Weighing system for hook lift refuse trucks

The LOADRITE E2750 weighing systems offers accurate and reliable weighing of every bin lifted by a hook lift truck. It can be installed on most makes and models, is easy to use and maintain.

The E2750 measures the gross weight of the bin as it is lifted onto the truck and is sitting on the bin mounts. The bin weight and other information can be printed as a docket using the optional LOADRITE printer, sent electronically to a separate on-board computer or transmitted to the head office.

Trusted weighing specialist

LOADRITE is the preferred supplier for refuse truck scales of all leading waste management companies in Australia and New Zealand. The hook lift truck scale is currently only available in Australia and New Zealand, please contact us directly if your application is outside this region.

Simple user interface for easier operation

LOADRITE refuse truck scales are easy to understand, easy to use and can be connect to any on-board computer. The LOADRITE screen display is uncluttered and only relays pertinent information to the operator when required. This enables the operator to concentrate on what they do best without unnecessary distraction: refuse collection. The rear and front load truck scale share the same user interface. This advantage reduces the need for training of operators who drive both trucks on the use if the E2750.

No more overloading

The regulatory environment, where public safety and liability concerns underlay a trend towards more enforcement of overloading regulations is also a factor. Keeping the weight on the truck under its legal capacity also helps to minimise maintenance costs.

Knowing the weight when a bin is lifted also avoids any dispute with a customer at a later time about additional charges for excessive weight in the bin.

Technology

The E2750 hook lift scale uses six heavy duty loadcells installed underneath the bin mounts on top of the hook lift frame. They measure the weight before the bin is secured on the truck with the bin locks. The operator has also the ability to enter tare weights of each bin to get a net weight for each bin lifted.