L.B. White offers Smart Sense, a pig barn heating technology that automatically modulates the environment to maintain a precise, even heat compared to manual on-off control systems. Smart Sense functions through the pig building control system. It operates at maximum efficiency to provide fuel cost savings up to 35%, consistent room temperature, enhanced animal welfare, better pig produc-tion and improved air quality. Smart Sense generates only the amount of heat required to reach, maintain and hold a desired room temperature in barns by modulating Btu output. This is achieved through proprietary technology engineered for L.B. White forced-air heaters and radiant-heater brooders.
For more information, call (800) 345-7200 or visit www.lbwhite.com.
The Warrior series scale from Adam Equipment is perfect for weighing animals of various sizes from 16 lb. to 330 lb. It offers readabilities in grams, kilograms, ounces and pounds. These scales offer selectable, multi-language text for printing. The Warrior’s 304-grade stainless steel construction protects against dust and wet environments. Rubber feet with stainless steel threads ensure stability during weighing. The indicator is adjustable and rotates 360 degrees. Three LEDS streamline check-weighing to show if the desired weight is achieved. The keypad features large, color-coded keys. The scales interface readily with computers and printers. The unit has a rechargeable battery.
For more information, visit www.adamequipment.com .
Avery Weigh-Tronix introduces eight new indicators to provide fast, accurate measurements as well as analyze, store, display and transmit crucial weighing data to offer an adaptable weighing solution. The ZM Series Model 301 provides simple-to-operate, basic weigh-reading indicators with high-speed-capturing capabilities and ability to configure to individual weighing needs. The ZM Series Model 303 allows users to quickly switch between weighing applications and offers extensive memory storage with easy retrieval features. The series also offers high-contrast display for easy visibility.
For more information, call (800)
368-2039 or visit www.wtxweb.com .
Prima Tech recently introduced the 0.3 ml adjustable bottle mount vaccinator. The vaccinator offers producers the confidence of a full-stroke when the dosage is set at 0.3 ml, also providing a very comfortable and deliberate feel, even when adjusted to the lower settings. The syringe features a precision-molded alloy barrel and a stainless steel plunger. The syringe normally primes in the 0.1 ml setting in four strokes, even with viscous liquids. Laboratory tests have shown the 0.1 ml, 0.2 ml and 0.3 ml settings to be accurate within 2%.
For more information, visit www.primatechusa.com .
These new products were recently introduced to the pork industry and are featured in the September 15, 2012 issue of National Hog Farmer.
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