Port Dynamic Weighbridge in Central America
Screening for vehicle and cargo weights allows for identification of unloaded, loaded, and overloaded vehicles.  When integrated into existing processes, dynamic weighbridges with Weigh-In-Motion technology allows for rapid processing of vehicles without stoppage and delays.  Axle and Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) can be used to identify overweight conditions where cargo needs to be shifted or removed.  For exporters, IMO/SOLAS Method 1 weighing can be conducted by automated weight calculations to ensure compliance.
Weigh-In-Motion Strip Sensors
Typical Sensor Configuration
Strip Sensors 8 inline 2

Strip sensors for ports and gates incorporate strain gauge technology:
  • WIM Site Installation Employs Eight Sensors, Loop & Electronics
  • Weigh Vehicles & Cargo without Stopping
  • Integrate Sensors into Existing Automated Process
  • Couple Sensors with Gate Arms, RFID & Camera Technology
  • Installation does not Require Pits or Drains
  • High degree of accuracy
  • Stable readings with environmental fluctuations of temperature
  • Minimally invasive in-ground installation
  • Maintenance free operation

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LSWIM Axle Scales
Typical Scale Configuration
LSWIM INSTALL

LSWIM (Low Speed Weigh-In-Motion) strain gauge technology is also incorporated into axle scales for low speed applications :
  • WIM site installation employs single axle scale, loop, and electronics
  • High degree of accuracy at low speeds
  • Stable readings with environmental fluctuations of temperature
  • Small Scale Footprint vs. Static Scales
  • Durable Platform Construction
  • Simplified Maintenance 

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