Variations from initial material volume estimates and ﬁnal in-place volumes often occur, resulting in cost overruns, construction claims, disputes, budget waste and added administrative costs.
With a Loadscan LVS system you’ll end supply disputes. If you purchase or supply construction materials in cubic volume then it makes sense to manage and account for inﬁll delivered to site using a common method, because disputes over supply can be frustrating, time consuming and expensive.
Traditional methods of determining truck load volumes, including converting from weight, counting loader buckets, or simply counting trucks, are inaccurate and contribute to supply disputes. Survey quantities don’t account for bulking factors in material loaded into a truck from a cut, nor compaction of the material when it’s unloaded at a ﬁll site.
Volumetric laser scanning is the only accurate and consistent method for measuring truck loads.