Above-ground weighbridges for CoR and legal-for-trade operations

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Relatively cost-effective and easier to install, above ground weighbridges (aka. surface mounted) are the most commonly installed type of weighbridge that we design, manufacture and install. Well-suited to temporary sites or where portability is a pre-requisite, above ground weighbridges require minimal foundation work and the least amount of site preparation prior to construction. They are perfect for weighing rigid trucks and semi-trailers with deck lengths from 9 meters to 36+ meters.

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Above-ground weighbridge at quarry

Benefits of above-ground weighbridges

About above-ground weighbridges

With above-ground weighbridges, it’s important to consider the space available on-site, as an above-ground weighbridge will occupy more surface area than of any type of weighbridge. Entry and exit ramps of at least 5 meter in length and 1 meter “clear-spaces” along both sides of the weighbridge deck must be incorporated into your design.

Diverseco designs and manufactures above-ground weighbridges in single deck, twin deck or multi-deck configurations to meet customer specific requirements. Unlike imported products, Diverseco’s superior quality, Australian made above-ground weighbridges are custom built to meet your exact requirements and are engineered to suit the Australian duty cycle and demands of Australian heavy goods vehicle fleet. This means that they are not easily subject to issues such metal fatigue and weld fractures on the beams, which significantly reduces the device’s working life.

Turn your weighbridge into an operator-free system

With our Driver Control Stations

Through installing a Driver Control System (DCS) into your weighbridge, you can export all the necessary weighing data to an un-manned DCS that will automatically provide you a ticket with the information. Additionally, these systems can integrate into your existing ERP to provide enhanced Chain of Responsibility accountability.

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Ultimate Guide to Vehicle Weighing Systems

On 1 October 2018, the new Chain of Responsibility
(CoR) provisions associated with Heavy Vehicle
National Law (HVNL) legislation HVNL came into
effect. These will have far-reaching implications for
the road transport industry and organisations with
road transport supply chains.

Existing obligations have been reformulated as
primary duties and any business or individual who is
involved in the road transport supply chain now has
a primary duty of care to ensure the safety of road
transport operations, including operations outside
of their direct control, within their supply chain.

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