Intercomp weighs things up in Charlotte

The return of in-person ITS America events allows visitors to view the latest in product development and certification of scales and sensors from Minneapolis-based Intercomp.
December 8, 2021
Jon Arnold of Intercomp
Jon Arnold of Intercomp

The manufacturer of fixed and portable scales and sensors incorporates strain gauge technology, which enables accurate, stable, and reliable measurements via wheel and axle weighing applications. These scales and sensors for static and Weigh in Motion (WIM) applications is on display here.

For WIM applications such as data collection and screening for enforcement using installed scales, Intercomp offers in-ground strain gauge strip sensors for low- and high-speed WIM (HS-WIM), and the LS-WIM axle scale as options to meet site requirements.

These fixed WIM scales and sensors give product options delivering stable and accurate readings at speeds ranging from 3mph (5kmh) to 80 mph (130kmh) and beyond.

A selection of low-profile portable scales will be on display, with wireless LS788-WIM portable scales for static and WIM use, and the LP788 low-profile portable scales with both OIML R76 and NTEP certifications.

The latest portable scale indicator, the TS30 CPU with intuitive touchscreen interface, will be available for attendees to experience. Bringing new capabilities to wheel load scales, Intercomp introduces the LTR788 dual-platform scale, which allows for weighing each tyre individually in dual-tyre configurations.  

This enables service inspections of individual tyre ratings and tyre anomalies to be detected with a low-profile portable digital scale.

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