load limit

load limit

[′lōd ‚lim·ət]
(civil engineering)
The maximum weight that can be supported by a structure.
(mechanical engineering)
The maximum recommended or permitted overall weight of a container or a cargo-carrying vehicle that is determined by combining the weight of the empty container or vehicle with the weight of the load.
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The new EQ three-phase and SEQ single-phase electric chain hoists feature dual-speed with variable frequency drive and include a no-load high speed function that automatically increases hoist speed up to 130% when the load is less than 30% of working load limit.
They will take advantage of any load limit that is placed on the bridge.
For instance, axle load limit in Uzbekistan is 8 tons, in Russia and Kazakhstan - 10 tons.
Based on the same innovative design of the e5, but using higher grade steels, the e10 achieves a Working Load Limit of 10 tonnes, safety factor 4:1.
Domestically manufactured from 17-4 PH stainless steel, the forged, center pull hoist rings provide the same working load limit as Jergens' alloy steel products with the added benefit of increased corrosion resistance in harsh environments.
Load cells in 100g, 1,000g, 1,500g, 4,500g and 10kg with the 10kg load limit more than doubling the limit of it's predecessor, the LFRA Texture Analyzer.
As per the traffic law, heavy vehicles must state the load limit on the sides of the vehicle.
God, who knows our load limit, graciously limits our load.
In addition to previous studies, we showed that although there were approximately 20% differences between 48 h, daytime and nighttime means of the ambulatory PP of NT and HT subjects, when LOAD values were used, these differences became more prominent with the higher LOAD limit.
The working load limit (WLL), or rated capacity of chains and slings, is determined by the "grade" of the chain and its components.
50 to $17, the brackets are available in standard finishes on black, white, gray, and almond krinkle powder coat, with a load limit that exceeds 1,000 lbs.
Taiwan and the Philippines resolved their dispute over air services late last week after they mutually agreed to a new passenger load limit of 4,800 per week.