safe load

safe load

[′sāf ‚lōd]
(mechanics)
The stress, usually expressed in tons per square foot, which a soil or foundation can safely support.

safe load

A load on a structure which does not produce stresses in excess of allowable stresses.
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For example, a crane vessel "Gurban Abbasov" with a safe load capacity of 600 tons will be involved in the installation of a platform support unit in this area, while the "Yarenga" supply-towing vessel will be used for anchoring operations.
Dura-Dock lifts support quick, safe load transfer from any truck bed to any dock height up to 59 inches without ramps or inclines.
In this instance, which primer to use for a safe load with his chosen charge, propellant and bullet.
Fast, precise, and safe load handling is of utmost importance when working in a hazardous environment.
But if you have access to such a distance (400 yards is even better), the ladder method enables a handloader to find an accurate, consistent and safe load in relatively few rounds.
There are also visible and audible warning signals that notify the operator when the safe load limit is reached, including green / yellow / red light bars on both sides of the boom.
Dura-Dock loading dock lifts facilitate quick, safe load transfer to and from any truck bed to any dock height, without ramps or inclines.
The LPI design permits 1,200 feet of pipe per spool while meeting safe load restrictions, allowing for longer runs between connections and lower installation costs.
Firestone air helper spring systems are of the highest quality available and are designed specifically for each application to maximize safe load carrying capacity, stability and ride quality of the vehicle.
What adds to the uniqueness of Craemer plastic pallets is that they are tested to the extreme and can be supplied with a combination of specific features to produce a bespoke highly rated safe load carrier that offers longevity in service.
These results quantified the relative importance of specific parameters that effect stiffness and safe load of the ESF-IM tie-in construct as applied to a plastic bone fracture model.
A one-button automatic fork-leveling feature ensures that forks are positioned parallel to the floor for safe load handling, while automatic speed overrides oversee forward-angle tilt and rear tilt speed.