Vehicle scales 14-15 Heavy Duty

For heavier weight.

To meet the need for heavier weighing and special vehicles, we have developed a Heavy Duty (HD) version based on our successful vehicle scale 14-15.
The scale is dimensioned to cope with single axle pressure of 32 tonnes, bogie pressure of 50 tonnes and triple bogie pressure of 60 tonnes. To cope with increased shoulder pressure, the wave is carried out in sections of six metres.
The scale is normally offered with a width of up to four meters and with lengths of twelve meters and 24 meters. Other dimensions can be given after discussion with Flintab.

If there are additional requirements for axle pressure or width, two bridges can be placed in parallel. This gives a scale that can withstand an axle pressure of 75 tonnes.

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Vehicle scale 14-15 HD is designed and manufactured using a method where the reinforcement is tensioned for casting. This manufacturing method provides superior durability and the scale retains its original shape for accurate weighing results year after year. The service hatches are located in the middle of the wave bridges in sunken and all-terrain designs. This is to reduce problems that otherwise arise if they are placed in the wheel tracks. The vehicle scale can be equipped with run-off protection for better safety and working environment.

Cast-in-place foundation

Vehicle scale 14-15 HD 12 x 4 m with cast-in-place foundation.

Prefabricated foundations

Vehicle scale 14-15 HD 12 x 3 m with prefabricated foundations.

Split weighing

In the standard version, Flintab’s Heavy Duty (HD) vehicle scale consists of six meter independent bridges, this gives the possibility of shared weighing. Split weighing gives a more accurate scale. It provides a faster weighing procedure, allows different materials on car and trailer. Another advantage of two piers is that it provides increased operational reliability, as one of the piers can always be kept in use for service and maintenance. To name just a few benefits.

Heat in the wave for increased operational reliability

To avoid icy docks, downtime and incorrect weighing in winter, we recommend choosing to heat the scale. This increases the operational reliability of the scale in winter and that no “washboards” are formed by the cars when starting and stopping on the scale. Ice formation can significantly affect the weighing result and cause downtime. Therefore, we can offer to install heating in both the wave bridge and foundation to prevent ice formation from below.

Temperature and humidity sensors minimize energy costs and climate impact

As an option, you can choose our temperature and humidity sensor, which is molded into the scale. It significantly lowers energy consumption and minimizes climate impact. The sensor detects whether the wave is dry (melted) despite freezing temperatures and then lowers the heat. For companies that are certified according to ISO 14001, our temperature and humidity sensor is an obvious choice.

Capacity and dimensions

Art no: 141512HD
Length: 12 m
Width: 3 m
Foundation: prefabricated

Art no: 141524HDP
Length: 24 m
Width: 3 m
Foundation: cast in place

Art no: 141512HDP
Length: 12 m
Width: 3 m
Foundation: cast in place

Art no: 141524HDP635
Length: 24 m
Width: 3.5 m
Foundation: cast in place

Art no: 141512HDP635
Length: 12 m
Width: 3.5 m
Foundation: cast in place

Art no: 141524HDP640
Length: 24 m
Width: 4 m
Foundation: cast in place

Art no: 141512HDP640
Length: 12 m
Width: 4 m
Foundation: cast in place

Art no: 141510x5HD
Parallel execution
Length: 10 m
Width: 5 m
Foundation: cast in place

Art no: 141524HD
Length: 24 m
Width: 3 m
Foundation: prefabricated

Which design is suitable, as well as which maximum capacity and resolution the scale should be given, is determined according to which vehicle types the scale is to be used for. There is thus no expressed maximum capacity, but it is axle weights and axle distance that determine the design.

Optional vehicle scale 14-15 Heavy Duty (HD)


Terminals for self-service, the driver can identify himself and his material directly from his vehicle.

Ramp support

Ramp supports facilitate the construction of ramps for overhead installation.

Booms and traffic lights

Barriers and traffic lights to control traffic and to increase road safety.

RFID tag

RFID tag, for vehicle identification.

Automatic reading

Automatic number plate reading (ANPR) function.

Traffic management system

Traffic control system to control and guide traffic within a specific area.

Pivoting terminal bracket

Pivoting terminal bracket, can reduce damage to the terminal in the event of a collision.

Electric heating

Electric heating in foundations and wave bridges. Keeps the scale both traffic-safe and ice-free during the winter.

Run-off protection

Run-off protection in signal color. Protection/assistance against falling off the scale.

Large display

Large display that gives the driver the opportunity to read the weight of his vehicle from a slightly longer distance.

Weighing camera

Camera for still image or video surveillance, identify the type of cargo on the vehicle.

Side walls

Prefabricated side walls, side wall in case of, for example, sunken version or for suterra version.


Shake before weighing to reduce the risk of e.g. sand, gravel or snow slush ends up on the scale, which can affect operational reliability.

Waterborne heating

Water-borne heating foundations and in wave bridges, holds the wave
traffic safe and ice-free during the winter.

Reflective posts

Reflective posts that guide the driver on and off the scale.

Side skirts

Side skirts on the wave bridges reduce the risk of dirt ending up underneath
the wave bridges and affects operational reliability.

Photocell Reading

Photocell reading to identify that the entire vehicle is correctly on the scale.

Service hatches

Service hatches that are centrally located for good accessibility at
service and cleaning.

Stairs to terminal

Stairs to terminal. Facilitates e.g. change of receipt roll.

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