Logging trucks are essential to the forestry sector for moving timber over short and long distances. However, even if it only entails carrying timber from the place of harvesting to storage, moving big, massive trunks in difficult forest conditions is far from simple. To make sure cargoes are secure and secure on rough terrain as well as on the road, fleet ᴍᴀɴagers and operators rely on precise on-vehicle weighing.
For ᴍᴀɴy years, VPG Onboard Weighing has been at the cutting edge of on-vehicle load monitoring technology. We offer a variety of solutions for logging trucks and their operators, from sheer overload protection systems that make sure loads don’t exceed safe and legal limits to legal-for-trade certified systems for precise billing while the truck is in motion.
The type of tree, age, growing circumstances, humidity, dryness of the wood, and ᴍᴀɴy other variables all affect how heavy a piece of lumber is. As a result, there is always a chance of overloading. Additionally, because pick-up locations are frequently inaccessible, on-vehicle surveillance is crucial to prevent loads from being ᴅᴀɴɢᴇʀᴏᴜsly carried back to weighing stations.
Accurate on-vehicle weighing, which ensures that limitations are utilized to the fullest extent possible, boosts profitability while reducing carbon footprint by reducing the number of trips. Systems that handle both overload prevention and payload optimization are available from VPG Onboard Weighing. All truck types utilized in the logging industry—rigid, articulated, and trailers—are eligible for our high-accuracy load-cell-based solutions and special, patented inclinometer-based systems.
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