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NEPEAN OFFERS THE ONLY AUSTRALIAN-MADE BRAKE TESTING EQUIPMENT

03-04-2015
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Leading Australian heavy equipment manufacturer Nepean Transport has the only Australian-made brake testing equipment in the market.

Developed specifically for heavy-duty vehicles, the VIS-Check range quickly, easily and accurately analyses the vehicle’s efficiency and roadworthiness to ensure it meets standards for road registration.

Entirely engineered, designed and produced in Australia, the VIS-Check range includes in-ground, aboveground and mobile brake testing equipment.

Depending on the user’s needs, the VIS-Check model can analyse a vehicle’s brakes and or steering, suspension and undercarriage components.

Created specifically for buses, coaches, regular trucks, and large mining and industrial trucks, the VIS-Check brake testing equipment uses advanced vehicle technology to identify any concerns.

It analyses brake force, balance, wheel rolling resistance and deceleration to determine braking performance and efficiency and to detect unnecessary wear and drag on the wheels.

It also measures axle weight to gauge its impact on all running gear. The VIS-Check helps you ensure your vehicles meet road registration requirements.

Additionally, the VIS-Check brake testing equipment also allows significant improvement in the inspection of kingpins, bearings, suspension bushings, cab mounts, tie rods and all undercarriage parts to ensure the vehicle is roadworthy.

Remarkably easy to operate and user-friendly, the various VIS-Check models inspect your vehicles quickly and accurately.

The VIS-Check also generates data that can be downloaded to a windows based computer and stored in a database for further analysis.

Offering significant choice, the VIS-Check range includes mobile as well as fixed models.

The fixed models can be either above or in-ground.

Alternatively, you can select a mobile option that can be conveniently towed from site to site.

The mobile model is commonly used by state regulatory authorities for roadside inspections.

Users can also choose from the VIS-Check Wide, which is suitable for heavy-duty vehicles as wide as 3600mm, to the VIS-Check Trailer, which can test vehicles up to 2800mm wide.

Extremely robust and built to last, the VIS-Check brake testing equipment has been created for local conditions.

The key components in the VIS-Check equipment, such as the rollers, are made in such a way so as to ensure their durability and longevity.

Plus, users will be pleased to know that parts and support are available locally as the Nepean VIS-Check range is entirely Australian made.

Highly reliable and accurate, the VIS-Check range will help you to ensure the safety of your trucks, buses and coaches as well as their roadworthiness.

 

Nepean Transport

Ph: 02 4647 6868

www.nepean.com

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