With Counter at zero, load truck or rail car and record weight.
Then run truck or rail car over scale and get actual scale weight.
Divide actual weight by test weight of product and K-factor.
This will give you counts or number of pockets for this weight.
Total weight divided by total counts or pockets gives pounds per
compartment. Divide this by test weight and you get the actual K-factor.
Most Used K-Factors (Bushels per compartment)
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or fax at 651- 641-7234
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Allied Equipment Sales, Inc.
1821 University Ave
Suite 171 N.
St. Paul, Minnesota