Definitions for "Tare weight"
Keywords:  uld, empty, packing, pallet, weight
The weight of the vehicle when it is empty.
The weight of the container and/or wrapper deducted from the gross weight to determine the net weight of the contents. On skids, tare weight is the weight of the wooden pallet and wrapper. On rolls, it is the weight of the core, plug, and wrapper. Target Ink Densities - Densities of the four process inks as recommended for various printing processes and grades of paper. See also Total Area Coverage.
The weight of equipment that is empty, that is, not carrying cargo. For example, an empty FEU of steel construction weighs between 6,000 to 8,380 pounds/2,860 to 3,800 kilograms. See also cargo weight and gross weight.