The type of galvanization plays an important role in a grain storage silos facility, directly affecting the profitability of the investment. In this webinar, we give you useful guidelines that will help you make the right decision according to the characteristics of your project.
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Once the decision to invest on a silo facility is made, there are some things to consider before starting to build such as the choice of geographic location, the choice of physical location, design and safety rules.
The economic viability of on-farm grain storage is a topic gaining significance as growers continue to expand their cropping enterprises, as a way to add a financial return.
In metal silos, caking usually occurs on the bin walls as a result of sweating or moisture condensing on the inner surface of the cold bin wall. The condensing moisture is absorbed by the adjacent grains resulting in either sprouting or mold growth.
Another of the indicators that will help you to detect any possible problems with the products storage inside the silo is the mustiness and off-odor condition. Musty odor usually indicates an advanced stage of insect or mold infestation and should be dealt with immediately.
One of the indicators that will help you to detect any possible problems with the products storage inside the silos is the change in color and general appearance. If we control temperature and moisture, we will avoid change in color, therefore our product will have a higher market value.
One of the indicators that will help you to detect any possible problems with the products storage inside the silos is Heating. Heating is the most common indicator of a problem in stored grains and oilseeds. High grain temperatures normally indicate either microbial or insect activity.
The soybeans spoilage is a process irreversible and inevitable, but it can be delayed. In this article we will explore the less harmful conveying system for soybeans and the recommendation to separate the damaged grains before storage.