continuous load


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continuous load

Said of an electrical load in which the maximum current is expected to continue for at least 3 hours at a time.
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A reliable building contractor will use metal connectors to create a continuous load path, and your blueprints or building specifications should require them.
The general public and manufacturing industries are suffering from either high electricity prices or continuous load shedding.
Additionally, the conveyor features solid state motor speed control with over-current protection, continuous load stop bars (right-left) with heavy-duty actuators and proximity switches, an enclosed chain drive, and 2.5-inch diameter rollers.
This ensures continuous filling of the pump volume at any time and continuous load on the pump rotors and bearings.
Since it was opened the centre has had constant pressure creep rupture and fatigue testing (fluctuating pressure) capabilities, and now these have been augmented with a chlorine exposure test to measure the effect of chlorinated water--especially hot water--on plastics, a hot-cold shock test to evaluate the durability of connectors and seals in water pipes exposed to rapid and repeated temperature changes and a bending creep rupture test to study the long-term strength of bars exposed to hot water and a continuous load.
AE signals corresponding to DP appear periodically even under continuous load increase as it is shown in Fig.
fuel tank with gauge that provides a run time of approximately 10.5 (RGX2900), 8.4 (P, GX3600) and 6.0 (RGX4800) hours at 60 Hz continuous load.
A patented, self-aligning system uses compressed gas to apply a continuous load to a pull-stub mounted on the test surface, Push button operation eliminates operator bias.
In the single pan substitution balance, the opposite side of the short beam carries a continuous load of weights which are mechanically removed until an approximate balance with the sample in the pan is reached.
A 120:1 spur geartrain provides a rated torque of 3.5 oz-in, at 100 rpm, achieving a continuous load range of 0 to 6.9 oz-in.
A continuous load cycle leads to a motor's continuous-power output rating.
Whatever the foundation, it must be tied to a frame that is equally engineered to resist fire, wind, and quakes, creating a continuous load path from roof to foundation.

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