The Best Professional Portable Truck Scales In BD
The Best Professional Portable Truck Scales In BD Product Description
l Easy-to-carry portable type
l Easy to measure small/large size vehicle
l Semipermanent structure made from aluminum
l Outstanding water resistant and vibration-proof effect
l High accuracy & slim shape
l Possible to display weight of each wheel or of all wheels
l Used for finding over-loaded vehicle and weighing test when car is let out
l Dummy plate
1. Concrete & Slim Structure
Concrete & slim structure is adjustable with construction field.
2. Printing Function and Industrial Environment
Internal printer provides easy printing operation without additional printer.
|Product size (mm)||500 x 400 x 39
(19.7″ x 15.7″ x 1.5″)
|900 x 500 x 39
(35.4″ x 19.7″ x 1.5″)
|Operating Power||Battery operation (DC6V/10AHx2EA)|
|Power Source||AC 110/220V, 50/60Hz|
|Display type||LCD with back light|
|Designer designator||Stable, Zero, kg/lb, battery|
A Truck scale (US), weighbridge (non-US) or railroad scale is a large set of scales, usually mounted permanently on a concrete foundation, that is used to weigh entire rail or road vehicles and their contents. By weighing the vehicle both empty and when loaded, the load carried by the vehicle can be calculated.
Portable truck scales can also be found in use around the world. A portable truck scale will have lower frame work that can be placed on non-typical surfaces such as dirt. These scales retain the same level of accuracy as a pit-type scale, with accuracy of up to + or – 1%. The first portable truck scale record in the US was units operated by the Weight Patrol of the Los Angeles Motor Patrol in 1929. Four such weighing units were used with one under each of the trucks wheels.
A single axle truck scale or axle weighing system can be used to check individual axle weights and gross vehicle weights to determine whether the vehicle is safe to travel on the public highway without being stopped and fined by the authorities for being overloaded. Similar to the full size truck scale these systems can be pit mounted with the weighing surface flush to the level of the roadway or surface mounted.
For many uses (such as at police over the road truck weigh stations or temporary road intercepts) weighbridges have been largely supplanted by simple and thin electronic weigh cells, over which a vehicle is slowly driven. A computer records the output of the cell and accumulates the total vehicle weight. By weighing the force of each axle it can be assured that the vehicle is within statutory limits, which typically will impose a total vehicle weight, a maximum weight within an axle span limit and an individual axle limit. The former two limits ensure the safety of bridges while the latter protects the road surface.