840 2,560 1,640 *
144 1,390 2,690 1,780 * *

*KL/r > 200
See notes below for more information

Beam Loading - P9000

Span
(in)
Max
Allowable
Uniform
Load
(lbs)
Defl at
Uniform
load
(in)
Uniform Loading
at Deflection
Lateral
Bracing
Reduction
Factor
Span
/180
(lbs)
Span
/240
(lbs)
Span
/360
(lbs)
36 1,140 0.14 1,140 1,140 810 1.00
48 860 0.25 860 680 450 1.00
60 690 0.40 580 440 290 1.00
72 570 0.57 400 300 200 1.00
84 490 0.77 300 220 150 1.00
96 430 1.01 230 170 110 1.00
108 380 1.27 180 130 90 1.00
120 340 1.56 150 110 70 1.00
144 290 2.30 100 80 50 1.00
168 240 3.02 70 60 40 1.00
192 210 3.95 60 40 * 1.00
216 190 5.09 40 * * 1.00
240 170 6.24 40 * * 1.00


See notes below for more information

Notes:

1. Beam loads are given in total uniform load (W Lbs) not uniform load (w lbs/ft or w lbs/in).

2. Beam loads are based on a simple span and assumed to be adequately laterally braced. Unbraced spans can reduce beam load carrying capacity. Refer to the linked page for reduction factors for unbraced lengths from 2 to 20 feet.

3. For pierced channel, multiply beam loads by the following factor:

  • "KO" Series .......95%
  • "T" Series ..........85%
  • "HS" Series .......90%
  • "SL" Series ........85%
  • "H3" Series ........90%
  • "DS" Series ........70%

4. Deduct channel weight from the beam loads.

5. For concentrated midspan point loads, multiply beam loads by 50% and the corresponding deflection by 80%. Follow this link for information regarding other load conditions.

6. All beam loads are for bending about Axis 1-1.

Sample calculation #1:

Here is a sample calculation to demonstrate the beam loading charts, and the load reduction factors.

Say we have an 6' span of P1000sl, and want to see what the load capacity is for a point load.

Per the charts, P1000 is good for a maximum allowable uniform load (not load per foot) of 560 lbs. In referencing the notes below, we have the following load reductions:

- X .85 for the sl

- X .5 for a point load in the center

- X .78 load reduction per page 56

Therefore 560 lbs x .85 x .5 x .78 = 185 lbs.

Sample Calculation #2.

Say we have a 5' span of P1001, and want to see the load capacity for a point load.

Per the charts, p1001 is good for a maximum allowable uniform load (not load per foot) of 1,910 lbs. In referencing the notes below, we have the following load reductions:

- X .5 for a point load in the center

- X .97 load reduction

Therefore 1,910 lbs x .5 x. 97 = 926 lbs.

Note that these assume that the strut connection is able to handle the load. It is the responsibility of you and your Engineer to review all calculations and connections, and to verify that all items are installed per Unistrut requirements. Unistrut Service Company takes no responsibility for the misuse of information provided. Local codes may dictate more stringent requirements.

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