How Much Weight Can a 2x10 Beam Hold?

Answer

The maximum weight a 2x10 beam can hold is around 5,700 pounds. This assumes a 5-inch span and a PSI (pounds per square inch) of 2,000. Increasing the beam's span or decreasing the wood's PSI lowers the weight limit.
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