In-Ground Brake Tester
Our DVSA-approved in-ground brake tester is strong, durable and suitable for testing all vehicles up to a maximum axle load of 20,000kg.
The Totalkare in-ground brake tester is DVSA-approved and is built to meet the toughest of vehicle inspection centre or workshop requirements.
The in-ground brake tester can be installed as a standalone application, across an existing pit or as part of an Authorised Testing Facility (ATF) lane. Totalkare can manage any necessary civil works on your behalf.
It comes supplied with a handheld tablet unit that communicates wirelessly with the brake tester, offering an advantage over traditional fixed displays which can often be obscured by the vehicle being tested. By using the tablet, you can test from the comfort of the driver’s seat in a matter of minutes.
Retrofit upgrades are available if required, and the brake tester can be customised with a range of features including load simulation, tachograph calibration, bi-directional rollers and more.
- Maximum axle load between 6,000kg - 20,000kg depending on model
- Install across a pit or as part of an ATF lane
- Roller area cover plate design angled to minimise risk of tyre damage
- Roller wear surfaces based on mesh steel for durability and accurate measurements
- Tablet interface allows user to control and monitor test results directly on handheld unit
- Easy-to-use diagnostics software provides advanced data collection, storage and presentation of results
- Highest quality galvanised steel
- Suitable for retrofit upgrade if required
- Connected equipment ready
Our DVSA-approved in-ground brake tester is strong, durable and suitable for testing all vehicles up to a maximum axle load of 20,000kg. It can be installed over an existing pit or as part of an ATF lane.
Highest quality galvanised steel
Consists of an integral motorised gearbox, two main rollers and a spring-loaded sensor roller, all placed in a galvanised steel frame.Find out more
Mesh steel rollers
The wear surfaces of the rollers are based on mesh steel to ensure a long lifetime and accurate measurements.
Angled cover plate
Roller area cover plate design angled to minimise risk of tyre damage.
Handheld display & remote control
The tablet display allows for touch screen monitoring and operation from the driver’s seat, eliminating the inconvenience of visual obstructions and communication issues.
Optional upgrades available
Upgrade your mobile brake tester with bi-directional rollers, tachograph calibration, play detection and load simulation.
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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS THINK
Workshop Manager, Transam Trucking
The difference is already huge…
The in-ground brake tester has only been in a few months, but the difference is already huge, with the capacity to test 20 vehicles – ranging in size from a sprinter van to a 53 ft arctic – every day.
Managing Director, WS Coachworks
Will deliver considerable savings in both time and expenditure…
We chose Totalkare’s brake tester based on the quality of the product and the excellent service and maintenance contracts offered by the Company. Bringing our brake testing in-house will deliver considerable savings in both time and expenditure, enabling us to serve our customers better as a result.
Impressed with the smooth transition…
We were very impressed with the smooth transition by Totalkare replacing the old brake rollers and implementing their model.