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weigh in motion 28 05 12 01 06 12
Weigh In Motion

28/05/12 – 01/06/12

weigh in motion overview
WEIGH IN MOTION OVERVIEW
  • Weighing in Motion (WIM) devices are designed to capture and record axle weights and gross vehicle weights as vehicles drive over a measurement site. Unlike static scales, WIM systems are capable of measuring at either a reduced or normal traffic speed, and do not require the vehicle to stop
  • The WIM area consists of 3 lanes. 2 standard and 1 OOG / B Double lane
weigh in motion process
WEIGH IN MOTION PROCESS
  • Trucks to enter the Weigh In Motion via the main roadway between 4 and 5 berth
  • All trucks carrying a load will be required to enter the WIM (including MT containers)
  • Trucks to proceed to pinning area behind grid 6, and pin containers (PPE to be worn at all times)
  • Enter the WIM (booms remain upright unless a truck is in the WIM)
  • Truck to proceed at constant speed (under 5kms) to the kiosk
  • Axle group weights will be visible on the LED scrolling screen display, followed by total weight and a light status – Green / Orange / Red
    • No breach – Green Light
    • Minor – 0 to +5% - Orange Light
    • Substantial - >5 to + 20% - Orange Light
    • Severe - >20% - Red Light
accurate weight reading
ACCURATE WEIGHT READING
  • Trucks must travel at a constant speed, under 5 km’s per hour (recommended Crawler Gear)
  • Truck axles must stay over the WIM pads at all times
  • No braking whilst in the WIM airlock area, until clear of the weigh pads
green status
GREEN STATUS

DRIVER RECEIVES A GREEN LIGHT – NO WEIGHT BREACH

Driver approached kiosk

  • Swipe MSIC
  • Enter Bat Number
  • Receives ticket with completed container details
  • Exits WIM to Physical Security Check
orange status
ORANGE STATUS

DRIVER RECEIVES ORANGE LIGHT

Minor – 0 to +5%

Substantial - >5 to +20%

Driver approached kiosk

  • Swipes MSIC
  • Enter Bat Number
  • Receives ticket with completed container details
  • Exits WIM to Physical Security Check

NOTE; Trucks are required by law to proceed directly to a container

freight station for repack / reposition

red status
RED STATUS

RED LIGHT IS VISIBLE AS AXLE GROUP IS ‘SEVERE OVERWEIGHT CATEGORY’

Driver approached kiosk

  • Swipe MSIC
  • Enter Bat Number
  • Driver is asked if they have CML or HML certificate
  • Select ‘No’
  • Truck configuration and container numbers are

displayed

  • Driver selects X for containers he wishes to leave on his truck
  • Confirms removal of container
  • Ticket received with container details / Yard position
  • Driver MUST enter the truck park to undo pins
  • Proceed to Light at Truck Park
  • Once instructed by Road Controller, driver proceeds to Yard Position for unload
  • Driver must then re-enter the WIM until a Green / Orange light is received
red status cml hml certified
RED STATUS – CML / HML Certified

CML CERTIFICATE – CONCESSIONAL MASS LIMIT

HML CERTIFICATE – HIGHER MASS LIMIT

  • Red light is visible as axle group is ‘severe overweight

category’

Driver approached kiosk

  • Swipe MSIC
  • Enter Bat Number
  • Driver is asked if they have CML or HML certificate
  • Select ‘YES’
  • Overload weights are displayed on screen
  • Driver determines if these weights meets his certificate approved weights
  • Receives ticket with completed container details
  • Exits WIM to Physical Security Check
over speed bad read
Over Speed / Bad Read
  • The speed limit of the Weigh In Motion area is under 5km/hr (suggested crawler gear)
  • Over speed is obtained by travelling over 5km/h
  • Bad read is obtained by not travelling at a constant speed i.e stop / starting over the weigh pads
  • Drivers who receive a To Fast / Bad Read status will be required to exit the WIM area, proceed down the main roadway between Grids 4 & 5, turn right along grid 5 and back along grid 6 to re-enter the WIM area
  • Following this traffic flow procedure and re-waiting in the WIM queue can be time consuming for the driver. We suggest you ensure your drivers are aware of the consequences to not following the instructions to ensure a correct read