Fairbanks Scales rolls out new portable scale
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Fairbanks Scales released its new Portable Axle Load Scale (PALS) recently.
The new scale eliminates the need for pier or slab foundation, the company claims. It is constructed in a sub-frame, requiring only a flat, unyielding surface to install and complete the unit. This makes it possible to install PALS on concrete or asphalt already in place.
Fairbanks said the device requires a one-day installation.
As well, PALS operates in a wide range of applications from moving and shipping to light manufacturing. It is built with anticipated daily weighments of 50 trucks or less and has an ultra-low 6” profile.
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