gross weight


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gross weight

n
(Commerce) total weight of an article inclusive of the weight of the container and packaging

gross′ weight′


n.
total weight without deduction for tare or waste.

gross weight

1. Weight of a vehicle, fully equipped and serviced for operation, including the weight of the fuel, lubricants, coolant, vehicle tools and spares, crew, personal equipment, and load.
2. Weight of a container or pallet including freight and binding. Also called WT. See also net weight.
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We recognized a customer need with Gross Weight Expansion and TCAS II, and have worked hard over the past four years to supply them with aircraft upgrades that will exceed their expectations," said Audrey Brady, Director, S-92 Programs, Sikorsky Commercial Systems & Services.
Be sure that the trailer's gross weight capacity is sufficient to not only carry the weight of the boat and motor(s) but fuel and additional gear you may have on board as well.
In most cases involving an immediate landing, there's enough time to dump fuel to reduce gross weight.
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5 tonne gross weight, which are not already equipped on the passenger side with wide-angle and close-proximity mirrors be retrofitted with such mirrors in order to reduce the number of accidents involving in particular cyclists and motorcyclists.
The bottles would be weighed a second time after filling to establish the gross weight of the bottle.
The new design delivers more useful load, increasing gross weight to accommodate passengers allowing the aircraft to become the best solution for short business trips within the region such as Iraq, Lebanon Egypt etc, and other personal trips.
Machine has a gross weight of 5,500 pounds, allowing it to be towed with a 1-ton truck.
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According to Azure Dynamics, the company it has signed the agreement with operates a fleet that consists primarily of Class 3 delivery vehicles, with a gross weight of between 10,000 and 14,000 pounds.
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The air duct made in one station has a gross weight of 242 g and a parison length of about 570 mm while the other parison is 1100 mm long and weighs 477 g.