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Maxi-Tronic, Inc. Introduces MaxiScan™ 24
Date Posted: Nov 27, 2017
Loveland, OH, November 27 – Maxi-Tronic, Inc.’s new MaxiScan™ 24 has been announced by Scott Chant, President.
MaxiScan 24 leverages current technology to provide more advanced features in a smaller enclosure than ever before. MaxiScan 24 accepts up to 24 sensor inputs for essential protection of elevators, conveyors and other equipment. Alarming, logging and graphing is displayed on an intuitive touch screen, avoiding a complex user interface, user manual, and installation.MaxiScan 24 monitors bearing, surface-mount temperature, belt misalignment, flow and other sensors. Each temperature sensor has individual set-points, and there is real-time graphing for each sensor.
With Internet access MaxiScan 24 has built-inautomatic text and email alert delivery to multiple recipients in the event of an alert or alarm condition. The recipients have immediate access to the MaxiScan data from any web enabled device including cell phone, tablet and PC. All warnings, alarms, logins, and overrides are automatically logged and archived. The system is password protected.
MaxiScan 24 can be installed standalone, integrated with MaxiTrack™ software, or with a PLC system, hard wired or wirelessly. It has both Modbus and RS485 outputs.
MaxiScan 24 will be on display at upcoming trade shows in the Safe-Grain / Maxi-Tronic booth. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call toll-free 800-659-8250 in the USA.
Safe-Grain, Inc. Introduces Radar Continuous Level Monitoring
Date Posted: January 13, 2017
Loveland, OH, January 13 – Safe-Grain, Inc.’s new RadarTrack™ has been selected by GEAPS for the What’s New program 2017 presented at the annual GEAPS Expo, according to Scott Chant, President. Chant will be the guest speaker presenting the new product’s features and benefits to an expected large audience.
RadarTrack continuously measures fill levels in concrete or steel storage silos and bins. It can be mountedon a flat or sloped roof and above a flat or hopper bottom structure.
RadarTrack utilizes a narrow, 4 degree 78 GHz beam to achieve greater accuracy. It is not influenced by fixed obstructions or suspended dust. With a simple two-wire connection and mounting flange, installation is easy.
RadarTrack can be integrated with the SafeTrack™ wireless temperature system, a PLC system, or with a standalone display. It may be hard wired or wirelessly connected to the monitoring system. It conforms to the requirements of FM/CSA Class II Div 1, Class I Div 2; ATEX II 1D, 1/2D, 2D, ATEX II 3G, IECEx.
RadarTrack will be on display at GEAPS in the Safe-Grain, Inc. booth #1416. For more information email email@example.com or call toll-free 800-659-8250 in the USA.
Maxi-Tronic, Inc. Appoints Mark Myers as Marketing Director
Loveland, OH – November 15 – Mark Myers has been named Marketing Director at Maxi-Tronic, Inc., according to Scott Chant, President.
In his new position, Myers will be responsible for the development of resources to help promote the sale and use of Safe-Grain™ and Maxi-Tronic™ products.
He will also help to coordinate after-sale support services and assist in the enhancement of Safe-Grain, Inc. product lines.
Maxi-Tronic, Inc. designs and manufactures products for hazard monitoring and management of conveyors and stored grain, including temperature, motion, flow, and level detection, as well as controllers, software, aeration and dust control systems.
Prior to his employment with Maxi-Tronic Myers had 40 years of experience in both domestic and international sales management, as well as with the design, sales, and construction of facilities for the storage and processing of grain and other materials.
In a joint effort with Safe-Grain / Maxi-Tronic, Inc. and others Myers developed educational resources widely presented to port facilities, grain storage and feed mill managers and technicians in Europe, Asia, Central and South America and Mexico.
Myers has worked in over thirty countries worldwide. He most recently held various management positions with Brock Grain Systems in Milford, IN.
Myers attended Hesston College, Hesston, KS, Wittenberg University, Springfield, OH, and Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs, CO. He holds a degree in Business Administration.
A native of Ohio, Myers and his wife will be moving to the Indianapolis, IN area.
For more information, please contact Scott Chant at 513-398-2500 or firstname.lastname@example.org