The chassis of the roller unit is hot-dip galvanised. The brake tester is available with gritted, splatter welded or ripped rollers, all of which give a friction co-efficiency comparable to a road surface.

The brake force is measured with a strain gauge transducer.
The roller unit is fitted with sensors detecting the presence of a wheel set on the rollers.
This system ensures that the rollers do not start accidentally.
A speed sensor measures the roller speed to ensure that the percentage of slippage is correct. The point of wheel lock can be set at 4 different settings.
The gearbox is a worm gear, which holds the rollers from turning too easily and thus makes it easier to drive the drive wheels out of the rollers.

Features & Accessories

  • Easy to read display
  • User friendly
  • Modular construction
  • Microprocessor technology
  • Prepared for future
  • Dual pointer display
  • Digital display showing:
    • Imbalance
    • Ovality
    • Weight
    • Pedal pressure
  • Lock-out light indicator
  • Pointer lock
  • Manual operation
  • 4WD operation
  • Date and weight key-in
  • Fused system
  • Pedestal or wall mounted
  • Galvanised roller unit
  • Gritted rollers
  • Worm gear (makes it easy to leave rollers)
  • Prepared for printer
  • Prepared for data transmission


  • Printer
  • Remote control
  • Name on report
  • Pedal pressure gauge
  • Calculation of retardation (%)
  • Axle weighing system
  • Motorcycle test kit
  • Cover plates


Measuring range 0 – 600 kgf
Roller unit
Length 660 mm
Height 300 mm
Width 2340 mm
Roller diameter 200 mm
Roller width 700 mm
Weight 450 k
Motor effect 5,5 kW
Power supply 3 x 230/400 VAC 50 Hz
Drive-over weight 4 tonnes