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Aircraft scales

Aircraft scales

From gliders and ultralights to executive and large commercial aircraft: our portable aircraft scales are to be found everywhere. A combination of several scales in different load ranges is also possible in this respect. The aircraft weighing scales are utilised in clubs, authorised inspectors, aviation engineering companies or by manufacturers of aircraft.


Portable aircraft scales / Weighing at wheels

Ultralights, gliders, powered aircraft, helicopters and commercial jets can be weighed using these portableaircraft scales. Measured values can be evaluated on a PC using our special aircraft scales software. The calibratable aircraft weighing scales are supplied with a factory calibration certificate traceable to the national standards at the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB, German Metrology Institute).

Portable aircraft scale RW8
  • Calibratable
  • Low design
  • Nominal load range per weighing platform: from 100 to 10,000kg
  • Display in kg or lb
  • High accuracy
  • Maintenance-free
  • Weighing aircraft or air sport equipment
  • Weight checking
  • Determining the centre of gravity

Portable aircraft scales / Weighing at jack points

Powered aircraft, helicopters, business and commercial jets which exhibit loads up to 50,000 kg at the individual jack points can be weighed using our aircraft scales. Portable weighing units either transmit measured values by cable or wireless to your PC. There they are evaluated using our special aircraft scales software. The aircraft weighing scales are supplied with a factory calibration certificate traceable to the national standards at the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB, German Metrology Institute).

Jack point for mobile airplane scale
  • Use of verifiable sensors
  • Nominal load per jack point: 500, 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, 10,000, 30,000 or 50,000kg
  • Display in kg or lb
  • High accuracy
  • Maintenance-free
  • Weighing aircraft and helicopters
  • Weight checking
  • Determining the centre of gravity