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Seconds Count with Sensors & SIlos
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Culture & digital transformation in bulk supply chains
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smart silo and BinCloud
Master the art of smart silos
Flow detect sensor
Preventing plugs in food processing
Global supply optimization, material aggregation
Global supply optimization, material aggregation
Human-centric sensor, software
Human-centric sensor, software
One login for multiple sites, bins
One login for multiple sites, bins
One login for multiple sites, bins
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One login for multiple sites, bins

 In the face of soaring inflation, intense competition, and supply chain challenges, industries are turning to technology solutions, particularly Industry 4.0 goals, to stay competitive. McKinsey & Company’s study highlights the cement industry’s need for digitization, sustainability, and resilience to lower operating costs and boost productivity. The World Economic Forum’s 2020 report identified 54 Industry 4.0 leaders in manufacturing, but none were in the cement sector. The study emphasizes the potential of digitization and sustainability efforts to enhance productivity, with technology enabling remote collaboration and quick decision-making.
Addressing the challenges faced by the concrete, manufacturing, and agricultural industries operating across multiple locations, BinMaster introduces SiteView within its CementView platform. This cloud-based software facilitates centralized bulk material inventory management, aiding organizations with better decision-making in purchasing, forecasting, and material movement across sites. The BinMaster system, exemplified by a case serving 58 silos across four states, provides real-time bulk inventory data to dispersed teams, enhancing operational efficiency through custom reports, usage projections, and automated alerts via the BinCloud inventory management software.

Flow detect sensor
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Preventing plugs in food processing

Consequences of chute blockages in the food industry include disrupted operations and significant losses in production, labor, and reputation. BinMaster’s Flow Detect, which is a mass flow detector; as well as capacitance probes, rotaries, and vibrating probes, to monitor bulk material flow, or no flow conditions.

German Engineering Federation statistics say that 75% of respondents in the industry faced chute blockages, resulting in a costly average downtime of six hours at $250,000 per incident. EHS Today underscores the link between manufacturing accidents and poorly maintained machinery, urging the food production sector to adopt preventive measures through advanced chute detection technologies and meticulous design strategies.

Concrete Colossus and CementView
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Concrete Colossus and CementView

Sometimes stories illustrate solutions. A major concrete company reduced material shortages and simplified life for drivers and dispatchers using sensors and cloud software called CementView®. Read the story of how a company with 10 ready-mix plant locations automated monitoring of 58 silos containing cement powder, IPF, and fly ash. CementView® keeps dispatchers informed. Using a PC, tablet, or phone dispatchers can monitor inventory for each silo and plant location by material. Text and email messages automatically alert to low levels.

Concrete Colossus

Superman-like Laser Sensors Swoop Cement Data to You
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Superman-like Laser Sensors Swoop Cement Data to You

Cement managers find workplace injuries akin to kryptonite. Like popular super heroes, they’re ready to rid their world of danger. Cement producers know the challenges of bulk materials in the industry. Cement, for example, contains various types of chemicals in addition to lime and silica. According to the Centers for Disease Control, if not careful, people can experience health complications, with eyes, skin and respiratory disorders. Climbing bins and silos to measure what’s inside just doesn’t make sense. BinMaster non-contact level sensors can measure levels in a silo using 3D scanners, laser, or radar technologies to ensure accurate monitoring of product levels. Let’s compare these technologies.

Superman-like Laser Sensors Swoop Cement to You

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