Starting at $710.00
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  • Capacities: 1000-450,000 lb (453.6-204,116.6 kg)
  • Very low profile design
  • 3 mV/V output
  • Self-centering in all directions
  • Self-checking assembly
  • 100% sideload & uplift and 300% overload protection
  • Stainless steel construction
  • Welded seal
  • Weighs accurately with as much as 3° on-parallel load
  • Integral 25ft cable


The Rice Lake RL9000 TWM load cell is a tank weighing module with rugged stainless steel construction that provides accurate weighing technology for hostile environment applications. Its low profile configuration maximizes space and its all-in-one construction minimizes installation time. Furthermore, the RL9000 TWM will accurately weigh even if the base is off level by as much as 3º. A broad range of weighing capacities from 1,000 lb to 450,000 lb enables its use in virtually any weighing application. What's more, the 100% uplift protection and self-checking design provide extreme durability. The RL9000 TWM comes standard with welded seal. Overall, the streamlined design of the RL9000 TWM provides accuracy and durability in hostile environment weighing applications.


Here's how some of our customers use this product...

Measuring Tank Level by Weight

The Background: The customer, a company that extracts compounds from plants, wants to measure tank level by measuring mass.

The Problem: The company utilizes two tanks to hold extracts, one with a 3,000 pound capacity and the other with a 30,000 pound capacity.

The Solution: The tanks each have three legs so a Rice Lake RL9000TWM load cell with 3 modules and a summing box and transmitter was suggested.

Using Mass to Verify Batching

The Background: A food processing company wants to verify the accuracy of their batching machine by measuring mass along a section of the conveyor belt.

The Problem: The company produces frozen food in 30 and 1000 pound batches which travel down a conveyor prior to being dropped into a box.

The Solution: A Rice Lake RL9000TWM load cell with a summing box and transmitter was suggested.