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BTM (Bin Temp Memory)

Speed Sensors

EZMount™ 21

EZ521 Controller

Bearing Temp Sensors

HB21 Internal Sensors

Flatpack External Sensors

Belt Misalignment

BeltTrack Switches

RB21 Temp Sensors

MaxiTrack™ v2 Software


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Our Mission

To provide excellent products at an affordable price and provide the best customer service in the industry while always remembering that we exist to help people manage their commodities to feed the world.

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For everyone; Commercial operation to managing a large or small family farm.

Why Us

Tri-states Grain Conditioning (TSGC) is one of the most well known suppliers of temperature and moisture monitoring systems for grains and commodities in the USA and more than 40 countries around the world.

 If you store corn, soybeans, wheat, rice, canola, lentils, peas, cottonseed, pistachios, walnuts, almonds, peanuts, barley, oats, popcorn, sorghum, sunflowers or any other grain, you should be monitoring it to make sure it stays in top condition.

When any product goes bad, it gives off heat. A spike in temperature is one of the main indicators that there is a need for seeds/grain to be monitored. It doesn’t matter what caused the temperature change – whether it is a sudden rise in humidity, heat, bug infestation, fungus, mold or rotten kernels. A good grain manager will watch the trending temperature and check out changes.


The price of grain can change dramatically from year to year so that the longer you can store your grain, the more opportunity you have to gain income by waiting to market when the price rises. Unfortunately, many growers lose a lot of income this way. For pennies per bushel, monitoring systems can be installed to monitor for any changes that need to be attended to.

Tri-States Grain Conditioning has developed innovative grain monitoring systems to provide temperature and moisture monitoring systems for grains. We want to provide you with the best tools to keep your grain and seed in great condition until it is time to sell. AND IT IS EASY TO USE!

Our highly reliable remote monitoring systems for grain bins/tanks/silos detect even the slightest changes in grain condition, so that you can take action in time to preserve your assets.

If fans are run excessively, your grain can lose much moisture. If it becomes over-dried, it becomes lighter and loses value. Properly using our monitoring systems will help you know when to turn off the fans, thereby cutting your utility expenses significantly.

TSGC, Inc. headquarters are located in America’s Heartland, but our specialists in grain temperature monitoring solutions work world-wide, responding to your needs quickly and professionally.

When it comes to grain monitoring equipment we have two priorities. We provide high quality products and  excellent customer service and technical support to each and every one of our clients in the USA and around the world.

With Tri-States Grain Conditioning monitoring devices you will always be one step ahead of your grain going out of condition, equipment failure and the resulting financial disaster. You will be able to cut expenses, prevent spoilage, shrinkage of the crop and add profit to your operation.

Tri-States Grain Conditioning has optimal solutions for everyone – whether you represent a commercial operation, or manage a large or small family farm. All you need to do is pick up the phone and talk with one of our representatives to start down the road to innovative grain management solutions.

Just imagine: You no longer need to drive to your bin sites/silos to check the grain. Open the app on your phone or go online and get all the stats you need – not only a temperature and moisture reading, but also the current volume of the grain and the time you have been storing it.

TSGC specialists can install commercial-grade, rugged monitoring cables inside your storage units, connect and synchronize them with your mobile device, and you will be able to monitor and control your grain bins from any part of the world 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.