CalWest Rain is pleased to announce the addition of Tom Weber to lead their Irrigation Monitoring and Controls Division. A San Joaquin Valley native, Tom joins CalWest Rain with over 20 years experience in the irrigation industry, most recently with WiseConn, a leading irrigation automation equipment manufacturer.
“From farm machinery to irrigation and harvesting, technology has become a key factor in reducing costs while improving efficiency and yields for today’s growers. No matter what you grow, technology is playing a bigger role,” stated Rick Skaff, CalWest Rain CEO, “With this in mind, CalWest Rain is investing in crucial resources like Tom to help our customers successfully evaluate, install, and manage irrigation monitoring and control systems.”
Tom’s strength lies in his ability to help growers find solutions to their irrigation needs, which in this day and age are many. In farming and all the challenges that come with it, growers need assurances that their irrigation systems are running at top efficiency while conserving water and energy.
Starting out with a simple monitoring system, growers are able to see real-time irrigation system information. That information is tailored specifically to the grower’s needs. If something falls out of range (i.e. pressures or flows) set by the grower, the system can be configured to alert him immediately. This kind of peace of mind is of great relief to the grower. CalWest Rain’s goal is to help growers optimize yields and reduce costs through more effective irrigation management.
Founded in 1989, CalWest Rain is a family-owned irrigation and pump company based in Kerman, CA with branch offices in Paso Robles, CA and Hanford, CA. To learn more about Irrigation Monitoring and Controls, get in touch with CalWest Rain or contact Tom Weber directly at 1-559-846-5326 or [email protected].com. You can also download our Irrigation Automation brochure.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at our offices in Kerman 1-559-846-5326. Thanks for your business and interest in CalWest Rain.