Walz Scale develops volumetric measurement systems for biomass

By Walz Scale | June 05, 2018

Walz Scale, located in East Peoria, Illinois, has developed new volumetric measurement systems for the biomass industry. The non-contact laser based measurement systems provide high accuracy volume measurement for trucks and conveyor belts. The Walz Scanner system for trucks is an ideal solution for operations looking to accurately measure and track load volumes in open top vehicles. These systems require very little infrastructure costs when compared with traditional truck scales.

The Walz Belt Scanner System allows operations to accurately measure and track material production on belts. This non-contact system provides a wealth of benefits over traditional belt scales as there is no need for constant maintenance and or calibrations.

Data is managed and stored in the cloud so that operations can remotely monitor their production data.