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Electronic Concrete Deck Truck Scales


Cardinal Scale’s SRC series concrete deck truck scales feature a heavy-duty, classic, time-tested pit scale design to allow vehicles to roll directly onto the scale at ground level. Featuring a heavy-duty, pour-in-place concrete deck, this pit-mounted scale features a rigid, highly-rated CLC deck that provides easy access to all scale components. This easy access eliminates issues with accessing the scale and takes up little space when saving needed operating area is tantamount. The SRC is available with your choice of either SCBD digital double-ended shear beam load cells or AC series electronic compression type load cells. NTEP and Measurement Canada legal for trade.


  • Available with AC Compression Load Cells or SCBD Digital Double-Ended Shear Beam Load Cells
  • Models Available as Multi-Platform Vehicle Scales
  • NTEP and Measurement Canada Legal for Trade
  • Axle or Full-Length Truck Platform Sizes Available
  • Stainless Steel, Environmentally-Sealed Load Cells
  • Anti-Corrosion Industrial Tan Powdercoat Paint
  • Designed for Pit Foundations


Concentrated Load Capacity: 30, 45, or 100 tons
Overall Capacities: Ranging from 30 tons to 120 tons
Platform Sizes: Ranging from 10 ft to 100 ft in length, 10 ft standard width
Load Cell: Electronic compression load cells or digital double-ended shear beam load cells
Warranty: 5-year deck and below limited warranty
Foundation Kit: Included
Junction Box: Stainless steel, weatherproof-grade
Deck: 16-inch I-beam construction

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    Cardinal Scales

    Cardinal/Detecto manufactures and markets a complete line of quality weighing products and systems. Cardinal/Detecto’s factory and headquarters is located in Webb City, Missouri, USA with distributors in over 110 countries. Established in 1950 by founder William H. Perry, the company has been featured on the TV shows “How It’s Made” and “World’s Greatest!”