Loadscan’s advanced payload management technology at Steinexpo 2017

Loadscan is exhibiting for the first time this year at Steinexpo (stand B59)  showcasing the newest technology in payload management.

The Loadscan Load Volume Scanner (LVS) system utilises laser scanning and RFID technologies combined with software that creates 3D model images of trucks to measure the exact volume of the material loaded in a truck or trailer bin.

Loadscan will be exhibiting its trailer-mounted LVS-3TMM scanner with an extended outrigger for measuring up to 50T articulated dumpers and underground mining trucks.  They will also be showing their LoadTrak in-cab console for automated load data logging.

Loadscan was the first in the world to gain official trade approval for volumetric measurement of material loaded into open bodied bins.  The company now boasts Certifications for Trade in both New Zealand & Australia with a proven accuracy of +/- 1%. With the recognition that comes with these trade approvals Loadscan is rapidly gaining recognition in the civil construction, quarrying and bark products industries. Now, Loadscan has exports to Canada, USA, Australia, Mexico, Mongolia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Russia, Senegal, Zambia, Switzerland, Germany, the Philippines and Indonesia.

The Loadscan LVS scanner systems are available in portable, semi-portable and fixed gantry models to best suit the customer’s application. The range of measurable load materials and truck types has been extended. LVS devices are successfully operated on a full spectrum of truck and trailer designs including on-road truck and trailers, semi-trailers and centre-dumpers, as well as off-road articulated dumpers and quarry trucks.

The range finder lasers used in the LVS system are of the highest quality on the market and are the only lasers available that pass the stringent metrological and accuracy testing required for Trade Approval.

Cutting edge volume scanning solutions

The LVS-3TMM scanner is a fully self-contained mobile truck measurement unit that can be driven to a site and be fully setup and operational in as little as 45 minutes. There are a range of power options, plus the ability to transmit truck measurement load reports via Wi-Fi, Cellular Modem or Network cable. Loadscan is the inventor and first to launch the mobile truck measurement unit into the global market place which has made it possible to measure and monitor loads in temporary locations that were previously going unmeasured.