Mechanization reduces human efforts and reduces manpower

Storage Silo, Silo, Cement Silo, manufacturer, exporter, India

 The usually strong structure used for storing bulk of materials is known as a Silo. It can be used to store grain for agricultural purposes or even the fermented feed. Silos can be used for storing grain, cement, coal, carbon black, food products, woodchips and saw dust in bulk. Silos can either be permanently made structures which are rigid and strong in nature, or can be temporarily constructed making it flexible and portable. The most widely used silos comprise of the tower, bunker and bag silos.

 Storage Silo

Being a vertical storage tank, Storage Silo is a rigid, easy to transfer as well as erect. It is a very specialized part of long term storage systems. The material to be stored inside the Storage Silo decides its pattern and design. A number of substances like food, petroleum products, chemicals, sewage and even metal ore can be stored inside this system. Sometimes it is even possible to rebuild a silo for storing a different kind of product. However wet silos can be difficult to convert into dry and vice versa.

Cement Silo

On sites of construction and industries, cement silos are used to store large amounts of cement or cement mixtures. Such silos come in a number of shapes and sizes which makes cement silos all the more accessible and suiting to the needs of the construction site or the industry. Cement silos can either be permanent structures, strong and rigid, or even they can be made on temporary basis making it more flexible and portable. Like a host of other silos, even cement silo is equipped with a kind of blower which helps to expel the stored contents into the truck or any other receptacle.

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