The Blue Ink Tech App shows your weight increase as your trailer gets loaded, so you never get overloaded by a shipper or caught by surprise with an overweight fine. Stop guessing. Haul a full load every time, and get paid for every pound.
Our push-to-connect tee fittings install in minutes and transmit weight to the Blue Ink Tech App via wireless Bluetooth.
Air Scale works for dedicated trucks or drop-and-hook fleets. Drivers can access Air Scale data for any trailer in the fleet with a simple Load Out switch.
See the current status of your fleet from your computer.
Typically you will need two sensors, one for each leveling valve. One on the truck and one on the trailer.
Call our sales team at 304-840-0142 to discuss a custom BIT Full Service plan for your vehicle. We can work with any setup.
Yes, our push-to-connect tee fittings can be installed in minutes on your suspension system air lines.
Our calibration process uses empty and full certified weights to establish two known data points. Once calibration is complete, the app interpolates current weight on all three axles using those data points.
We use the steer axle weights entered during calibration to determine current steer axle weight.
When your weights seem to be getting further from your actual weight tickets it is likely that there is a small leak in your air suspension line, which is a common occurance. The BIT Air Scale sensors are reading the pressure from the suspension and using its calibration function to tell you the weight. If there is a small leak in the line then this can make your readings further off as the air escapes. It is best to push on one of your air bags after sitting for a couple days with no air hooked up to see if the bag is flat before installing the BIT Air Scale.
Pro tip: spray your air suspension and all connections with soapy water. If bubbles appear then you have found the leak. Repair and recalibrate to get accurate readings moving forward.
Trucks may seem like they are always the same size and weight at all times but that is not the case. Trucks consume a lot of fluids and use a lot of rubber. If you enter weights from memory your calibrations will be very inaccurate. Fuel, DEF, anti-freeze, and tire tread are always changing and if you don't use certified scales to get the most accurate weights possible you could be off thousands of pounds on your calibrations.
Trucks consume a lot of fluids and use a lot of rubber. If you enter weights from previous days your scale readings your air scales will be very inaccurate. Fuel, DEF, anti-freeze, and tire tread are always changing and if you don't use certified scales at the time of calibration to get the most accurate weights possible you could be off thousands of pounds/kilograms.