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American Standard Steel Channels

The Channels are identified by:
C DEPTH (inches) × WEIGHT PER UNIT LENGTH (pound force per foot)
For Example: C12 × 30 is a Channel with a Depth of 12 inches and having a Nominal Weight per Foot of 30 lbf/ft.
Check all the channels you would like to see properties for and then click GET.
 
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C15 × ___ C12 × ___ C10 × ___ C9 × ___ C8 × ___
C15 × 50 C12 × 30 C10 × 30 C9 × 20 C8 × 13.75
C15 × 40 C12 × 25 C10 × 25 C9 × 15 C8 × 11.5
C15 × 33.9 C12 × 20.7 C10 × 20 C9 × 13.4
C10 × 15.3

C7 × ___ C6 × ___ C5 × ___ C4 × ___ C3 × ___
C7 × 14.75 C6 × 13 C5 × 9 C4 × 7.25 C3 × 6
C7 × 12.25 C6 × 10.5 C5 × 6.7 C4 × 5.4 C3 × 5
C7 × 9.8 C6 × 8.2 C3 × 4.1
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