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The Institute, 2001 - Weights and measures
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Page 32 - ... in proving the size, quantity, extent, area, or measurement of quantities, things, produce, or articles for distribution or consumption purchased or offered or submitted by such person or persons for sale, hire, or award...
Page 32 - If the graduations are not parallel, the measurement shall be made, (a) Along the line of relative movement between the graduations and the end of the indicator, or (b) If the Indicator Is continuous at the point of widest separation of the graduations.
Page 32 - ... shall bear on the outside of the package a definite, plain, and conspicuous declaration of (1) the identity of the commodity in the package unless the same can easily be identified through the wrapper or container, (2) the net quantity of the contents in terms of weight, measure...
Page 32 - RATE.—A wholesale device shall be so installed that the actual maximum discharge rate will not exceed the rated maximum discharge rate; if necessary, means for flow regulation shall be incorporated in the installation, in which case this shall be fully effective and automatic in operation. R.2. LENGTH OF DISCHARGE...
Page 32 - ... displayed to the purchaser with its interstate labeling clearly in view, or with a counter card, sign, or other appropriate device bearing prominently and conspicuously the information required by these provisions...
Page 32 - Travel of Indicator. — If the most sensitive element of the primary indicating element utilizes an indicator and graduations, the relative movement of these parts corresponding to the smallest indicated value shall be not less than 0.20 inch.
Page 32 - Length. The index of an indicator shall reach to the finest graduations with which it Is used, unless the indicator and the graduations are in the same plane, in which case the distance between the end of the indicator and the ends of the graduations, measured along the line of the graduations, shall be not more than 0.04 inch.
Page 32 - ... between two capacities, indications, loads, values, etc., listed in a table of tolerances, the tolerances prescribed for the lower capacity, indication, load, value, etc., shall be applied. (GT.4) (4) Tolerance applications. (Applicable with respect to the performance or accuracy of devices) . (i) To underregistration and to overregistration. The tolerances hereinafter prescribed shall be applied equally to errors of underregistration and errors of overregistration. (ii) To tests involving digital...
Page 32 - REVOCATION OF CONFLICTING REGULATIONS. — All provisions of all orders and regulations heretofore issued on this same subject that are contrary to or inconsistent with the provisions of this regulation, and specifically are hereby revoked.

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