AccuWeigh Queensland’s weighbridge test rig unit has recently returned from servicing, testing and calibrating a 60 tonne capacity weighbridge at South Queensland Lime, located 40km west of Warwick. The service visit was conducted as part of a standard weighbridge run throughout that region.
The weighbridge was also verified after testing, which ensures the weighbridge can be used for trade purposes, such as buying or selling product based on the weighbridge’s weight readings. Weighbridge verification can only be performed using nationally traceable test masses and by a nationally authorised service agent. AccuWeigh has all boxes ticked with its fully trained staff and its properly fitted weighbridge test rig units, located at most of its branches around Australia.
South Queensland Lime’s weighbridge indicator connects to a 75mm high, LCD remote display and an Advanced Australasian Software (AAS) weighbridge softwarepackage. Our service staff have some training with AAS software and were able to ensure the software was working effectively and efficiently with the weighbridge equipment to enable correct invoicing and data archiving.