Hay moisture tester

Moisture tester for hay and straw

Hay moisture tester 50 cm Agreto
Hay moisture tester 50 cm

Agreto HFM II

The Agreto HFM II hay and straw moisture meter is a fast determination device for measuring the moisture of compressed hay and straw.

The measurement is made by piercing the lance into the bale, the display of the result is in real time.

Benefits of hay and straw moisture meters

  • Moisture control during harvest, purchase and sale
  • Ensures foot quality and prevents damage through fungal decay or rot
  • Increases storage security and prevents from fire
  • Save time and costs due to unusable bales

Application areas of the hay and straw moisture meter

Testing bales before baling

Producing hay and straw

When harvesting forage, a lot depends on timing. The moisture of the material determines, when it should be baled. If the moisture is low enough, baling can be started or continued.

Check moisture while drying haybales

Drying hay

The drying process should be done as energy-efficiently as possible. For monitoring, the moisture is continuously measured to finish the drying process at the ideal time

Trading hay and straw

Trading with hay and straw

Buyers of hay and straw want to buy untained goods with low moisture content. Too wet bales should be eliminated by the seller to avoid complaints.

Feeding hay to cattle

Feeding hay

High feed quality is the foundation for successful livestock farming. For animal farmers it is important to know the moisture content of hay bales as an important quality factor.

The ideal probe length for every application

Hay moisture tester 25 cm Agreto

25 cm

The short version for quick measuring when baling.

Hay moisture tester 50 cm Agreto

50 cm

The standard length for universal use.

Hay moisture tester 100 cm Agreto

100 cm

The longer version for checking bales on a traler.

Hay moisture tester 200 cm Agreto

200 cm

The longest version for checking bales in store or the haystack.

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Why Agreto?

Agreto hay and straw moisture meter box

Advantages for dealers and OEM partners

  • Relyable manufacturer from Austria with professional service
  • Market leading device in many countries worldwide
  • High quality product with very low service effort
  • Instruction manual in 25 languages
  • Promotional packaging with hanging loop
  • Individualization of the product for OEM partners possible
Agreto 5 years warranty

Advantages for users

  • Robust - One continuous stainless steel lance from the tip to the end of the handle
  • Fast - Only 0.5 seconds from switching on until the first measurement result, no calibration needed
  • Practicable - Ongoing display of the readings during the measurement procedure for rapid moisture measurement at different locations within the bale with no key pressure necessary
  • Safe - Acoustic alarm when exceeding the adjustable humidity value
  • Durable - 5 years warranty

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Manual Agreto Hay moisture tester

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Datesheet Agreto Hay moisture tester

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QuickGuide Agreto Hay moisture tester

Quick Guide

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Technical data

Length of probe:25 / 50 / 100 / 200 cm
Moisture range:9 to 70 %
Resolution:0.1 %
Accuracy:0.8 %
Temperature range:0 to 100 C, 32 to 212 F
Resolution:1.0 degree
Power supply:9 V battery (included)
Weight (50 cm):650 g
Device dimensions (50 cm):772 x 70 x 48 mm (l-w-h)
Box dimensions (50 cm):800 x 78 x 54 mm (l-w-h)

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