Volume scaling as well as inspection of log ends to determine compaction and defects
Less demand on vehicle positioning. Scaling takes place when the vehicle drives through the scaling system’s gateway. This allows for accurate scaling even if the vehicle is not perfectly aligned through the gateway.
The system is available in a mobile version for utilisation in more than one terminal or temporary terminals.
It requires significantly less space and site preparation than other systems. Only 10 metres of width is required which is less than half that of earlier systems.
Manual scaling of timber loads will be automated in future iterations of TimSpect so that the scaler automatically receives an external gross volume or, alternatively, an average block which encompasses the load. Measuring the degree of compaction will also be automated in product version 3.0. This will allow Cind to supply a net volume.