Jenny Products, Inc., Somerset, Pennsylvania, has introduced its GC5A-60V single-stage air compressor, featuring a 60-gallon vertical air tank and an industrial-grade 5-horsepower motor. The compressor is ideal for use in farm shops. The GC5A-60V provides 27.8 cubic feet per minute at 125 pounds per square inch through a cast-iron compressor pump. The pump offers a lubrication system using synthetic compressor oil. An oversized flywheel and a directional air shroud further assist in pump cooling. For more information, call 814-445-3400 or visit www.jennyproductsinc.com.
Clark Solutions, Hudson, Massachusetts, has introduced two liines of drill-driven impeller pumps for corrosive and noncorrosive fluid transfer applications. The U2001 drill-driven impeller pump is for transferring clean or contaminated noncorrosive fluids and features an aluminum pump body. The N2001 series drill-driven impeller pump features a stainless steel housing and is best suited for transferring corrosive fluids. Both pump models are driven by a standard electric or cordless drill. For more information, call 800-253-2497 or visit www.clarksol.com.
Company offers lifetime warranty on hopper, bin roofs
Superior Manufacturing, Kindrid, North Dakota, offers a lifetime warranty on hopper and farm bin roofs.
Superior manufactures its roofs to withstand wind gusts up to 90 miles per hour and snow loads of up to 37 pounds per square foot. The warranty covers the cost of materials in replacing a Superior bin roof in the unlikely event that one is severely damaged. Several sturdy features contribute to a Superior roof’s strength and durability. A series of 3.5-inch-deep rigidized roof ribs are secured together by wind rings in a single and resilient unit. Individual pipe pieces come together and further fasten the roof and its wind rings by clamping a locking bracket at every roof rib. These brackets eliminate the twists and displacements that are common with expansion bolts.
Superior’s roof sheets run from the sidewall sheets to the top peak ring to keep the entire roof in one unit. This compares to an apron design that leaves weak points in the roof. Further, Superior bolts roof panels to the sidewall sheets in four locations to provide strength and reinforcement at crucial structural points of the bin. The roof also comes with six 20-by-20-inch vents, which are the industry’s largest vents.
For more information, call 877-989-5747 or visit www.superiorbins.com.
Website redesign puts ag tests at fingertips
An extensive redevelopment of www.dairylandlabs.net provides customers an interactive online resource center, symbolic of the commitment by Dairyland Laboratories, Inc., Arcadia, Wisconsin, to meet the newest and emerging needs in agricultural testing.
The new website offers customers multiple ways to view and compare results through a password-protected portal. Charts with mouse-over features allow users to easily follow and interpret test results to make sound decisions that boost their bottom line. The website’s design and organization delivers content for Dairyland’s feed, forage and agronomy services.
Dairyland Laboratory’s services include analysis of feed, forage, plant tissue, soil, water, manure, molds and mycotoxins. Their client base extends worldwide to serve dairy and livestock producers, nutritionists, crop growers, equipment manufacturers, homeowners, hunters and others looking for accurate and timely test results and interactive tools to benefit their livelihood.
The site offers details on Dairyland’s vast array of agricultural analytical packages and tests for wet chemistry and near infrared (NIR) technologies. For more information, call 608-323-2123 or visit www.dairylandlabs.net.
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