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proof load

[′prüf ‚lōd]
(engineering)
A predetermined test load, greater than the service load, to which a specimen is subjected before acceptance for use.
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United States Standard: AASHTO M 306 Standard Specification for Drainage, Sewer, Utility, and Related Castings, with a 40,000-pound proof load concentrated on a 9-inch-by-9-inch square area and held for one minute.
The proof load of 140 kN amounted to between 58% and 97% of the observed failure load.
Tenders Are Invited for Annual Maintanance and Contract for Pm and Bd Maintenance and Proof Load Testing of Eot Cranes in Factory for a Period of 2 Years.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Proof load / safe testing of 02 nos.
Contract Awarded for Multi-functional coordinate loading control system one set; Proof load actuating mechanism one set; Laser wire stripping machine one set; Laser wire marking machine one set
Tenders are invited for 20 Mm Nominal Dia Dn 4 Legged Chain Sling With Hook Rach 3 Mtr Length Each Leg Capacity 5 Tons And Proof Load 10 Ton At 0 Degree And The Capacity Of The Assembled 4 Legs Is Swl 10.
Material: Open Hearth Steel Capable Of With Standing Proof Load Of 109,000 Psi.
The Supply Shall Accompany With Proof Load Certificate From Certified Test House With Applicable Charges
454 Casull Super Redhawk has to withstand the rigors of firing proof loads that boil up 40 percent more pressure, an overcharge of 70,000 psi in each cylinder, pushing a jacketed bullet out of the throat, into the forcing cone and through the rifling.
Produced from a proprietary material, these socket screws have higher tensile/yield strength and proof loads than any brand of socket.