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Handwheel height above grade

Handwheel height above grade

Handwheel height above grade

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I am a Structural Designer wanting to know what the guidelines for horizontal hand-wheels and their height above grade. If anyone knows where it might be addressed in OSHA, please let me know. These are hand-wheels that are not typically used very often, but only when isolating a line. Currently to the center-line height it is about 71".
I appreciate any help I can get on this.
Thanks!

RE: Handwheel height above grade

Virgil,

Looks like you've posted in the wrong forum, unless I grossly misunderstand what you're talking about. Even if this is pertaining to something which is contained in a drawing, you might get better answers on one of the structural engineering forums - perhaps this one https://www.eng-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?pid=507

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