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Being able to carry more load makes a truck more efficient.
Today’s webinar, ‘Calculating Axle Weights: Optimizing Payload’ covered how to calculate maximum achievable payload, as well as optimal payload placement. It included a live demo of the TruckScience Axle Weight Calculator, using Class 3 and Class 8 vehicles.
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This webinar was the 3rd in a 3-part series on Calculating Axle Weights. TruckScience partnered with NTEA to produce the series, to help members make the most of downtime brought about by the global pandemic.
‘Calculating Axle Weights: Gathering Your Info’
The first in the series, ‘Calculating Axle Weights: Gathering Your Info’, covered the information required to calculate axle weights, and where to find it. It included a live demo using Class 3 and Class 8 vehicles. Watch it back here…
Calculating Axle Weights: Modifying Your Vehicle To Optimize Bridge
The 2nd webinar was entitled ‘Calculating Axle Weights: Modifying Your Vehicle To Optimize Bridge’. The addition of Pusher and Tag axles increases the load-carrying capacity of a truck, while remaining within axle limits for Bridge. This webinar explained the reasons for adding pusher and tag axles, as well as when and how to do so. It included a live demo using Class 8 vehicles. Watch it back here…