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Rice Lake Weighing Systems

Address 230 West Coleman St, Rice Lake, WI, 54868, US
Phone 800-472-6703
Fax 800-472-6703
Email [email protected]

Rice Lake Weighing Systems is an international leader in the manufacture and distribution of weight-related products and process-control equipment. Within this ISO 9001 registered company, progressive new technologies merge with the wisdom of industry experience and create the future of weighing through cutting-edge research and design.

Rice Lake SURVIVOR OTR Truck Scale

Rice Lake’s SURVIVOR® Truck Scales are designed and built to be the toughest scales on earth. Heavy duty structural steel I-beams provide maximum rigidity. The patented G-Force® self-checking mounting system eliminates excess movement by using 100% of the gravity from the loading action against itself — instantly returning the scale to dead center without check rods or bumper bolts. With 25% to 30% more of highest grade structural steel content than competitive models, SURVIVOR® scales last for decades — not years.

For applications where steel is preferred or downtime is critical, choose the SURVIVOR® OTR Steel Deck. Operational within a day, the easy-to-install SURVIVOR OTR Steel Deck sets the standard for truck scale design and performance, keeping downtime to a minimum. Tightly spaced wide-flange I-beams form the industry's strongest weighbridge design, weighing as many as 250 trucks per day for 25 years without a trace of weighbridge fatigue.


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