Brechbuhler Scales, Inc. Cincinnati completed a project involving a B-TEK 45’x 28’ Heavy Duty Special for an application that required the resources of B-TEK engineering, Brechbuhler/B-TEK system engineering and outside foundation/structural engineering resources. Patrick Aylward and Steve Trueman received a call from the potential customer to provide a proposal for a scale to weigh a couple types of heavy off-road vehicles, the heaviest being 265,000 lbs, and also be a Legal for Trade Tuck Scale.
Along with the custom design of the scale was the custom design for the concrete foundation. The foundation required its own design due to the geographic location, footprint of the scale and potential weight of the vehicles.
The resources of Steve Myers with B-TEK and Sean Brazill of Brechbuhler Scales, Inc. Fort Wayne along with Bryan Snyder of Brechbuhler Scales, Inc. Corporate were also utilized to provide a B-TEK DD 1050 with programming customized with specific communication and system operation requirements that integrated with the customers process automation software.
Brechbuhler Scales, Inc. Cincinnati received the order and B-TEK designed the One-of–a-Kind scale. The scale was completed and the four, 22.5’ x 14’ scale platforms with (12) 100k Digital load cells were shipped (two wide loads with State Highway Patrol Escorts plus one “standard” truck load) and installed onto the three sided reinforced concrete pit foundation. The scale was tested and calibrated with both of Brechbuhler Scales, Inc. Cincinnati’s Test Trucks and build up test to over 100,000 lbs.
Two B-TEK DD 2050 unattended terminals were installed at a salt reserve with multi-directional traffic.Read More
Brechbuhler Scales, Inc. Bowling Green Installed 80′ x 11′ Digital Concrete Truck Scale to help weigh seed more efficiently.Read More
A customer of Brechbuhler Scales, who ships bulk commodities by rail, purchased a second truck scale to accommodate the extra truck traffic. Before the second scale, trucks often weighed out on a different scale then they weighed in on. The customer needed to have a shared database of inbound truck weights. This would allow the inbound weight to be recalled even if the […]Read More
The Columbus, Ohio branch is working on a Systems project to monitor 6 Tank Scales for a local chocolate manufacturer.Read More
A DD 1050 terminal was installed in a heated enclosure inside a shed. The scale was an old mechanical 24’ x 10’ truck scale. The scale was used to weigh grain wagons in the past but the customer wanted to weigh his semi trucks without having to get out of the truck every time and record the weight of each axle.Read More
The system consists of several hardware devices that work in conjunction with a custom software package from ScaleSoft Development, to devise a customized process solution for Degussa Engineered Carbons and their weighing needs.Read More
Brechbuhler Scales, Inc. Cincinnati along with the help of many others throughout the company installed a one-of-a-kind B-TEK 45’x 28’ Heavy Duty Special Truck Scale.Read More
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Brechbuhler Scales, Inc. has received The Outstanding Dealer Award.Read More
Brechbuhler Scales, Inc. Cincinnati has expanded their facilities!Read More