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TARE, weights. An allowance in the purchase and sale of merchandise, for the weight of the box, bag, or cask, or other thing, in which the goods are packed. It is also an allowance made for tiny defect, waste, or diminution in the weight, quality or quantity of goods. It differs from tret. (q.v.)

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The lightest tare weight reported for a classic aluminum LD-3 container is 76 kg (186 lb).
The package tare weight is clearly identified and deducted from the gross weight with the resulting net weight indicated and used for invoicing to the customer.
Both 20- and 40-foot containers can be placed onboard C-17 Globemaster III and C-5 Galaxy aircraft, but, because of their heavy tare weight, they are not normally transported by air.
Cambered mainbeams, fabricated with 100k psi and 130k psi materials, reduce the trailer's tare weight while maintaining strength and durability.
29 pounds plus the tare weight (the weight of an empty bottle).
New functionality added to this machine means the tare weight of the empty case or crate is logged prior to packing commencing.
The enabler of this new paradigm is a computer chip the size of half a flake of pepper that can harbor information, including the manufacturer, country of origin, date of production, source of raw materials, temperature in transit, waybill number, carrier, tare weight, pallet stacking parameters and even proof of brand authenticity.
Using tweezers, place your tare weight onto the weigh pan, close all doors, press the tare button and wait for the balance to give a stable zero.
Since the filter is included in the tare weight of the scale, any material stuck to the filter is included by it.
A tare weight would be placed on the mass pan, and current would be servoed through the force coil to maintain the balance angle-as in the force mode of the watt experiment.
The standard software configuration in the PC-820 supports part number, description, piece weight, tare weight and count.
A common complaint among shippers toward RoadRailer equipment is that the high tare weight of the equipment reduces the load capacity.