The Avery Weigh-Tronix QTLTS Forklift Scale System turns a lift truck into a mobile scale. The system includes a durable, frontmounted digital scale carriage with Weigh Bar® electronic weight sensors and two viewing ports, as well as a choice of two in-cab instruments. The system allows operators to easily and quickly capture weight data en route, without extra steps.
Simply attach the QTLTS scale carriage to an existing Class II or Class III cleat-type forklift carriage and mount the FLI 225/425 instrument in a convenient driver location. This system allows seamless integration of weighing and data management into your operations without adding any extra steps or route changes.
The forklift scale carriage is comprised of two metal plates coupled together by four high capacity Weigh Bars. › Front loading safety factor of 29.5:1 › Normal load safety factor of 7.5:1 › Overload with no damage of 200% The instrumentation is designed exclusively for the forklift vehicle. It incorporates design technologies to withstand the environmental and warehouse jolts common in forklift applications.
The QTLTS is the solution for monitoring loads handled by forklifts that do not require legal-for-trade accuracy. The QTLTS consistently provides 99% or better weight accuracy of the applied load regardless of the position of the forks or mast. The Quick Tach scale carriage attaches to an existing forklift carriage and withstands up to 200% of full capacity applied anywhere up to 24” from the frame and side loads up to 100% of full capacity. › ITA Class II Cleat Type – 5,000 x 1 lb This electronic scale design has no mechanical flexures or springs to influence the weighing performance.
The FLI 225 instrument provides a simple, no-nonsense solution through classic or enhanced operation for capturing weight and supplying it to a peripheral device. The FLI 425 instrument simultaneously displays multiple fields of data, assisting the operator with a visual reference. Data can be stored on-board or instantly transmitted wirelessly to a local or global network.