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" ... to rest upon. It shall be struck centrally on the hub by a weight of one hundred and forty (14o) pounds falling from a height of twelve (12) feet. Should this wheel stand five (5) blows without breaking into two or more pieces, the hundred wheels... "
Car Builders' Cyclopedia of American Practice - Page 144
1895
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Freight Car Equipment: A Reference Book for Car Men on Freight Car Work ...

Frederick J Krueger - Freight cars - 1910 - 202 pages
...rubble masonry at least two (2) feet deep, and having three supports not more than five (5) inches wide to rest upon. It shall be struck centrally on the hub, by a weight of two hundred (200) pounds. (A) For wheels having a maximum weight of six hundred and twenty-five (625)...
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Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the ..., Volume 30

Master Car Builders' Association - Railroad cars - 1896
...on an anvil block weighing not less than seventeen hundred (1,7oo) pounds, set on rubble masonry at least two feet deep, and having three supports not...centrally on the hub by a weight of one hundred and forty (14o) pounds falling from a height of twelve (12) feet. Should this wheel stand five (5) blows without...
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Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the ..., Volume 33

Master Car Builders' Association - Railroad cars - 1899
...block, weighing not less than seventeen hundred (1,7oo) pounds, set on rubble masonry at least two (2) feet deep, and having three supports not more than...centrally on the hub by a weight of one hundred and forty (14o) pounds falling from a height of twelve (12) feet. Should this wheel stand ten (1o) blows without...
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Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the ..., Volume 35

Master Car Builders' Association - Railroad cars - 1901
...rubble masonry at least two (2) feet deep, and having three supports not more than five (5) inches wide to rest upon. It shall be struck centrally on the hub by a weight of one hundred and forty (140) p9unds, falling from a height of twelve (12) feet. Should this wheel stand ten (10) blows without breaking...
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Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the ..., Volume 37

Master Car Builders' Association - Railroad cars - 1903
...rubble masonry at least two (2) feet deep, and having three supports not more than 6ve (5) inches wide to rest upon. It shall be struck centrally on the hub by a weight of one hundred and forty (14o) pounds, falling from a height of twelve (12) feet. Should this wheel 'stand ten (1o) blows without...
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The Official Railway List: A Complete Directory of the Presidents, Vice ...

Railroads - 1893
...rubble masonry at least two feet deep, and Laving three supports not more than five (5) inches wide tor the wheel to rest upon. It shall be struck centrally on the hub by a weight of one hundred und forty (140) pounds falling from a height, of twelve (li feet. Should this wheel stand tive (5)...
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The Official Railway List: A Complete Directory of the Presidents, Vice ...

Railroads - 1894
...least two feet deep, and t aving three supports not more than five (5) inches wide for the wheel ю rest upon. It shall be struck centrally on the hub by a weight of one hundred and forty (14U) pounds falling from a height, of twelve (13) feet. Should this wheel stand uve 15) blows without...
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Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the ..., Volume 45

Master Car Builders' Association - Railroad cars - 1911
...rubble masonry at least two (2) feet deep, and having three supports not more than five (5) inches wide to rest upon. It shall be struck centrally on the hub, by a weight of two hundred (200) pounds. (A) For wheels having a maximum weight of six hundred and twenty-five (625)...
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Steel and Iron, Volume 76

Steel industry and trade - 1905
...pounds, set on rubble masonry, at least 2 feet deep and having three supports not more than 5 inches wide to rest upon. It shall be struck centrally on the hub by a weight of 200 pounds, which must have a striking face at least 8 inches in diameter and perfectly flat. The wheel...
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