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rated load

The designed safe operating load for the equipment under prescribed conditions.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The test load is generally required to exceed the rated load of the elevator (usually 1.25 times the rated load [8]).
This represents a near 33% improvement from the 135kW of the existing system, corresponding to 40% of rated load.
Safety functions include rear brakes, brake on winch, dual safety stops on boom, design meeting 150 percent of rated load, check valve, tilt sensor, fire extinguisher, powder coated safety yellow, and CE marked industrial winch double lined with snatch block and hook with safety latch.
Conductors supplying one or more motor-compressor(s) with or without an additional load(s) shall have an ampacity not less than the sum of the rated load or branch-circuit selection current ratings, whichever is larger, of all the motor-compressors plus the full-load currents of the other motors, plus 25 percent of the highest motor or motor-compressor rating in the group.
The TH414 GC boasts three boom sections, a rated load capacity of 3,600kg and a maximum lift height of 13.85m.
* An operational life of 10,000 cycles at rated load.
m) loader with a rated load of 3 tons, and the LG959--a 4.0 cu.
Ah defined by the tire wheel flange point of contact when the tire is at inflated, and at 100% rated load.
While the regulations require the efficiency values at 75% and 50% of rated load to also be shown on the nameplate, it is considered by some that this is unnecessary as the data is freely available in the manufacturer's technical product documentation.
The display panel shows boom overhang, load on the hook, percentage of permissible rated load and maximum rated load.
A comparison of the tested MCCB power losses scaled to rated load with power loss data reported by McDonald and Hickok (1985) and two manufacturers is shown in Figure 1.