Fairbanks Scales’ driver-assist weighing systems

Electronics | May 14, 2014

Fairbanks Scales Driver-Assist Weighing SystemFairbanks Scales offers three driver-assist weighing systems suited for automating vehicle weighing and identification at landfills, transfer stations, quarries, recycling plants and other material-handling operations. Tailored for simplicity and to meet the specific needs of individual customers, the terminals and systems are designed to provide seamless acquisition and integration of weight data.

Fairbanks Scales, www.fairbanks.com

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