First look at Loadscan’s belt scanner at QuarryNZ

The highly anticipated belt scanner by Loadscan will be on show for the first time at the QuarryNZ Conference 2018 in Hamilton’s Claudelands Events Centre.

Attendees at QuarryNZ will get an exclusive first look at the new flow measurement system, which is expected to be available to purchase in the coming months.

The CVS is an above belt lidar laser measurement system that measures the quantity of material travelling over the conveyor belt, this measurement is perfect for production management to understand inventory production rates in volume and tonnes, in real time or for the accurate measurement of contract crushing quantities.

The CVS has loads of functionality with an onboard API that enables setting up a list of jobs from your dispatch system to deliver the specified job quantities which can be reported direct to the Loader operators cab allowing the starting of a Job run to be initiated by the loader operator.

The sales team is used to travelling around the world for expos and conferences but between July 18-20 on booth 33 & 34 you’ll find them a stone’s throw away from Loadscan headquarters.

As well as the belt scanner, Loadscan will be exhibiting its well-known load volume scanner (LVS) system.

The LVS is a measuring instrument that replaces manual measurement to determine volumetric truck measure. Volumetric load scanning works on the principle of comparing empty bin profiles against loaded bin profiles for the same vehicle to compute the load volume.  It has proved unrivalled
in the management of Overburden stripping contracts or supplying Trade approved volumetric quantities to customers, it removes the uncertainties with counting bucket loads or simply guessing

2018 marks the 50th anniversary of the Institute of Quarrying NZ, and it will be hosting the International Presidents Meeting comprising IQUK, IQ Southern Africa, IQ Australia, IQ Malaysia, IQ Hong Kong.

To register for the event please click here.

For more information on Loadscan’s load volume scanner click here.