Gross weight


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GROSS WEIGHT. The total weight of goods or merchandise, with the chests, bags, and the like, from which. are to be deducted tare and tret.

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I'lie latest version teatures an independent suspension system and has a gross weight of 30.
That is because in most states that OmniSource operates in, tractor/trailer combinations can haul between 80,000 and 168,000 pounds of gross weight, while the straight trucks can haul only 68,000 pounds of gross weight to remain within the legal limit, he says.
The gross weight is referred to, in official terms, as the Maximum Authorised Mass (MAM) ( which means the maximum potential weight the trailer or vehicle can carry, including its own weight and cargo, regardless of how much it actually weighs at any given time.
The American Trucking Association Maintenance Council publishes The Fleet Manager's Guide to Fuel Economy, which outlines estimated fuel consumption for a Class 8 tractor-trailer with an 80,000-pound gross weight, operating at standard highway speeds with various options and under various driving conditions.
The CD features full details on more than 13,500 products, including cubic measurements, gross weight, value and photos.
Walle: Generally it's defined as a passenger-carrying motor coach under 40 feet in length, less than 30,000 pounds in gross weight and accommodating 14 to 30 passengers of varying degrees of function.
The B-1B suffers from devicing problems, a dubious time-share relation, ship between its offensive and defensive computers, fuel capacity problems that place a fuel cell in a bomb bay instead of bombs, and an air-refueling envelope at maximum gross weight that is so low planners have to be concerned about mountain ranges near refueling tracks.
Robert Sager, former director of the DEA's Western Regional Laboratory in San Francisco, says he and other members of the agency's scientific staff were baffled by their superiors' determination to base sentences on gross weight rather than the number of doses, which had been federal practice until 1986.
The three-year exclusivity agreement provides Phoenix with limited, exclusive use of Altairnano's NanoSafe[TM] battery packs in four-wheel, all-electric vehicles having a gross weight up to 6,000 pounds.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Liquid Chlorine BIS specialfication Chlorine toner net capacity 900 Kg and gross weight 1530 Kg approx for a period 5 months from 01 Oct 2015 to 29 Feb 2016
37 of the Executive Regulation of the Traffic Law issued by a Royal Decree, the load carrying limit will depend upon the axial weights and not on the gross weight of the truck.