PTW Indicator for Train Weighing

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The PTW indicator from Weighwell Engineering Ltd is specifically designed for the rail industry and created for the end user (rail engineers) with extensive train weighing expertise. The PTW indicator is easy to use and allows a quick selection of options. The main display provides three screens.

The first screen allows the rail engineer the opportunity to provide a reference on the rail vehicle being weighed.

The second screen shows weighing data on the individual wheels, axles and cumulative total. Bogie weights are identified on the printout/csv file.

The third screen allows the rail engineer the ability to either reprint or export to a USB stick.

Key Benefits of the PTW Indicator for Train Weighing

  • Panel mounted and located within a robust carrying case.
  • Features multi-language software.
  • Can display up to four axles (8 wheels).
  • Date and time can be changed in real time.
  • The ability to weigh in either: KG LB

Portable Train Weigher

The PTW indicator is a key interface for our industry recognised product the Portable Train Weigher (PTW). The PTW is a portable rail scale system that can be installed without alterations to the foundations or track.

The main screen can display weighing information on each axle, bogie or the full rail car/vehicle.

The weighing information can be reprinted many times. The USB function exports the weighing data into a csv file which can be used for more in-depth analysis.

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