Fast, accurate and robust.
The Wim Tech Low-Speed scales are suitable for either static or dynamic measurements due to their robust single piece construction.
They consist of a single deck pad with four shear beam load cells that are connected through a CPU to a PC to provide an accurate display of weight distribution though each axle and they require only a small footprint for installation.
This scale is normally incorporated into a new concrete slab; however, it can also be placed into an existing roadway with minimal civil works. Compared to most other weighbridges on the market, the Low-Speed Scales does not have side rails ensuring easy access for wider loads.
Our Low Speed Scales can be utilised in static mode with an accuracy of +/- 0.1%. and are International Organisation of legal Metrology (OIML) R134 Weigh in Motion certified for accuracy of 1-2%. They are also perfectly suited for dynamic applications where you need to keep traffic moving, as they can help eliminate delays due to queuing trucks.
Portable, lightweight, compliance in minutes.
The WIM Tech Portable Scales are our portable weigh solution and offer quick and adaptable compliance weighing in minutes.
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