Air Weigh, Eugene, Ore., manufactures a line of scales for refuse vehicles. The scales, including the LoadMaxx and 5800 series, provide information such as axle weight, payload weight and gross vehicle weight on an in-dash display. The company's scales are available with dual point calibration and alarms that can indicate overweight conditions. Installation kits are available for vehicles with air drive or walking beam suspensions.
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Avery-Weigh Tronix, Fairmont, Minn., introduces the Measurement Intelligence Payload software system, which provides weight data for distribution, transportation and supply chain management processes. Using the Microsoft SQL server 2005 database, the system identifies, weighs, bills and receives data from weighbridge transactions. The system can be installed on a personal computer and linked to a single truck scale, or used on a network and connected to multiple scales. The system also is Microsoft Windows XP- and Vista-compatible.
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Cardinal Scale, Webb City, Mo., introduces the 210FE digital weight indicator that is visible to fork truck drivers when loading over a scale. The unit features an extra-large display with remote control, dual series ports, flexible print formats, numeric keypad and auto shutoff, the company says. Inside a 15-inch (in.) by 9.7-in. stainless steel enclosure, the unit features a key lockout, and has 2.24-in. high LED digits and large key sizes that can be used with gloved hands.
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CompuWeigh from Paradigm Software, Hunt Valley, Md., is a weighing and routing software system for use in landfills, transfer stations and materials recycling facilities, and hauling, routing, container tracking and fleet maintenance industries, the company says. The system can be used with Microsoft Windows and has been integrated with Microsoft Office products, the company says.
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PC Scale, Oxford, Pa., offers the PC Scale Tower line of scale management software for the waste and recycling industries. The line, which includes PC Scale Waste & Recycling 5.0, PC Scale DAT 5.0 and Tower 6.0, includes technology for mapping and dispatch, billing and collections, inventory control, attended and unattended scale management, and customer service.
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Precision Loads, Seattle, manufactures a line of on-board weighing systems to weigh containers and manage payloads. The systems, including the PrecisionBeam load cells, PrecisionAir suspension sensors and PrecisionLink smart digital transmitters, can be mounted to front, rear and side loaders. The company offers weighing systems for transfer stations using digital technology to identify multiple trailers.
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Rice Lake Weighing Systems
Rice Lake Weighing Systems, Rice Lake, Wis., offers the Survivor truck scale. Manufactured with structural steel, the scale is available in above ground, pit and portable configurations with steel and concrete decks. The units feature an asphalt emulsion undercoating to protect it against damage from moisture. A high-solid urethane primer also makes the scale resistant to the elements.
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Vulcan On-Board Scales
Vulcan On-Board Scales, Kent, Wash., manufactures the Vulcan Front Fork scale for front-end loaders. The bolt-on scales are used with the Vulcan V600 system, which measures the weight collected from commercial containers and tracks the total net payload weight. The system also can record up to 1,700 events, such as date, time, and pickup weight, and can be used with on-board printers, computers and other devices. The front fork scale is available with guards to protect it against connectors, cables and other electronics.
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