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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Based alone on the Hilux's gross weight of 2,755 kilos and using the DOF-proposed rates, the owner would pay a road tax of P3,857 next year, P5,372.25 in 2021 and P6,887.50 in 2022, excluding miscellaneous fees and the additional levy for the vehicle's load-bearing capacity.
Base rates are different for public or for-hire cars, which range from P450 to P2,500 depending on the vehicles' gross weight.
His vehicle was found to be overloaded on its rear axle by 620kg (15.1%) and by 950kg (18.6%) on the gross weight of the vehicle.
* Even if an aircraft is within its allowable gross weight, it may be loaded outside of its CG limits.
They agreed with our course of action, but as they were departing the tanker the wingman's WSO came over the radio and said, "Hey, don't forget you can calculate your gross weight by what your airspeed is when you are trimmed to on-speed (8.1 degrees AOA)." It was a great piece of advice.
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.
While every mod involves tradeoffs, the penalties in terms of drag and weight seem to be minor and the benefits--including, in some cases, gross weight increases--can be quite nice.
In this regard, the class applicable to a given shipment is determined by the article being shipped and the gross weight of the article as tendered for shipment is subject to that class.
The report, part of an inquiry into the appalling treatment of schizophrenia, confirms that gross weight gain at a "startling" rate is a side effect and that there is widespread ignorance among psychiatrists about dosage and effects.
Gross weight is increased from 14.79 to 17.24 tonnes, resulting in a payload increase from 1.5 to 2.5 tonnes, while a 740-mm wheelbase stretch results in extra internal space.
The weight loss is down to the use of aluminium components - which make up roughly 20 per cent of the body - meaning that, depending on engine, gross weight has been cut by as much as 70 kilograms.
Aircraft manufacturer Boeing (NYSE: BA) announced on Tuesday that Boeing Business Jets (BBJ) has delivered a BBJ 737-700 IGW (Increased Gross Weight) to Beijing Airlines, a business jet subsidiary of Air China.