Elevatoris.com visited Voronovytske Grain-Collecting Station on 27 July. By the time of our arrival new capacities of the elevator had been already tested and took grain of new crop. Construction works are completed and site improvement works are also almost finished.
In this issue you will know about:
Inspection cycles of operational silos’ running;
Gravitational spreading of grain in flat-bottom silos;
And also you will get answers for some questions of Elevatorist.com readers.
New operational silo bins at Voronovytske Grain-Collecting Station are fully commissioned. Before that they successfully passed all required initial stages grain loading.
At first, the operational silo bin is loaded up with grain to 30%, and then the grain is unloaded. After that the silo is filled with grain again up to 50%, and then unloaded again. The same procedure is performed for 80% and 100% loading rates. All these loading cycles have been performed at all our 4 new silo bins, — Dmytro Vyhinnyi, Director of Voronovytske Grain-Collecting Station tells.
According to his words 2,400 tons of grain of new crop was loaded into new operational silo bins, including wheat, rapeseed and barley.
For more details please read the article on elevatorist.com.