Kansas State University has opened a $3.5 million Bulk Solids Innovation Center in Salina, Kan. — and Lincoln, Neb.-based BinMaster has donated equipment to the program.
BinMaster donated several items to the university, including Maxima+rotaries, vibrating rod level sensors, dust detection sensors and Airbrator aeration devices.
The Bulk Solids Innovation Center is especially geared toward the food, plastics and chemical industries.
“The Innovation Center will benefit the Midwest region, but will also impact the global market, and it's an honor to be part of that,” said BinMaster CEO Scott McLain.
BinMaster makes sensors for the measurement of bulk solid and liquid materials. BinMaster is a division of Garner Industries.
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