Loss of CSA certification causes headaches for grain dryer users

With the Canadian Standards Association’s decision to stop certifying grain dryers, farmers are facing the possibility of a more costly and complicated process to get new or replacement equipment into service


CSA. For years the presence of those three letters, an acronym for the Canadian Standards Association, stamped on grain dryers has meant that installation of the equipment is straightforward. The dryer is bought, installed, hooked up to gas or propane and test-fired by a certified installer.

Better Farming - November 2012