Bildabin Ltd

Fibreglass Silo

The method of construction of a fibreglass silo is very important. The techniques and processes used by our supplier result in a product of the highest quality. The manufacturing process for the main body section is done in an internal mould, which leads to a smooth external painted finish. The techniques used include matting, rolling and resin application as well as fibreglass spraying. This produces a layering effect which gives the silo greater thickness and, consequently, greater strength.

The cone of the silo is constructed over an external mould to ensure a highly polished internal surface with a 67 degree. This has obvious benefits concerning feed-flow out of the silo.

A single waterproof horizontal seam joins the main body and the cone. Then the silo is fitted with hot dipped galvanised steel legs, which act as fill and exhaust pipes.

There are strong bracing supports between the legs and the collar of the silo giving maximum stability.

The pneumatic fill pipe is gradually curved to avoid damage to the feed during filling.

Finally, the body is finished in attractive British racing green, which can be personalised to suit individual requirements.

All silos come complete with an auto-vented lid to help reduce condensation in the silo. This closes when the feed is being blown in , but then opens to allow air movement stopping the feed sweating and thus keeps the feed fresh, dry and mould free.

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