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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.
Following MOE measurement, each member was loaded to a proof load level that was expected to break approximately 15 percent of the samples.
steel plate was also applied to the Rimboard stairs as dead weight at midspan to proof load the system (Fig.
Rao said a rigorous 100-hour ground-run test using the MD 600N prototype is expected to be completed this week, and that the company recently completed the FAA controls proof load test.
The pi Peak Load Indicator is also well suited for proof load testing and measuring pull-out or press-in forces.
Note: 1 Hook To Be Tested For 20 Tonnes Proof Load And Certificate To Accompany The Supply.
Even if two charges are put in a case and fired IMR's press releases say that pressures won't reach proof load limits.
Note: Proof Load Test Certificate From Government Approved Test House To Be Produced Along With The Supply.
Tenders are invited for Machine Spliced Steel Wire Rope Sling Of Size 24 Mm Dia X 5 Metre Effective Length And Loop With Suitable Thimble At Both Ends And Also With Test Certificate From Government Approved Test House For Swl 5T And Proof Load 10T.