RailBoss™ fits where conventional rail scales can’t
May 24th, 2011
Company: Rice Lake Weighing Systems
Category: Rail Scales
Rice Lake, WI, May 20th, 2011: Industries connected to rail transport throughout North America and the world are enthusiastic about RailBoss, Rice Lake’s innovative new approach to rail weighing technology in an attainable and convenient package.
Integrated directly within the rail itself, RailBoss requires minimal space and installs quickly, at roughly one-third the cost of conventional railroad scale designs. Scrap yards, agricultural operations and more can now afford to install their own in-house railroad scale for stationary weight verification of rail cars and other non-Legal-for-Trade needs.
RailBoss pairs with Rice Lake’s 920i® Programmable Indicator/Controller and exclusive RailBoss software to offer scale capacities up to 320,000 pounds, available in either eight section full-draft systems or simpler four section double-draft models. For further information and technical specifications visit www.ricelake.com/railboss.
Rice Lake Weighing Systems is a family-owned, ISO 9001 certified corporation based in the United States. Headquarters, metrology laboratory and main manufacturing plant are located in Rice Lake, Wisconsin with support facilities throughout the world including Alabama, Connecticut, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, India and the Netherlands.
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