Definitions for "Floor loading"
Static weight of cargo and the dynamic force of handling equipment, such as a forklift, for a particular container.
A term used to describe the structural capacity of the building's floor to bear the weight of equipment.
The weight, or load, the floor is constructed to withstand. Floor loading limits are particularly important in locating a major file room or a library. It may be necessary to reinforce such areas with supplemental steel.