rated engine speed

rated engine speed

[′rād·əd ′en·jən ‚spēd]
(mechanical engineering)
The rotative speed of an engine specified as the allowable maximum for continuous reliable performance.
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Therefore, the fan power is significant when engine speed is close to rated engine speed.
The economy PTO mode can deliver the power required by many applications at 72 percent of rated engine speed, thus saving fuel.
At the rated engine speed of the DD 15, the axial power turbine, otherwise known as turbo compounding, reaches a rotation speed of more than 40,000 rpm.
These include: engine, bore and stroke, rated engine speed, displacement, power, transmission and weight.
Trayless automatic duplexing also allows the imageRUNNER 60 to produce two-sided documents at its fully rated engine speed for enhanced productivity.
The rated engine speed of the printer refers to how fast the print engine can deliver plain text pages.
5 mm and prints two-sided jobs at rated engine speed without slowing down due to its "race track" paper path - which is an unmatched capability in this class of products.
It features full rotary printing technology, which enables printing technology, which enables printing at rated engine speed regardless of the size of the labels, maintaining maximum productivity.
The engines in the 916 and 920 models feature Bosch high-pressure distributor-type injection pumps and operate at a rated speed of 2150 rpm, while the 924 and 926 machines have Bosch high-pressure in-line injection pumps and a rated engine speed of 2250 rpm.
The unique feature of the product is that it allows users to combine virtually any database file with any Postscript(R) compatible design application to quickly deliver a highly productive variable data printing (VDP) solution at or near the printer's rated engine speed.
The capabilities of the MicroPress enhance these features through easy job management of mixed black & white and color documents and support for a variety of finishing options - all at rated engine speed.