Hook Loaders

Thanks to their high capacities and big payload potential, large roll-off containers have become the preferred choice in a number of sectors - construction and agriculture, for example, as well as for professional municipal, industrial and commercial waste collection.

Because the contents of large containers are so variable, especially when waste and debris is involved, accurate overload protection is mandatory. Without reliable real-time monitoring, container weights can easily exceed legal limits. With a market-leading reputation stretching back several decades, VPG Onboard Weighing provides solutions that help you to protect your license, avoid fines, operate safely and maximise the profitability of every roll-off container you collect.

Check Your Payload to Stay Legal

Hook loaders capable of carrying the largest roll-off containers make the movement of goods and waste easy and efficient. But overloaded vehicles can put people in danger and see your business fall foul of the law or insurance regulations.

VPG Onboard Weighing overload protection systems provide the accuracy and real-time insight to ensure every load is safe and compliant with regulations. Lightweight and rugged, our revolutionary inclinometer-based solutions offer fit-and-forget convenience and ease of use. If even greater accuracy or legal-for-trade certification is required, our load cell-based on-vehicle systems provide more precision across the payload.

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Products and Systems

VanWeigh units are worth their weight in gold!

Nick HatchettStores Supervisor, Booth Dispensers Ltd, UK

I have just ordered our fourth VanWeigh system in two years for our growing fleet of VW Crafters. VPG Onboard Weighing fitters are polite, courteous and well trained in their knowledge of the units being fitted. Vehicles are left clean, tidy and ready for work. 

The VanWeigh units themselves are worth their weight in gold. There is no fiddling about to add up weight, just load the vehicles and the unit does the rest. Drivers can see straight away if they need to alter their load to spread the weight.