Weigh in motion weighbridges for CoR and legal-for-trade operations

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Our weigh-in-motion (WIM) weighbridges are designed to automatically capture and record the weight readings of each individual axle loading, and identify the Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) of both the vehicle and its trailer while the vehicle is in motion. Unlike static weighbridges or axle scales, WIM weighbridges don’t require HGVs to stop for weighing. Operators simply drive over the weighbridge at a reduced and constant speed of up to 5km per hour. This makes the weighing process more efficient, eliminating unnecessary delays and downtime.

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Weighing vehicles in motion

Ideal for high traffic sites

Weigh-in-motion weighbridges by Diverseco typically consist of a platform—measuring 730mm by 3,000mm—supported by four loadcells. A WIM system when correctly installed and calibrated will achieve +/- 2% accuracy per axle group. Much like a static axle weigher, the accuracy and reliability of a WIM system is highly dependent upon a level approach and departure, and vehicle behaviour. The level needs to be flat and consistent for a full truck length before and after the weigh platform. Our reliable, robust weigh-in-motion systems can capture the weight of any vehicle up to 40,000kg per axle.

Weigh-in-motion systems are ideal for use in heavily congested sites, like freight terminals and shipping ports, where vehicles must be weighed to ensure compliance with legal weight limits.

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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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