The moisture content of grains is a critical parameter that affects their quality and market value
A grain moisture sensor is a device used to measure the moisture content of grains such as wheat, corn, rice, barley, etc. It is an important tool in the agricultural industry as it helps farmers determine the optimal time for harvesting, drying, and storing their crops.
The moisture content of grains is a critical parameter that affects their quality and market value. If grains are harvested or stored with excessive moisture, they can develop mold, spoilage, and reduced shelf life. On the other hand, if grains are too dry, they may become brittle and prone to damage during handling and processing.
The moisture readings obtained from these sensors can be displayed on a digital screen or transmitted to a computer or mobile device for further analysis and record-keeping. This information helps farmers make informed decisions about when to harvest, dry, and store their grains, optimizing both quality and yield.
It's worth noting that different grains may have different optimal moisture levels, and specific calibration may be required for accurate measurements.
Unlike other manufacturers of sensors, our microwave grain moisture sensor А315 has a significant advantage - it does not require calibration. It is calibrated by us in production for 25 different crops, which are displayed on the control panel, and when using it, you only need to select the product that is dried. This provides extreme operator comfort and high compliance with drying standards.