EXTRON'S ELI WIRELESS LEVEL CABLE MAKE LIFE EASIER Brothers Mark and Mike Krcil farm 3,000 acres near Glencoe, Minn., and the fourth-generation farmers work land that has been in their family for more than 100 years. In the past they used temp cables that had to be read manually to get an idea of what
Extron is excited to have our new, intrinsically safe wireless temperature transmitter featured on World-Grain's post GEAPS Idea Exchange 2017 round up. [READ MORE] The new wireless transmitter joins Extron's Grain Management Solutions product line. The transmitter is battery powered and equipped with wireless communication ability thereby eliminating the need for excessive lead wire. Retrofitting is easy
Extron was recently prominently featured in the September 2016 edition of Control Magazine. In an article entitled “Remote Sensing Leads to Big Harvest,” the publication highlighted how Extron, Control Assemblies and RRAMAC work together to provide sensing, networking and support service for grain monitoring, seed treating and related systems. The remote sensors and wireless networking that
Grain Journal Article: Extron Monitoring System Detects Hot Spot in Idaho Ground Pile Rudy deWit estimates that his facility's Extron Grain Management System saved his company $100,000 worth of wheat stored in a temporary ground pile, when it detected an unsuspected hot spot. The 1-million-bushel pile is located at Thresher Artisan Wheat's 2.5 million-bushel grain elevator
Publication: World Grain BLACKFOOT, IDAHO, U.S. — Thresher Artisan Wheat, an Agspring Company that provides wheat and grain crop for the food industry, recently installed two new remote monitoring systems at its grain management facility in American Falls, Idaho, U.S., to remotely monitor wheat conditions. Since 2014, Thresher has been using Extron Company’s technology to
Mark Spindler was recently quoted in an article featured in Grain Journal Magazine discussing the changing trends in hazard monitoring. The article discusses the most influential differences between hazard monitoring of the past and the hazard monitoring of the future. The Most Notable Trends: Mobile technology and automation have changed the monitoring game for good.
By: Grant Gerke Published: September 21, 2015 Automationworld.com In 2014, Kansas State University (KSU) unveiled the sprawling $16 million O.H. Kruse Feed Technology Center in Manhattan, Kan., that houses a 5 tons/hour production feed mill and a Feed Safety Research Center (FSRC). The 142-foot-tall building rises over the campus much in the same way the