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Product information "Radlastwaage RWL"

The RWL wheel load scale is our largest digital weighing plate with an integrated load display. This allows the wheel load to be read directly without annoying cables.
The scale impresses with its high accuracy and great stability. A robust design of the load plates made of special aluminum with low weight and high resistance enables use in harsh working environments. The integrated display is also reinforced, has a moisture-proof keyboard and a backlit display.
The RWL is particularly suitable for mobile measurement of the vehicle weight of large vehicles, semi-trailers and tank trucks.

Features of the wheel load scale

  • Dimensions: 950 x 500 mm. Height 59 mm / loading area: 900 x 500 mm.
  • Weight approx. 46 kg
  • Verifiable stainless steel load cells.
  • IP68, hermetic junction box.
  • Wheel load scale - wireless platform with integrated display
  • Radio module as standard (for transmitting the weight to the remote display or to an external device)
  • Wheels for transporting the platform
  • Power supply: Internal, rechargeable battery (operating time approx. 40 hours) and charger (standard)
  • Special anti-slip rubber under the platform ensures a firm grip on all surfaces
  • Can be calibrated according to CE-M

Versions

Type  Weighing range, max Readability, d Platform size
RWL 6t 6,000 kg 2 kg 950 x 500 x 58 mm
RWL 10t 10,000 kg 5 kg
RWL 15t 15,000 kg 5 kg
RWL 20t 20,000 kg 10 kg
Accessories
Calibration costs    
Ramp
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Aluminum loading ramp
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900 x 150 x 30mm

* with calibrated version for single platform, max = 12,500kg
Radlastwaage RWS

Drawing

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Set-up and installation of axle load weighing systems

RULES FOR OPTIMAL INSTALLATION OF THE SYSTEM

  1. The support surfaces under the modules must be flat and at the same height and should have a hardness of at least 100kg/cm2 (guide value for reinforced concrete). NOTE: Too high an inclination can significantly reduce the accuracy of the system.
  2. In axle load weighing mode, it is advisable to create a height-adjusted area in front of and behind the weighing platforms, of an appropriate length.
  3. The ground under the weighing area must be able to support loads of at least 1.5 times the maximum capacity of the module without lowering.
  4. Weighing performance may depend on the type and condition of the vehicle being weighed.
  5. In axle load weighing mode, it is not advisable to weigh vehicles that transport liquids.
  6. Once the system has been optimized, it is advisable to always travel in the same direction to maintain the same height.

WHEN TO PLACE THE HEIGHT MODULES IN FRONT AND BEHIND THE PLATFORMS DURING AXLE LOAD WEIGHING

  • The height modules for equal height adjustment are necessary when vehicles with more than two axles have to be weighed. They are nevertheless advisable for all axle load applications to ensure the best performance. To create this height-adjusted area, the height modules WWSLM (WWSD/WWSE) or the pit frames WWSCTF (WWSC), WWSDTF (WWSD) and WWSETF (WWSE) for fixing the platforms to the ground.

SELECTION OF THE LENGTH OF THE AREA ADJUSTED TO A HEIGHT

  • The minimum length of the area depends on the type of vehicle to be weighed. For example, for a vehicle with 5 axles, the recommended length is 3.5 m in front of and behind the platforms, so that both the axles of the railcar and those of the trailer are at the same height.

    NOTE: The best weighing conditions are achieved by having an area adjusted to a height twice the length of the longest vehicle to be weighed.

RULES FOR OPTIMAL USE OF THE AXLE LOAD SYSTEM IN STATIC MODE

  1. The vehicle wheels must be correctly positioned within the centring bands, so that contact with the surrounding area of ​​the load plate.
  2. When the vehicle is in position, release the brake and switch off the engine.
  3. Carry out the necessary weighing operations.
  4. Weighing vehicles with flat or almost flat tires is not recommended.


 RULES FOR OPTIMAL USE OF THE AXLE LOAD SYSTEM IN DYNAMIC MODE

  1. Drive at a constant and minimum speed (5 km/h) and avoid braking during weighing.
  2. Weighing vehicles with flat or almost flat tires is not recommended.
Product-group: Wheel load scale
Requirements | Area of application: Logistics and shipping, Vehicle and traffic