Hopper Bottom Silos
REL Groups extensive range of hopper silos means smaller lines of specialty crops can be safely stored with aeration and drying options as well. The extra cost per stored tonne is countered by the benefit of using gravity to unload the silo. REL Group manufacture their own galvanized steel feed silos with capacities of 12m³ to 60m³ – 7.5 tonnes to 48 tonnes. The cone bases can be 30°, 40° and 55°. We build them for either pellets or grain storage.
Westeel also offer a wide range of hopper bottom silos ranging from 35 wheat tonnes - 177 wheat tonnes with the options on particular silos for a 30°, 40° or 55° base. In addition to a longstanding commitment to quality, Westeel also has a reputation for innovative engineering and their application of the latest technology has made it a leader in the steel products manufacturing industry in North America.
Flat Bottom Silos
Silos are a cheaper and more versatile option for smaller lines. The same benefits of aeration, drying, stirring and unloading can be included in a silo complex.
From a manually operated drying system to a fully automated Shivvers drying and unloading system, REL has an option that suits your farming operation.
REL provides grain storage and handling installations for commercial clients throughout New Zealand, and can manage your development from start to finish.
Recent projects include a Waikato maize drying and storage complex, grain storage and handling equipment for feed mills in Auckland and Canterbury, grain handling equipment at the Port of Tauranga and grain storage and equipment for a flour mill in Christchurch.
REL has the knowledge and capability to complete these large commercial projects anywhere in the country.
Alvan Blanch have been designing & manufacturing grain driers for over 60 years. The new highly efficient, uniquely versatile and environmentally-friendly driers have been radically re-engineered. They are suitable for an extensive range of crops including soya beans, wheat, barley, grass seed, oats, rice, rapeseed, linseed and many, many others.
Exporting driers has been a key activity for Alvan Blanch from the earliest days and now extends to over 100 countries worldwide.