Manufacture of silos
The stockpiling of products can be done in bags or in hoppers. But when it is necessary to stockpile raw materials in large quantities, we recommend the use of silos because they have the following advantages: they take up less space, facilitate cleaning and require fewer personnel. When combined with automated extraction systems and product feeding to the production line, the need for personnel is further reduced, also reducing the likelihood of human error.
We have the solution to your dry product storage problem. You can choose between a flexible trevira silo for indoor use; a metal silo for indoor use; or, if you need to store floury products outdoors, the metal silo for outdoor use will be the most advisable. The latter can be built in steel with different finishes, and even in stainless steel.
In Prillwitz we offer customized solutions for product storage and feeding to the production line. We have different unloading systems, conveying and sifting for dry products, depending on the product to be processed. We can also provide you with dosers, granulated product mills and state-of-the-art scales that guarantee rigorous production control.
Find here the silo that best suits your storage needs:
The disassemblable silos are characterized by being widely versatile in terms of capacity and geometry (square and circular). They are normally used for indoors, …
Outdoor storage silos
Conceived for location in outdoor spaces, our silos are manufactured under a meticulous production process to achieve 100% airtightness. They are generally supplied with …
The flexible Trevira® fabric silos have been specially designed to simplify storage and unloading operations of dry bulk products. Our fabric silos have the advantage of being easily disassembled and of square section
For the installation of bulk storage systems, we have the necessary machinery to complete the silo installation. Feeding and discharge systems, mechanical and pneumatic conveyors, vibrators and silo fluidizers, dust collectors, cyclones, indicators and level detectors, sifters, mills, rotary valves, etc. are required.
Typical diagram of an installation for storing bulk materials, with pneumatic conveying to production stations
1 Bulk Truck
3 HDF Filter
5 Level control
6 HAM Extractor
8 Conveyor thread HSF
10 Conical sifter
11 Airlock HSP
12 Compressor ASR
13 Kneading machines
14 Rotating tube
15 Weigh hopper
16 Water tank
17 Diverter valve
19 Diverter valve