weight zone

weight zone

[′wāt ‚zōn]
(ordnance)
A weight range having specified minimum and maximum weights; artillery projectiles of 75-millimeter caliber and larger are sometimes grouped into weight zones and marked with appropriate symbols; the selection of projectiles of a single weight zone for a specific firing problem results in improved ballistic uniformity.
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Farooqui said the survey found 37 per cent of overall respondents claimed to be in the appropriate weight zone.
The findings were supported by the fact that 59 per cent respondents found themselves obese or overweight, while 33 per cent claiming to be in the appropriate weight zone.
After the 30 days, Tracy says you can turn to the menus as needed to keep your weight zone and as long as you are consistently doing the workouts, your body will be changed and used to working in a different way.
X-weigh also offers combined weighing and object checking, which will ensure that packs with more than one weight zone are compliant for both overall pack weight and individual weight zones.
David Edmunds, 36, who sells prints of famous artworks, was delighted to discover he was in the healthy weight zone.
He will be able to tell you whether you are in your ideal weight zone or if you are indeed overweight.
Five weight zone indicators allow operators to see production line status at a glance, and optional Statistical Production Reporting Package provides access to detailed production data.
Each system features five weight zone indicators, automatic zeroing up to 2 lbs.
The child is measured for length, and that length falls within a color bar and weight zone which informs the user of accurate equipment size, medication doses, and infusion rates for the pediatric patient.
These units are manufactured by Cintex Ltd of Colnbrook and the data in print-out form includes date, time, product code, machine and line code, totals in each weight zone, average weight, standard deviation and percentage T1 and T2 (in EEC mode).
it shall provide weight-specific dosages of resuscitative medications, rsi medications, induction and paralytic agents on one side, with estimated weight in kilograms ranges from 3 kgs to 36kgs, and should incorporate revised length weight zones based on the most recent national health and nutrition examination survey (nhanes) data set.