Cardinal Scale was founded in 1950 to meet the grain industry’s need for a line of special capacity scales. In 2012, the company introduced its slow-speed, weigh-in-motion (SWIM) vehicle scale.
According to SWIM Sales Manager Sam Wimsett, “The SWIM vehicle scale’s small footprint means it occupies only a small fraction of the space needed for a full-length, static truck scale. Unlike a static scale, there’s no limit to the length of vehicle that can be measured.”
“The SWIM vehicle scale saves time,” explains Wimsett, “because it weighs vehicles without the need for them to stop, and it also provides information about the number of axles and the individual axle weights – useful information if there are concerns about weight distribution and wheel loads.”
View this review and more in the Grain Journal March April 2020 magazine.