LOADRITE RELEASE PAYLOAD SCALE FOR DEERE 4WD LOADERS
LOADRITE is proud to continue their partnership with John Deere by launching the L-Series 2160 Advanced Payload Scale (APS) for Deere K-Series 4WD loaders. Payload scales, from the market leader LOADRITE, help to improve productivity through material management and increase customer satisfaction, through the prevention of over/underloading. The new system L-Series 2160 Advanced Payload Scale extends the functionality offered by the loader’s embedded payload scale option.
The APS is developed specifically for Deere and communicates with the loader’s control systems. Its dedicated user interface offers an easy to use icon driven interface and extensive data collection and reporting capabilities. These features are the ideal for changing customer needs driven by current economic conditions.
Nathan Cables (GM of LOADRITE in the Americas region) says, “Our customers, whether in aggregates, government, scrap, recycling, or excavation/demolition, have an increasing focus on minimizing overall operating costs, monitoring production and stockpiles, as well as the most efficient utilization of their assets such as loaders. The flexible feature set of the APS allows
payload data to be captured through accurate and precise weight information. This information is a must-have for customers wanting to increase the efficiency of their operations, and drive production costs down.”
The proven support and experience of the nationwide LOADRITE distribution network, alongside the renowned reliability and accuracy of LOADRITE products, made selecting a partner an easy choice for John Deere.
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