The Benefits of Using Weightbridges

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Here at Truck Weighbridges, provide an impressive array of used and new weighbridges for sale all across the nation at affordable prices. All our products are of high quality and will serve you well, ensuring that your company runs as efficiently and productively as possible. Many of our distributors have years of experience in the industry and have the knowledge and ability to ensure that each and every order is delivered on time and within budget. For this reason, we strive to ensure that our customers receive the best service possible. 

If you're looking for a quick and easy solution to meet the weight requirements of your shipping needs, then an in-ground or above-ground flatbed bridge is an excellent option. These types of weighbridges are made from a variety of materials, including steel, aluminum, and concrete, and available in a huge variety of sizes and capacities. Some of our most popular units include our 12 Ft. galvanized Flatbed Bridge, our 16 Ft. galvanized Towing Bridge, and our 24 Ft. galvanized Towing Bridge. If you need a temporary solution, you can also select from our overhead, floor, and cargo in-ground weighbridges. Learn more by continuing reading this article.

Many people are now choosing to use lightweight, portable, modular, cost-efficient, and extremely durable lightweight structures that are more flexible and mobile than in-ground or above-ground weighbridges. Some of these types of structures are portable garages or stands, and others are fully enclosed, self-contained, self-supporting garage structures. Portable weighbridges, such as the one shown above-ground, can easily be lifted and moved, whereas fully enclosed, self-contained, self-supporting garage weighbridges require building codes and special permitting. The most portable weightbridges on the market today are made from high-density polyethylene (HDPE), which is an incredibly strong, durable, and resilient material that has low maintenance and weight requirements.

If you choose to have a fully in-ground or overhead, concrete, or aluminum weighted bridge, your custom constructed structure will be designed to meet your exact specifications. Many different types of composite decking are used to achieve the best possible results and provide the greatest structural strength and durability. When selecting a composite decking system, it is important to choose a company that offers low maintenance and maximum stability. In-ground weighbridges require digging, leveling, and spraying, as well as periodic re-railings and sealing. Once your weighbridge is installed, you can enjoy an attractive and completely finished structure that is extremely low maintenance.

Concrete, steel, and aluminum weighbridges are all less expensive than traditional wood structures, but they are much less stable and reliable. Steel weighbridges are very stable, but are susceptible to cracking under extreme stress. An aluminum weighbridge is very low maintenance, but it is more susceptible to galvanic corrosion and rust, especially in humid climates. Because the steel posts of an aluminum weighbridge are lightweight, they are more likely to be moved and displaced during severe weather.

Many experienced contractors will agree that the best and most economical option for many people is a portable, in-ground, self-supporting, self-contained, completely enclosed, steel-framed weightbearing gate or wall. These are highly customizable with various styles, shapes, and configurations allowing for the most optimal match to your personal home, business, or building. Portable weighbridges are a great investment because they can be removed from the site as needed. There is no need to worry about high maintenance, rust, or other problems associated with wooden structures weighing up to a ton. This allows for greater flexibility with how to use your weighbridge. When choosing a weighbridge for your project, it is important to research your options and find the right one for your needs. 

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