More than 10,000 farm fires are recorded worldwide every year. 25% of the fires originate from spontaneous combustion of hay. This natural phenomenon can cause losses of hundreds of thousands of euros for the farm.
With sensors placed inside haystacks, the HAYTECH system monitors the temperature conditions of your hay – continuously and in real-time. You can check the status anytime through a web interface.
Early warnings about overheating in your hay storage give you time to act. HAYTECH helps you to avoid risks of business disruptions and life threatening accidents. You have one thing less to worry about.
Quanturi's HAYTECH solution does not only improve the safety of your farm, but it also keeps you updated on the quality of your fodder. HAYTECH is robust and easy to use – it does not add constraints to your daily work. HAYTECH solution is reliable, it gives you valuable and trustworthy information about your farm and increases your profitability – and your peace of mind.
HAYTECH monitors continuously the condition of your haystack. In case of an abnormal situation, you will receive an alarm message. You can review the real-time status or backtrack to past measurements. The interactive 3D visualization provides a view on the barn layout so you can locate the hot spots.
The quality of fodder is an essential element in your business. As the conditions are monitored throughout storage time, the HAYTECH system provides a clear indication about the quality of your fodder. It provides better traceability, reliable quality certification, and better management of your fodder.
We will get back to you soon with a HAYTECH offer that is tailored for the needs of your farm.
Use the form below to fill in the requested contact information and the hay production details of your farm. We will get back to you soon with more information about HAYTECH availability and an offer that is tailored for the needs of your farm. You can also contact email@example.com directly.
In autumn 2017 we will demonstrate the HAYTECH system at following agricultural fairs.