Automatic moisture sensor for grain drier control
The Automatic Moisture Sensor is intended for continuous measurement of moisture at the inlet and/or outlet of a continuous mixed flow drier. We have three options available, which are detailed below.
The purpose of the Automatic Moisture Sensor is to save fuel & time by not over-drying your crop.
Products that can be measured as standard include: wheat, barley, oats, triticale, rye, corn, buckwheat, millet, sorghum, rice, coffee, peas, lupin, soybean, rape, sunflower, jojoba, seaweed.
- Accurate to within 0.5% (MC 5% to 18%).
- Accurate to within 1% (MC 18% to 40%).
- Fully integrated into our own PLC control software for the drier.
- Can be installed into any make of existing drier or as a standalone system.
- IP65 – suitable for outdoor applications.
- Proven technology.
- Increases revenue by not over-drying your crop.
Auto drier control using exhaust air temperature sensor at the top of the drier and moisture measuring sensor on drier outlet only.
This is our most cost-effective option, which gives excellent control, but does not record the product input moisture content. This option can be connected to our in-house designed & programmed PLC control panel.
A second sensor can be added at a later date if required.
Auto drier control using a moisture measuring sensor at the drier inlet and a moisture measuring sensor on the drier outlet.
This system has the advantage of recording the input grain moisture content and outlet grain moisture content to make a complete record. This option can be connected to our in-house designed & programmed PLC control panel.
Standalone single sensor and sampling auger with display. This system is ideally suited to driers that are hard-wired or not manufactured by Perry of Oakley Ltd. It is a standalone system that has no PLC panel connectivity.
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