As evening frost begins to gather on our grass at home, we pull our fall sweaters out of storage and temperatures start to dip at night, it’s time to start thinking about those crops that are still waiting in the field for harvest.
The Old Farmer’s Almanac was first published in 1792. It was created by Benjamin Franklin to predict things like the times for the rising and setting of the sun, as well as the patterns of the tides, and overall weather predictions. And, as the name suggests, the Almanac served as a helpful guide, providing dates for farmers to know when to plow up the strawberry bed, or when to plant rutabagas.
Topics: Harvest Determiner
As of 2018, the global production of polymers reached 360 million metric tons. And by the year 2050, it’s estimated that the production of polymers will triple, accounting for one-fifth of total global oil consumption.
Moisture balances can be incredibly useful instruments—in labs, research facilities, the pharmaceutical industry, the paper industry, with food, plastics, chemicals— and beyond.
Topics: Moisture Balance
Summer seems like the perfect time to get all kinds of construction projects done. The weather is warm, the sun is out and days are longer, allowing you more time to accomplish your tasks.
Topics: Moisture Meter
A good laboratory mixer can make all the difference in your finished product, whether that be paper, polymer, chemicals, food or other substances.
Since over half of the population relies on rice as a dietary staple, and one-fifth of the world’s population—over one billion people—depends on rice cultivation for their very livelihood, the quality and success of rice crops are vital to both the global food supply and the global economy.
Topics: Whiteness Meter
The plastics industry is one of the largest in the United States—it’s the third-largest manufacturing industry in the country, employing nearly 1 million people and grossing $380 billion annually.
Topics: polymer stress monitor
In one year, 740 million tons of rice were grown and harvested across the globe, as a main source of nutrition for the majority of people on earth. Rice is an undeniable food staple globally, accounting for 42% of the human population’s total caloric consumption. And for some in poorer countries, it can account for 50% or more of daily caloric intake.
Here at Kett, we understand how important precision can be, that the slightest variable or error in a reading can be majorly costly—and sometimes even dangerous—for you and your team.
Topics: Moisture Analyzer