Hay moisture tester
Moisture tester for hay and straw
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 a hay and straw moisture meters
Application areas of the hay and straw moisture meter
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.
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 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.
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
The short version for quick measuring when baling.
The standard length for universal use.
The longer version for checking bales on a traler.
The longest version for checking bales in store or the haystack.
Advantages for dealers and OEM partners
Advantages for users
|Length of probe:||25 / 50 / 100 / 200 cm|
|Moisture range:||9 to 70 %|
|Temperature range:||0 to 100 C, 32 to 212 F|
|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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