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The new Heavy Vehicle National Law should reduce costs for the transport industry and promote a safety regime for heavy vehicles.

One rule book for heavy vehicles

Under the new Heavy Vehicle National Law, all heavy vehicles over 4.5 tonnes are mostly set to operate under one rule book. Read more »
The truck being measured simply drives underneath the scan head and the LVS system does the rest.

Load & Haul
Supplier offers new solution to payload management

Loadscan has entered the Australian market with the trade certification of its Load Volume Scanner (LVS) measurement system.  Read more »
The Compuload 4000 has a memory function that enables an operator to store weighing process data within the indicator for retrieval or printing at a later date.

Load & Haul
How on-board weighing systems can increase productivity

Whether you’re working in quarrying, civil construction or transport, the benefit of having an on-board weighing system on your front-end loader, excavator or truck can greatly increase a customer’s productivity in many areas of their business. 
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Figure 1: Ideally the loader should work in a V pattern, moving in and out of the face in loading the truck.

Load & Haul
The pitfalls and profits of load out

Load out within any quarry operation is an important stage that needs to be well designed and considered. As Michael van Koeverden reports, there is scope to better understand the specific needs of weighbridge and stockpile areas and how the interface between these operations directly affects productivity and profit. Read more »


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