PRESS RELEASE: Agile alarm application saves money on many fields
Quanturi Oy based in Espoo, Finland started to conquer the world by launching a temperature measuring system to detect temperature increase and self-combustion in hay storages. Now the company’s advanced technological innovation has prevented damage worth a quarter of a million Euros in Blomberg Stevedoring's warehouse in Vaasa.
An eye on your woodchips 24/7
Through our online platform you can monitor the real time status of your woodchip with wireless sensors anywhere, around the clock. If the temperature is not right, the Quanturi system will alert you so you can take immediate action.
The Quanturi wireless compost temperature monitoring system
The Quanturi compost system wirelessly monitors the temperature of your compost. It reduces labor costs while increasing efficiency, quality, and operational control.
How does the HAYTECH system for loose hay work?
HAYTECH monitors the hay temperature and warns you about abnormal conditions. Our wireless temperature monitoring probes are fully customizable up to 250 cm, making them a great fit for all different sized farms and hay storage facilities.
How does the HAYTECH system work?
The probes of the HAYTECH system measure the hay temperature and you can see the temperature status in the Haytech.net monitoring application. In case of overheating you will receive alert SMS messages to your mobile phone.
Heat spoils the fodder
Hay fermentation does not only cause fire risks, but it also reduces hay quality. Once hay has reached 50°C (120°F) temperature, its digestibility and nutritional values are significantly and irreversibly lowered. Continuous temperature monitoring over the fermentation period provides an quality indicator for individual hay bales.
Hay warming causes danger
Fermentation is inevitable for fresh hay, and auto-combustion is its unpredictable consequence. Hay moisture and harvesting weather change from year to year, even from field to field. The risk is present even for the most experienced and most cautious farmer.