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FEED SILOS 

 

Our steel galvinised silos are manufactured in the UK by ND Jeans Engineering Equipment and are made to the highest specification.

With capacities between 5 to 35 tonnes they are perfectly suited to a variety of applications including dairy, beef, sheep and poultry farming etc.

Our bins are of a sturdy high quality fully galvanised steel construction with a low maintenance lifespan of 30 years when correctly cared for. All hoppers are smooth walled cross section, therefore ensuring good flow of feed without the trapping effect of corrugated sections.

 

High-Level Side Discharge Silo

 

We provide a range of side discharge silos for filling feeder wagons and trailers. Our silos are of a sturdy, high-quality, fully-galvanised steel construction with a low-maintenance lifespan of 30+ years when correctly cared for. They all have smooth walls, ensuring good flow of feed without the trapping effect of corrugated sections.

Features
  • 5 to 28 tonnes

  • Fully galvanised

  • Heavy duty support structure

  • Filler pipe (100mm)

  • Exhaust pipe (150mm)

  • 60-degree cone

  • Smooth wall

  • Level indication windows

  • Cone inspection door

  • 300mm (12”) diameter projecting chute (1m from legs profile)

  • 2.8m clearance under chute

 

 

Centre Discharge Silo for Conveyor Systems

We provide a wide range of centre discharge silos to suit most requirements. They come with a 445mm diameter outlet ready for onward conveyor connections.

Delivery: Silos are delivered nationwide, tipped upright and secured to the ground using our specialized transport. No customer assembly is required, just a concrete base.

Features
  • 5.5 to 36.0 tonnes

  • Fully galvanised, with stainless steel fixings

  • Heavy duty support structure

  • Filler pipe (100mm), with 5mm thick elbows

  • Exhaust pipe (150mm)

  • Auto moist air vent

  • 60-degree cone

  • 1.5mm to 2mm gauge cone

  • Smooth wall

  • Level indication windows

  • Cone inspection door

  • Auger plate (445mm diameter) ready for onward connections

 

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