Electronic Brake Stroke Monitoring System (BSLI)
Always know when the brakes need adjusting by simply pressing the brake pedal and watch the light.
When installed on either a truck or a trailer ( does not work on disc brakes ) simply press the brake pedal and watch the light. Should the light come on, schedule a brake adjustment at the earliest convenience.
The system is independent, does not matter if the system is on a trailer and the truck does not have it installed or if the truck has the system installed and the trailer does not. It will work on which ever vehicle has the system installed.
Mounts to the brake chamber stud and the brake chamber pushrod.
Protect your driving point privileges, avoid costly fines and vehicle impoundments.
In Ontario, 1 wheel out of adjustment = $490 to the company
and $390 to the driver. Having more then 1 wheel out gets more expensive.
The BSLI costs less then the fine to the driver.
The Number 1 Infraction
Brakes Out Of Adjustment. It is no secret and well known in the industry that brakes out of adjustment is the #1 infraction/ issue when trucks get pulled over or checked at the scales. BSLI is a tool that alerts an operator to have the brake adjustment checked. The equipment is still legal to operate but brake service should be done at the earliest convenience to avoid fines & down time. The standard 30/30 brake chambers legal stroke is 2 inches and the long stroke brake chambers is 2.5 inches. The BSLI system will trigger the light when the brake stroke adjustment is ¼ inch from its legally allowed travel limit.
Pros Of The BSLI
With the new age of “safety in the workplace”, properly functioning brakes is and will always be the main focus on heavy equipment inspections.
Not every trailer can maintain a regular maintenance schedule, some never make it back to the yard for months and the only maintenance they will receive is the yearly safety.
Adding the BSLI to a truck or trailer will always alert the operator of potential brakes out of adjustment issues allowing ample time to have the issue dealt with.
Trust The BSLI, Trust The Light.