rated load


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rated load

[′rād·əd ′lōd]
(mechanical engineering)
The maximum load a machine is designed to carry.

rated load

In vertical transportation, the load in pounds or kilograms which an elevator, lift, dumbwaiter, or escalator is designed to lift at its rated speed.
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The TH417C GC, which is the larger of the two machines, sports four boom sections and offers a rated load capacity of 4,000kg and a maximum lift height of 17m.
The mathematical model of temperature field is established, thermal loss is calculated, and the transient state temperature fields are studied under its nominal rated load.
Calculate the slips for the current iteration (j+ 1) for all loads (i = 2, 3, 4) rather than the rated load (=1) using Equation 21.
It mounts on 12-bolt or 24-bolt evenly spaced wheel assemblies and has a rated load capacity of 3,850 pounds.
Smoke density is also measured at no load, half load and rated load conditions.
In order to obtain a better precision on data processing, we took scale photographs for 10 cycles on every rated load for every crankshaft revolution value.
The limiter monitors the air pressure supplied to the air motor during lifting and will automatically stop the hoist when attempting to lift in excess of the rated load.
75-cubic-yard capacity and a rated load of four tons.
According to Proton, the company plans to provide the Town of Wallingford Electric Division with a 15-kilowatt (kW) UNIGEN RFC backup power unit for use in its control room battery system, operating 24 hours a day and providing more than eight hours of backup power at the rated load in the event of a power outage.
7g, they offer a starting torque of 300 mN-m and rated load of 20 mN-m.
8 million pounds to a manageable 31,633 pounds--well within the combined rated load of the mooring lines.
Perhaps the greatest safety aspect of the new design is the fact that the machine swings under full rated load.