Capstan Ag Systems, Inc.

Company Information

Company Name
Capstan Ag Systems, Inc.
Address
101 N KANSAS AVE
Topeka, KS, 66603-3620
Phone
1 785-232-4477
URL
n/a
DUNS
n/a
Number of Employees
n/a
Hubzone Owned:
N
Minority Owned:
N
Woman Owned:
N

Award Totals

PROGRAM/PHASE
AWARD AMOUNT ($)
NUMBER OF AWARDS
SBIR Phase I
$284,001.00
5
SBIR Phase II
$2,963,000.00
4
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Award List

  1. Development of an integrated actuator for real time control of spray nozzle flow rate and droplet size spectrum

    Amount: $90,000.00

    Application of agrochemicals is essential to U.S. production of food, fiber, biofuels and ornamentals. However, it can also create environmental contamination if pesticides reach non-target areas thro ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 Department of Agriculture
  2. DIGITAL FLOW CONTROL FOR AUTOMATION OF PRECISION AGRICULTURAL SPRAYING

    Amount: $1,987,000.00

    INACCURACY IN AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL APPLICATION CAUSES INCREASED PRODUCTION COSTS AND RELEASES UNNECESSARY PESTICIDE AND FERTILIZERS INTO THE ENVIRONMENT. APPLICATION CONTROL IS PRIMARILY A MANUAL OPE ...

    SBIR Phase II 1995 Department of Agriculture
  3. PRECISE INJECTION OF NH3 USING PULSE-WIDTH MODULATION METERING

    Amount: $64,001.00

    Anhydrous ammonia (NH3), a heavily used nitrogen fertilizer, is a volatile gas which flashes at -40 F. It is handles as pressurized liquid and difficult to meter accurately and dispense. Its low cost, ...

    SBIR Phase I 1998 Department of Agriculture
  4. PRECISE INJECTION OF NH3 USING PULSE-WIDTH MODULATION METERING

    Amount: $220,000.00

    Not Available Anhydrous ammonia (NH3), a heavily used nitrogen fertilizer, is a volatile gas which flashes at -40 F. It is handles as pressurized liquid and difficult to meter accurately and dispense. ...

    SBIR Phase II 1999 Department of Agriculture
  5. Flow Control and Operation Monitoring System for Individual Spray Nozzles

    Amount: $80,000.00

    This project addresses the increasing demands and need for precise control and reliability in agrochemical application. The ultimate goal of this project is a single-nozzle monitoring and control tech ...

    SBIR Phase I 2002 Department of Agriculture
  6. Flow Control and Operation Monitoring System for Individual Spray Nozzles

    Amount: $296,000.00

    NON-TECHNICAL SUMMARY: Agricultural spray equipment operators typically cannot monitor all nozzles along the boom. Clogged or malfunctioning nozzles produce undesirable spraying results. This project ...

    SBIR Phase II 2003 Department of Agriculture
  7. Flow Control and Operation Monitoring System for Individual Spray Nozzles

    Amount: $0.00

    NON-TECHNICAL SUMMARY: Agricultural spray equipment operators typically cannot monitor all nozzles along the boom. Clogged or malfunctioning nozzles produce undesirable spraying results. This project ...

    SBIR Phase I 2003 Department of Agriculture
  8. DIGITAL FLOW CONTROL FOR AUTOMATION OF PRECISION AGRICULTURAL SPRAYING

    Amount: $50,000.00

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1994 Department of Agriculture
  9. Development of an integrated actuator for real time control of spray nozzle flow rate and droplet size spectrum

    Amount: $460,000.00

    Typical agrochemical sprayers use nozzles to atomize a liquid stream into droplets; these droplets then travel to the target. Nozzles may be selected to provide a range of droplet sizes, spray distrib ...

    SBIR Phase II 2011 Department of Agriculture

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