gross load

gross load

In heating, the net load plus allowances for piping losses and for pickup.
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with a gross load capacity of 13,000 lbs., which is considered very large for this type of equipment but is in fact one of AFCHolcroft 's standard sizes," said Tracy Dougherty, sales manager, AFC-Holcroft.
The maximum gross load for any truck-trailer configuration in Oregon and Washington is 105,500 pounds and for California 80,000 pounds (CALTRANS 2014; ODOT 2014; WSDOT 2014), but it can be lower depending on the truck-trailer configuration.
The largest proportion, 30.7% of the gross load, is retained in the Neris river, subcatchment #2.
The central power plant, as detailed in Figure 2, based on use of one dual-fuel 1,450 kW combustion turbine-generator and three 1,450 kW gas engine-generators, is capable of meeting peak 4,350 kW gross load (including power load of plant auxiliaries), with one 1,450 kW generator (either combustion turbine or gas engine) on standby to provide load should one of the previously mentioned generators be out of commission for service.
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Comprising four models, the Carousel range offers a carrier load range from 180 to 650kg and a gross load capability between 5,000 and 15,000kg.
The vehicles increases Interoute's capability to deliver 44 tonnes gross load and improve service levels and flexibility of supply to Cargill's customers.
So when I drove onto their (Mason & Holley's) scales, my gross load was 5,042 lbs."
gross load fork truck driving up on a raised leveler at three to four mph.
Prior to shipping, the device wraps a load with adjustable layers of overlap and then automatically reads the gross load. The LPEZ unit holds items to 4,000 lb on a 68 in.
When wrapping is completed, the unit automatically reads out the gross load before shipping.