The "axle-counting strip" is made up of one or more strip
contacts, wich are the main element in determining and counting
the axles, for which reason we describe their characteristics and
At the wheel pass the pressure
exercised on the contact brings together the upper and lower sheet,
leading to closure of the counting circuit. Once the wheel has ceased
to exercise pressure, the electrical circuit opens again due to the
mechanical reaction of the sides of the rubber covering.
The covering is built with the most advanced printing techniques, conferring upon it special characteristics of resistance to wear, abrasion, exposure to sunlight, mineral oils and the sodium chloride sometimes found on roads leading to skiing resorts, being compatible with the required working pressures.
In the figures below is possible to see six sections of
FIGURE 1 Straight and trapezoidal axle counting strip with
superior inox protection anti-wear FIGURE 2Straight and trapezoidal
axle counting strip with superior inox protection anti-wear
lateral anti stretch FIGURE 3 Straight/flared and trapezoidal/flared, with superior
inox protection anti-wear
lateral anti stretch counting strip
This is the best option for motorways subject snow or ice.
The usage temperature goes from -50°C to over 60°C.