Is this for an industrial or commercial setting? If so, you should not
be the one making the decision. It is such a naive question that it
shows that you are nowhere near qualified enough. No offense, I hope -
just trying to keep you out of trouble.
Vertical or horizontal installation? formed channel or extruded?
aluminum or steel? what alloy? what kind of load? static or cyclic?
All elase being equal I would say 2.4 inch tubing, but seldome in
these kinds of questions is "all else equal", or the question would
not need to be even considered, much less asked, as the answer is SO
On Tuesday, December 26, 2017 at 12:18:06 PM UTC-8, Wasantha wrote:
Devoid of any idea what 'load' is intended, what joint construction and bracing
methods, what material, and what environment, I'd say they
are both more suitable. So is bamboo, concrete, and titanium
Celery stalks, however, suffer structurally in the "dryer" environment.
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