AgraTronix, a leading manufacturer of electric fencing systems and electronic moisture sensing instrumentation, recently launched the Power Wizard website. This online resource provides farmers and ranchers with information on selection and installation of electric fence energizers and equipment.
“Cattle ranchers, dairy farmers and farming hobbyists actively seek information about how to install, troubleshoot and maintain their electric fences,”said Deidra Roberts, VP of Marketing at AgraTronix. “The Power Wizard website includes a library of valuable articles that help farmers use the Power Wizard electric fence product line effectively and provides the answers to frequently asked questions.”
Additionally, visitors to the website can sign up for the Power Wizard e-newsletter to receive instructional information on Power Wizard fence charger products, trends in the electrical fence industry and articles demonstrating how farmers use the Power Wizard products.
For more information about Power Wizard branded energizers, visit www.PowerWizardInc.com
The advanced technology supports most of the critical business processes in the region’s sugar industry supply chain by acting as the catalyst for implementing precision farming technology, from improved harvesting and transport management to more efficient milling operations.
South Africa-based Technical Systems, a leading poultry and pig feeding systems manufacturer, has developed an innovative Corner Unit for hard wearing and trouble-free direction changes in the chain feeding system.
The 90 degree Corner Unit has a solid housing with a heat treated guide rail and self-lubricating synthetic bush, to ensure maintenance-free, smooth operation, even at high speeds, according to the company.
The flexible Fatiqless Auger model, launched recently, has proved itself in stringent oscillator tests and results over the last two years have been positive. This Auger is also treated with a surface oxidation resistant oil finish, and is available world-wide through network of warehouses.
“This is not the first time the company has shown its enterprising capabilities. With the addition of chromium, molybdenum and manganese to its base material it has changed the content of flat feeder chain to such an extent that it has set a standard for the industry. In addition, by conducting in-house the processes of heat treatment and wire flattening, product integrity and consistency can be maintained, and equipment manufactured according to specific needs,” said Alberto Louw Strategic Business Development Director, Technical Systems.
“Due to market demand, Technical Systems is also considering manufacturing longer lengths of auger (1 000m plus), the current maximum length being 150m. This will enable clients to cut costs by minimising off-cut waste, labour and freight charges. The company has also addressed environmental issues with the building better extractors and spray booths to reduce fume and gas toxicity and which also provide a more aesthetic paint finish,” Louw added.
A key factor in Technical Systems’ steady growth is its location. “We are well positioned for easy access to both hemispheres and with warehouse facilities in Brazil, Rotterdam, the US and China we virtually cover the globe. Technical Systems exports 96 per cent of its volumes to 42 countries on all seven continents.”
The company’s ability to manufacture both flat chain and auger is a notable advantage as it maximizes container space with the auger fitting neatly inside the chain. The company also supplies flattened wire to competitors overseas. Nearly half of its product is exported to Europe with South Africa amounting to only three per cent of the market.
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