Grade B definition

Grade B means with respect to a Device, such Device is fully functional with no technical problems, but does not satisfy Grade A.
Grade B. Medium duty covers suitable where heavy commercial vehicles would be exceptional (8 tons).
Grade B means predominately free of Litter, debris, Detritus, loose chippings, excreta, accident debris, leaf and blossom fall, other rubbish and animal carcasses or remains or any other material fouling Land Use surfaces apart from small items.

Examples of Grade B in a sentence

  • PART G– MILK QUALITY AND LOCATION FEES MILK QUALITY FEES QUALITY TEST GRADE A GRADE B GRADE C INFERIOR REJECT Somatic Cell (count /ml) < 200 000 > 200 000 < 275 000 > 275 000 < 350 000 > 350 000 < 400 000 > 400 000 2 consecutive results Bactoscan (bacteria/ml) < 80 000 > 80 000 < 100 000 > 100 000 < 125 000 > 125 000 Antibiotic and Other Inhibitory Substances Clear Present Temperature (°C) 0 - 4°C Milk > 4°C will be subject to a quality review.

  • Asst./Director of Facilities & Services GRADE B Accounting and Benefits Clerk Admin.

  • Asst./Sp. Services – H.S. & J.S. Signing Interpreter GRADE B Accounting and Benefits Clerk Admin.

  • GRADE B Progression to this Grade shall be subject to as for Grade A plus: ◾ Documented evidence in the knowledge of NPWS aviation policies and procedures; ◾ Documented evidence of knowledge in NPWS boundaries, tasks, SOPs, operations and procedures as conducted by the agency; and ◾ Documented evidence of 200 hours operational experience showing where the above knowledge has been used.

  • XXXXXXXXX GRADE B: Qualifications: Must have experience of Grade C.

  • PROTECTION AND CONTROL TECHNICIAN GRADE B: Qualifications: Fully qualified as Grade C P&C Technician.

  • TRUCK DRIVER GRADE B: Qualifications: Must have experience as Labourer.

  • Man 1/1/2005 46375 GRADE B Custodian/Groundsman Date Rate Driver/Repairman 1/1/2001 40942 Driver Repairman/Installer 1/1/2002 42580 Groundsman 1/1/2003 44283 Meter Installer Repairman 1/1/2004 46154 Park Maintenance Man Pump Station Maint.

  • METER MAINTENANCE GRADE B: Qualifications: Experience as Grade C Meterman.

  • GRADE B Progression to this Grade shall be subject to as for Grade A plus:  Documented evidence in the knowledge of NPWS aviation policies and procedures;  Documented evidence of knowledge in NPWS boundaries, tasks, SOPs, operations and procedures as conducted by the agency; and  Documented evidence of 200 hours operational experience showing where the above knowledge has been used.


More Definitions of Grade B

Grade B means pure maple syrup which is free of any material other than pure, clean, clear liquid maple syrup in sanitary condition; which has a color for light transmittance between the range of 43.9% Tc to 27.0%Tc. (The United States Department of Agriculture does not have an approved visual glass comparator which compares to the light transmittance of this grade. Thus, for reference purposes only, a glass comparator that is equivalent to the light transmittance of 27.0% Tc, and which may be used, is that for “Canadian No. 2 (amber)” as said comparators were on June 9, 1989); Grade B shall meet the density requirements of Fancy Grade. Grade B may have a flavor stronger than Grade A Dark Amber, but shall not be damaged in any way and Grade B shall be free of sugar crystals;
Grade B means seed cotton of lower quality as approved by the Authority;
Grade B means predominately free of Litter, debris, detritus, loose chippings, excreta, accident debris, leaf fall, other rubbish and animal carcasses or remains or any other material fouling street surfaces apart from small items.

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