Sales Position Open: Irrigation Market | Midwest and East Coast
Yardney is currently seeking a strong sales professional for the sales of irrigation filtration equipment throughout the midwest and east coast of the United States. Responsibilities include managing a network of dealers and representatives, developing new dealer relationships and calling directly on growers.
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Not All Filters Are Created Equal
It was in the mid-1960s in the rich citrus growing region of Southern California that Yardney began business. Farmers needed to filter sand, silt and grit from their irrigation water. Addressing that need, Yardney pioneered water filtration systems that became known for their smart design, rugged built-to-last fabrication, and good value. There was no going back.
Today the Yardney standards remain exacting and demanding with no compromise in quality. From the solid welds on our equipment, to the thickness of the steel of our tanks, from a practical valve design, to the durability of our systems, our products are entirely and proudly built in the USA.
Fleischmann’s Yeast Gains Significant Savings Through Yardney Automated Filtration System
This food processing plant located in Memphis, TN was unable to use the water from a newly
drilled well for boiler and cooling tower make‐up due to the high level of iron (Fe) in the water.
This resulted in higher than expected plant operating costs since the company had to purchase
water from the city for these uses.
Filtration of Irrigation Water for Sweet Potatoes at D & S Farms
Goal: Keep the drip irrigation systems at D & S Farms from plugging so they keep running
efficiently to meet the heavy demands of the large sweet potato grower/operation and its
co-owner Dave Souza.