Hopper bins from MFS York Stormor are built for long life and ultimate ease of unloading.
Sidewalls, stiffeners and fasteners are of the same specifications and quality as our traditional commercial bins. The roof is assembled from extra-strength steel panels for additional protection from blowing rain and snow.
Supporting columns are wide flange beams with heavy duty tie rod braces bolted solidly to the steel substructure.
A heavy-duty compression ring securely ties the bin components to the all-galvanized hopper cone. MFS York Stormor hopper bins are available in various diameters from 18-to 36-feet-with storage level capacities from 5,000 bushels to more than 50,000 bushels.
Quick and complete grain unloading
The hopper cone has a steep slope design which speeds up grain flow. On 18-21 foot and 24-foot bins, the slope is 45 degrees.
On the 27-30 foot and 33-36 foot models, the slope is 40 degrees. The oversized 14-inch discharge allows greater flow than most other hopper bins-and you get 100% cleanout of the bin.
Rack and pinion design makes the slide gate operate smoothly (see below)
This allows for extremely accurate adjustment of the opening. This hand-operated gate is standard on all MFS York Stormor hopper bins from Allied Grain Systems.
Allied Grain Systems | Grain Storage & Conveying Specialists
Allied Grain Systems Pty Ltd is an Australian owned company located in Young NSW. Allied Grain Systems are specialists in the design, supply and installation of grain silos and conveying systems throughout Australia.
Services Offered include individual custom made designed grain storage and handling systems from initial conception to completion.
This includes site visitation, consultation with the client to determine and understand their exact needs, preliminary design and costing, detailed design and costing, right through to supply and installation of equipment and commissioning.
This design process offered also includes adaptation of new machinery and storage into existing infrastructure as well as working with the client to build a project in stages over a number of years.