Swine and poultry operations have a new solution to eliminate complex spreadsheets and climbing bins. Battery-powered, wireless sensors are combined with intuitive, simple software to automatically measure feed inventory. FeedView delivers timely data to a smartphone, tablet, or PC – transforming the way farms schedule feed deliveries.
BinMaster veterans Mike Mossage and Nathan Grube were promoted to the roles of Regional Vice President. This promotion comes in recognition of their outstanding commitment to service, product application knowledge, and sense of urgency in satisfying customers.
Todd Peterson has been promoted to the new role of Director of Technical Services at BinMaster. For a company that puts customer service first, this new position addresses the company’s growing and diverse product line and commitment to outstanding technical support.
October 17, 2017
Garner Industries of Lincoln has been named Nebraska’s mid-sized manufacturer of the year by the Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry. The company was honored Thursday, Oct. 12, at the State Chamber’s Manufacturing and Distribution Executive Summit held at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha. The Nebraska Manufacturer of the Year award has been presented annually since 2008 to Nebraska manufacturers that successfully implement innovative ways of conducting business using new products, processes, technologies and strategies.
September 15, 2017
Garner Industries, including their BinMaster division, was awarded ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System certification for consistently demonstrating products and services that meet customer and regulatory requirements and a commitment to enhancing customer satisfaction.
June 29, 2017
Garner Industries is investing more than $3 million dollars to expand its operations in Lincoln, Nebraska with a 40,000-square foot addition to its existing 75,000 square foot building. The addition will accommodate the company’s growing manufacturing operation and provide additional warehouse space.
Reduce the cost and complexity of installing silo inventory management systems using BinMaster’s new wireless communication solutions. Easily programmable, compact devices replace wires with over-the-air technology.
Operations processing powders, fine-grained, or coarse-grained bulk solids can add the VR-90 vibrating rod or VF-95 vibrating fork to their arsenal of point level sensors for hazardous locations.
Processing operations facing challenging conditions measuring liquid levels in storage tanks will welcome this new 80 GHz non-contact radar level sensor.
Wiring complexity and costs can be an obstacle when installing level sensors. BinMaster's new SPL-100 battery-powered single point laser allows use of level sensors on silos or in remote locations where inventory monitoring has not been feasible.
The simple-to-install 1-1/2” NPT NCR-80 non-contact radar now offers optional Class II certifications for hazardous locations. This 80 GHz sensor focuses its powerful signal in a narrow 4° beam to penetrate dust and accurately measure solids in silos up to 80 feet tall.