Mine even more profits with
Loadrite mining scales
Are you accurately measuring tons per hour and cost per ton?
Your company's efficiency in the mining sector hinges on precise measurement of critical metrics like tons per hour and cost per ton. To gain control over your operational improvements, the integration of Mining Scales from Loadrite is essential. Loadrite’s proven and reliable systems are designed to meticulously track the most vital aspect of our mining operations: the quantity of material moved. Their range of wheel loader scales, LHD scales, excavator scales, and conveyor belt scales equips your operators with the necessary tools to optimize production, while providing you with the crucial data needed to evaluate your performance.
With Loadrite you can optimize payload to maximize productivity during high commodity prices, and load to optimum payload to maximize cost per ton during low commodity prices.
The weight is over.
Profitability starts and ends with a plan.
When you're dealing with weighing products on such a large scale, the chance for errors is just as huge. That's why Loadrite delivers the best possible measurement instruments to ensure you're making the most from every load.
Track productivity and progress of load/haul operations to ensure you are on target to achieve your goals.
L2180 Loader Scale
The Loadrite L2180 is more than just an onboard scale. It provides an easy way to capture information on your loading process right where it takes place - on the loader.
H2250 Haul Monitor
The H2250 provides near real-time reporting of haul truck production and process monitoring, driving increased production and limiting costs.
The Loadrite X2650 system provides accurate payload measurement (+/- 3% margin of error) on excavators up to 800 tonnes.
Using technology to optimize every aspect of your mining operations.
The global mining industry is under pressure. In the short term, falling commodity prices are squeezing cash flow. Looking ahead, many existing mines are maturing, resulting in the extraction of lower ore grades and longer haul distances from the mine face; ore-body-replacement rates are in decline; and new-mine-development times are increasing. On top of this, worldwide mining operations are as much as 28 percent less productive today than a decade ago—and that’s after adjusting for declining ore grades.