WEDA Dammann & Westerkamp is celebrating the 35th anniversary of its Liqui Comp feeding computer, which was first put on the market in 1979.
The feeding computer has been successfully used by pig farmers to this day. These producers are still extremely satisfied with the product, which allows them to manage their animals without restrictions with regard to operator convenience.
One of the reasons for customer satisfaction is the comprehensive long-time availability of strategic replacement parts from WEDA. Even 35 years after the product’s launch, electronic components can be ordered without any problems.
The features of the system have also been extended with PC interfaces and even vehicle weighbridge management capability added.
One of the reasons for the Liqui Comp’s longevity is that its design was based on a modern concept.
One customer who has been using the system since its early days said that, so far, he had hardly to replace any components, while another regards the system so highly that even when it’s replaced, he’ll keep the old hardware.
“The Liqui Comp will now move into a little business museum,” he said, “because one must by no means do away with this item of company history that has accompanied us for such a long time.”