# How much weight can 2x10 floor joists hold?

## How much weight can 2x10 floor joists hold?

Each 2x10 will support 1,200 lbs.

## Can you use 2x10 for load bearing wall?

So, 2x10 joists at 16” on center will support say live load (people and furniture) of 40 lbs. per square foot plus a dead load (framing, ducts, etc.) of 10 - 14 lbs. per square foot, depending on the species and grade of lumber.

## How much weight can a 2x6 floor joist support?

The Codes allow for a 2×6 joist to support 53lbs per linear foot, which means an 8.5-foot length could support approximately 450-pounds across that length.

## Are 2x6 strong enough for floor joists?

2 Answers. 2x6 joists at the span that you are talking about (16' and 18') are not strong enough to support a floor as a living space. With a span like that the timber size that you sister in would have to be at least 2x10's.

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## Is 022 paramagnetic or diamagnetic?

Because the O2 molecule has two unpaired electrons, it is paramagnetic.

## Is C2 +2 paramagnetic or diamagnetic?

Since C2 has no unpaired electrons, it is diamagnetic.

## Is C2 − C 2 − paramagnetic or diamagnetic?

Since C2 has no unpaired electrons, it is diamagnetic.