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Rail Scales

RailBoss™ Rail Scales

For weight verification and other non-NTEP needs, the RailBoss rail scale is a cost-effective and easy-to-install method for weighing stationary railroad cars. Powered by Rice Lake's 920i® and RailBoss software, RailBoss can be purchased as an eight-section Full-Draft system, or a simpler four-section Double Draft model.

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SURVIVOR® Rail Scales

SURVIVOR railroad track scales incorporate Rice Lake's best-in-class weighbridge design to create a rugged, accurate heavy duty weighing system. Used in static weighing operations, the SURVIVOR RT Pit Type railroad track scale and the SURVIVOR PL Modular Type railroad track scale excel in high-accuracy, Legal for Trade weighing and meet AREMA and Cooper E-80 design specifications.

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Avery Weigh-Tronix RLP has a modular, low profile design which allows it to be installed above ground. This reduces the time and expense of installation compared to traditional deep pit scales.

Above ground installation also ensures good ventilation, keeping corrosion down and eliminating the need for sump pumps.

Ideal rail scale for rugged, harsh environments.

The RLP rail scale is designed to be rugged and reliable, built to both AREMA and Cooper E-80 loading requirements.

It has a capacity of up to 230 tons and can be as long as 52 feet, if necessary.

 

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West Michigan Scales
Phone: 269-685-9521
Fax: 269-685-2031
Email: info@wmscales.com
On-line: Convenient Submission Form

943 Industrial Parkway
Plainwell, MI 49080
Website Design: Lund & Lund

Our Vendors

  • Rice Lake weighing systems, Avery Weigh-Tronix Scales
  • Ishida scales, Rinstrum scales
  • Brecknal scales, A&D Weighting scales
  • Ohaus scales, Sartorius scales
  • GSE weight scales, SETRA sensing solutions
  • Chatillon Precision Scales, Belt-Way
  • DIGI scales, Cardinal DETECTO scales





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