Elevatorist.com visited Chesne Grain-Collecting Station of Alebor Group of Companies on 21 June. By this time the elevator had already succeeded to receive first trucks with grain of new crop. A great deal of construction works is completed at here.
The last, third flat-bottom silo bin of new construction stage is being assembled. Construction works on building of the second railway track are in progress.
In this issue you will learn about:
Flat-bottom and operational silo bins’ mounting completion;
Transportation system at grain-collecting station;
Grain dryer’s capacities increase;
Second railway track construction.
Two flat-bottom silo bins of KMZ Industries production with storage capacity of 5 thousand tons each are completely mounted at Chesne Grain-Collecting Station. They are connected by upper galley of the headhouse and ready to start operation.
Mounting of the third and the last silo bin of this construction stage is in progress. Te roof is being mounted. Construction of this bin is planned to be finished by 15 July.
It’s interesting to note that albeit three silo bins of new construction stage are located near the “old” bins, they united into a separate processing line. Thus, the first three silo bins with storage capacity of 5 thousand tons form one processing line, and the next three silo bins make the other processing line. Both lines are interconnected.
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