From trash to treasurer with our scrap recycling scales, weighing and reporting systems.
Scrap recycling, as much as any other industry, needs accurate weighing and reporting systems such as wheel loader scales, excavator scales, conveyor belt scales, and reporting systems. Loadrite solutions provide the durable, accurate weighing systems your industry demands.
Loading out scrap metal, recycled automobiles, and waste fluff from processing equipment is difficult work. Loads like crushed cars are bulky and weights vary greatly. Fluff loads headed to landfills are light weight, and difficult to load accurately without turning around loads to add or remove material. Risking overloads is no longer an option, the cost of fines or returned shipments is too great.
Track the efficiency of your shredders and balers with Loadrite systems. Depending on your particular equipment, you can track tons as you load your plant or unload your finished stockpiles using our wheel loader scales or excavator scales, as the material moves through your plant using our conveyor belt scales.
It only looks like junk.
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 insure you're making the most from every load.
C2880 Belt Scale
Increase the profitability of your operations and monitor quarry performance, productivity and stockpile inventory with Loadrite mobile conveyor belt scales.
C2850 Belt Scale
Increase the profitability of your mobile operations through performance monitoring, productivity tracking and stockpile inventory with Loadrite mobile conveyor belt scales.
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.
Tech reaches right into the scrapyards to help make more money.
There was a time in the scrap metal recycling industry when incoming material was sorted by hand, tickets were written by hand, and bookkeeping was done by hand (with perhaps the help of a calculator.) Today, the scrap metal recycling industry is on the cutting edge of innovation, utilizing new technologies to process more material in a more efficient, more accurate and faster manner. Adoption of technology in the recycling industry has been employed to increase recycling rates, keep up with changing materials and products entering the waste stream and improve profitability for scrap metal recyclers.