Optimized TC2000-S for warehouse trucks without return hose.

Griptech introduced you a new way of mobile weighing on warehouse trucks, we try to optimized the material handling industries with a great solution. The TC2000-S can be installed on almost any type of stackers and powered pallet trucks without any return hose back to the tank. With this pattend system we can quarante the same accurancy as exemple the TC2000 (0.2% of truck capacity).

The TC2000-S is a very reliable and high-quality weighing system. The best weighing result is guaranteed in combination with the TC indicator software. This system has no influence on the capacity of the truck and the load center point and can also be used in combination with attachments. The weighing components are built-in protected on the lift truck and are insensitive to overloading and impact forces and suitable for intensive applications.

USP’s:

  • Small design for installation in warehouse trucks
  • Smart software for one way movement, down only
  • Safe protected against overload on the weighing system
  • Secure data storage for 999 weighing on the indicator
  • Sexy, it is…

WEIGHING PROCEDURE:
Lift the load to a height marked on the mast. The system is activated by pressing a button on the indicator and the fork carriage is lowered by the operator via the usual controls. The speed is controlled via the measuring block. The weight is now calculated and appears in the display.

DYNAMIC MASS DETERMINATION
DMD reduces the influence of mechanical frictions in the forklift mast and hydraulic cylinders by automatically lowering the forks during weighing operations.

TECHNOLOGY
The TC2000-S system is based on a reliable hydraulic weighing principle (DMD), offering a unique robustness and protection against overload. The power supply and transient protection circuit enables the TC2000-S to fit almost any forklift truck without having to pay special attention to supply voltages and electrical noise.

THE SOLAS CONTAINER WEIGHT VERIFICATION REQUIREMENT

THE Griptech TC3000 IS THE ONLY MOBILE WEIGHING SYSTEM WORLDWIDE THAT MEETS BOTH OF THE PROPOSED METHODS TO SOLAS SAFETY GUIDELINES.

“The SOLAS Container Weight Verification Requirement” is coming into effect from July 2016. The intention is to reduce the number of accidents at sea which are caused by wrongly declared container weights. SOLAS is an international maritime safety treaty designed to ensure that ships comply with minimum safety standards in construction, equipment and operation. The weighing equipment used must meet the applicable accuracy standards and requirements of the State in which the equipment is being used. The ports will refuse receiving any container without the data / certified weight of the container, and there are no exceptions available

The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) SOLAS amendments provide two approved methods in determining the container weight:

– Method 1 – The shipper (or third party) weighs the complete packed container using calibrated and certified equipment:

The Griptech TC3000-RS is specifically developed for reach stackers and to meet the SOLAS requirements. The system is extremely reliable and delivers the most accurate weight verification data possible through a simple and automated process.

– Method 2 – The shipper (or third party) weighs all individual items of the container using a certified method approved by the State in which the container is being packed:

Integration of a mobile weighing system onto your forklift assuring a safe container transport to the port. The Griptech TC3000 is the most accurate hydraulic weighing system in the world and a safety product that can be mounted on any counterbalanced forklift.

The benefits of applying the Griptech TC3000-RS for both Method 1 & 2:

  • Weighing and handling combined in one movement.
  • Quick container weighing and data processing in less than 7 seconds.
  • The most accurate weighing possible of the container.
  • No maintenance costs.
  • Improves safety.

By installing a retro fit container weighing system into existing container handling equipment the terminal logistics is improved, the need to provide a dedicated weighing station is eliminated, and the port’s operational safety is considerably increased.