Allied Grain Systems in conjunction with MFS York or offers a variety of roof styles depending upon your application and bin specifications.
Galvanised roof panels are standard on all Allied Grain Systems bins.
Bins of 60 feet or less have clear span roof panels, while the roofs on our 75 to 90 foot bins use a compression ring for enhanced stability and reliability. Roof panels are sealed tightly with bolted connections to protect the contents of the bin.
Super deep roof ribs varied in depth according to the size of the bin ensure strength and structural integrity. All seams are fully double overlapped for added strength. Put it all together and you have a roof structure that can carry concentrated peak loads of up to 9,000 pounds.
In other words, our roofs can easily support conveyors, spouting and other ancillary equipment without worry.
The roof assemblies in our largest bins employ a middle compression ring to ensure strength and structural integrity as well as to handle greater concentrated peak loads. All roof assemblies require proper ventilation.
MFS York storage systems are used around the world for corn, beans, rice, wheat and other special commodities
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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.