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BinMaster, Eye-Grain Offering Storage Monitor Tools

Lincoln, NE-based BinMaster has allied with a Danish company to bring a new line of grain storage monitoring equipment to North and South America.

BinMaster will market and manufacture a line of temperature, moisture, and carbon dioxide sensors called Crop-Protector, developed by Eye-Grain of Denmark.

Crop-Protector sensors include digital temperature and moisture monitoring cables for bins and silos.

“Crop-Protector grain conditioning systems are already proven in grain storage facilities in many international markets,” said Peer Hansen, biochemist and director of marketing and sales for Eye-Grain. “BinMaster’s ISO 9001:2008 manufacturing and experienced staff will ensure that grain facilities get top quality products and personal service in the North and South American markets.”

BinMaster will offer the Crop-Protector monitoring and control solutions as complete systems including communication hubs, wall-mounted touch screens, and software for a turnkey solution with continuous monitoring of stored grain conditions, automated alerts, and other options.

“Temperature and moisture monitoring systems are a perfect complement to BinMaster’s line of level controls and inventory monitoring systems,” said Scott McLain, CEO of BinMaster.

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