Structural Integrity Sample Clauses

Structural Integrity. The Contractor guarantees the structural integrity and stability of the Works for the period stated in the Particular Conditions and shall at the Contractor’s cost repair and remedy any collapse or structural defect occurring within that period.
Structural Integrity. Subcontractor is responsible for ensuring that the structure of the property can support the CREF.
Structural Integrity. Tenant shall cause any office equipment or machinery to be installed in the Premises so as to reasonably prevent sounds or vibrations therefrom from extending outside the Building. Further, except as may already exist as of the Effective Date, no equipment or machinery weighing five hundred (500) pounds, or greater, shall be placed above the first floor of the Premises without advance notice to and approval by Landlord. Such equipment or machinery, if approved by Landlord, shall be placed only at a location designed to carry the weight of such equipment.
Structural Integrity. All exhibit displays should be designed and erected in a manner that will withstand normal contact or vibration caused by neighboring exhibitors, hall laborers or installation/dismantling equipment such as forklifts. Displays should also be able to withstand moderate wind effects that may occur in the exhibit hall when freight doors are open. Exhibitors should ensure that any display fixtures such as tables, racks or shelves are designed and installed properly to support the product or marketing materials to be displayed upon them. Exhibitors agree to hold NAACP harmless for displays, fixtures and incidents resulting from non-compliance of this policy.
Structural Integrity. 20.1 The Contractor shall provide a written guarantee of the integrity of the structure of the building, which shall remain valid for a period of at least ten (10) years. The guarantee shall be submitted to UNICEF prior to issuance of the Certificate of Substantial Completion.
Structural Integrity. No Building shall be built in such a manner as to adversely affect the structural integrity of any other Building in the Shopping Center.
Structural Integrity. 1.12.1. Contractor shall be responsible for and supervise each operation and work that could affect structural integrity of various building elements, both permanent and temporary.
Structural Integrity. During the Term, Landlord shall perform -------------------- diligently, promptly and in a good and workmanlike manner in compliance with all applicable Legal Requirements, all reasonably necessary maintenance, repairs and replacements to the roof, roofing system, exterior walls, bearing walls, support beams, foundations, columns, and lateral support to the Building. If Landlord fails to maintain the roof or roofing system and (i) such failure adversely impacts Tenant's occupancy of the Premises, and (ii) Tenant gives Landlord written notice of the failure, and Landlord fails to commence work on the necessary repairs within thirty (30) days after its receipt of such notice, Tenant shall have the right to make the repairs and recover all expenses incurred from Landlord. The parties specifically agree that the Landlord's obligations shall not include any maintenance, repairs and replacements arising out of the acts or omissions of Tenant and/or its agents, contractors, employees and invitees (including those activities associated with Tenant's Communication Equipment, as contemplated by Section 24.(aa) hereof, for which the Tenant shall be responsible).
Structural Integrity.  Frame shall provide optimal structural integrity, unrestricted cable management and access, and vertical/horizontal modularity. Cantilevered supports are used as needed to enable free leg swing under work surfaces.  Console frame structural components shall be cold rolled steel sheet metal (minimum 14-gauge)/ Extruded Aluminum Frame of min 13 gauge or better. These components ensure square, rigid connection of the front portal to the rear frame assembly, module-to-module connections at corner positions, and attachment of front, rear and end panels. Sheet metal parts to be produced on CNC machines to ensure precision. All sheet metal parts must be finished with a durable, black, electrostatic powder coating.  The standard frame width shall be available in (5) nominal sizes: 580- 650mm, 730-800mm, 1160-1250mm, 1460-1550mm and 1760-1850mm with an overall height of 711-762 mm to correlate to standard seated height applications. Custom frame widths and heights must be available to correlate to non-standard room and/or equipment applications.  The standard frame depth shall be available in (2) nominal sizes: 350- 380mm and 650-680mm to correlate to standard tower computer storage requirements in a transverse (side-to-side) orientation and a front-to- back orientation, respectively. Custom frame depths must be available to correlate to non-standard room and/or equipment applications.  Four (4) adjustable levelers are included to properly level each standard frame. Structural support feet of 50mm x 25mm steel tube (powder coated w/ an adjustable leveler)shall be included for stability where required depending on the console layout and equipment applications. Four adjustable leveler as per approval.  The base of the frame (area of frame parallel to flooring) and the top of the frame shall be permeated with multiple cable portals. The portals in the base of the frame shall permit vertical cable management from flooring to a lower horizontal cable tray and to the inner frame cavity. The portals in the top of the frame shall permit vertical cable management from the inner frame cavity to an upper horizontal cable tray (and to a (optional) rear wall structure) with removable rear work surface covers that shall create instant access into the frame cavity from the desktop.  The sides of the frame (perpendicular to floor) shall have an open structure and the continuous upper and lower cable trays shall have an open structure to permit lateral cabling between frame...
Structural Integrity. In this clause of the standard, the laboratory evaluated the mechanical resistance of the products to prevent collapsing or breaking that could cause injuries. Different tests were included in this section. An explanation is shown below. Carrying handles and handle anchorage points of pram bodies and detachable seat units According to this clause the laboratory evaluated the positioning of the attachment and its resistance. After the test the laboratory verified that the anchorage points had not broken or had not been pulled out and that no permanent distortion or damage to any part of the product had been caused. RESULTS: 1 of the 23 pram bodies with carrying handles failed this test. Strength and durability of attachment devices for pram bodies or seat units or car seats This clause of the standard is intended to evaluate the devices used to connect the pram body or the seat unit to the chassis. During the test the laboratory verified that these devices did not become disconnected, loosened or show signs of damage and any carrycot attached to a seat unit did not become detached from the seat unit. RESULTS: All samples tested passed this requirement. Irregular surface test This test is the most important one for evaluating the structural integrity of a product; as it simulates the wear on the product during its lifetime. After the test in accordance with, the laboratory verified the following: - No visible damage had occurred to the vehicle. - The vehicle did not collapse. - The locking mechanisms and attachment devices functioned as intended. - The devices used to connect the pram body or the seat unit to the chassis did not become disconnected, loosened or damaged. RESULTS: 11 of 51 samples tested failed this test due to fractures in chassis or rivets (see figure 21). For each product sample that failed this test, the laboratory registered the number of cycles that there had been before any fractures occurred and they then took photos of the broken areas and the resultant product sample.