Right Weigh debuts digital onboard load scale

Launching what it said is a scale that eliminates cost as an obstacle for fleets of all sizes, Right Weigh has unveiled its E-Z Weigh digital onboard load scale. The scale monitors the weight of any single, tandem or tri-axle group of air suspension straight trucks, tractor or trailer

Launching what it said is a scale that eliminates cost as an obstacle for fleets of all sizes, Right Weigh has unveiled its E-Z Weigh digital onboard load scale. The scale monitors the weight of any single, tandem or tri-axle group of air suspension straight trucks, tractor or trailer. Using a two-point calibration process, the scale is accurate within at least 300 lbs. or better, the company said.

“This is the scale that will finally make digital onboard weighing accessible to the whole industry, including those without deep pockets,” said Scott McCulloch, director of communications. “The E-Z Weigh load scale was carefully designed to keep manufacturing costs as low as possible, while still maintaining the high quality and reliability standards that we've built our reputation on. By taking advantage of the latest advances in technology and components, we were ultimately able to develop a simple and accurate digital unit, while still keeping its cost low.”

Measurements are taken in pounds and kilograms and the weather-tight digital gauges are designed to withstand extreme temperatures and inclement weather conditions to allow for exterior installation. There is a large LCD display visible from as far away as 30 ft.

“Our development of this scale is in response to our customer’s requests for a digital scale that is user-friendly and reliable, but still affordable,” said Andy Mount, vice presdient & chief engineer on the project. “It is our goal to offer the right scale for every customer, so this is a very strong addition to our existing line of mechanical scales. I’m confident that our E-Z Weigh digital scale will provide a better alternative to any other digital system available on the market today.”

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