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Old 02-11-2016, 09:19 AM   #1
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His is a over one million square feet fulfillment center going on in my city. Thought I would share some pics of this monster project

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That's a lot of fulfillment lol
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25,400,000 BTU gas load of fulfillment.
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Clean outs! And there high
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It's high because finish grade and guards that will be under clean outs for protection from forklifts.
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Ok, I'll allow it, lol
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thats a big building!!! but im not liking the supports for the roof drain vertical piping, on picture 6 it looks like the threaded rod is bending down and the fitting in the ground is bearing most of the weight,the threaded rod offers almost no vertical support, its just keeping the pipe from falling over , but not holding it up.. and that thick pipe has alot of weight..I would think kindorf bolted in the wall with clam clamps( thats what we called them) would offer alot more vertical support..what do you think?
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Perhaps 5/8" rod?
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thats a big building!!! but im not liking the supports for the roof drain vertical piping, on picture 6 it looks like the threaded rod is bending down and the fitting in the ground is bearing most of the weight,the threaded rod offers almost no vertical support, its just keeping the pipe from falling over , but not holding it up.. and that thick pipe has alot of weight..I would think kindorf bolted in the wall with clam clamps( thats what we called them) would offer alot more vertical support..what do you think?
believe me it's fine, and it is 5/8" rod.it looks small because it's 10" pipe
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thats a big building!!! but im not liking the supports for the roof drain vertical piping, on picture 6 it looks like the threaded rod is bending down and the fitting in the ground is bearing most of the weight,the threaded rod offers almost no vertical support, its just keeping the pipe from falling over , but not holding it up.. and that thick pipe has alot of weight..I would think kindorf bolted in the wall with clam clamps( thats what we called them) would offer alot more vertical support..what do you think?
Clamclamps? They're called riser clamps and are meant for that purpose.
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