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tare

 [tār]
1. the weight of the vessel in which a substance is weighed.
2. to weigh a vessel which is to contain a substance in order to allow for it when the vessel and substance are weighed together.

tare

(tār)
The weight of an empty container. That weight is subtracted from the total weight of the vessel and substance added to it in order to determine the precise weight of the material added to the container.
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For recycling plants, scrap yards, and even brokers that need to supply container tare weights to export customers, cieTrade has introduced several improvements to make the process as smooth as possible.
A mass mover system places a tare weight of 0.5 kg mass on the countermass side of the wheel, requiring a current of 10 mA in the force induction coil to keep the wheel from rotating.
Large differences between the smallest and the largest batch weights may limit the use of pneumatic scales because of the tare weight of the filter.
The C[O.sub.2] should also weigh between 3.21 and 3.29 pounds plus the tare weight (the weight of an empty bottle).
The smooth-root (SR) character is desirable because less soil adheres to the root surface at harvest, which results in lower soil tare weights, less cost to dispose of tare dirt, and reduced spread of pathogen infested soils (Theurer, 1993).
An audible buzzer alerts users when limits are reached, and brightly displays features such as scale stability, center of zero, net and tare weights and checkweighing mode indication.
Container Equipment Tare weights captured through the updated app are automatically matched to pending shipments in the cieTrade software, eliminating the need for scale operators to manually re-key them.
Tare weights can be stored into the database or recorded with an in/out operation.