Remove buildup, recover lost material, maximize flow and get back lost storage capacity in your silos.
Whip it! Bust it! Rid silos and containers of compacted material obstructions thoroughly and without damaging container walls.
Over time, as bulk materials get more compacted inside silos and large containers, it often becomes necessary to knock buildup off of interior walls and break up accumulations of material that has become bound together in clumps. Signs that a silo needs internal cleaning include material discharging from the container in chunks, as well as the need for more frequent fill cycles, which happens because the silo is not emptying thoroughly. Buildup inside a silo can also cause off-center loading, which can potentially damage the equipment because it creates non-uniform pressure on the interior walls.
With MartinPLUS® Silo Cleaning, available only from Martin Engineering, we provide all the equipment and crew needed to break down obstructions and get material flowing at optimum efficiency and regain live storage capacity. In many cases, operations can continue without shutting down for cleaning.
To learn more about the benefits and to find out if our professional MartinPLUS® Silo Cleaning Service is right for you, talk to one of our experts. We’re standing ready to listen to you describe your operation and offer recommendations on how to get your silos back to peak capacity. Our team is available to provide expert advice and assistance on all of your bulk material handling questions and problems.
- Thorough emptying of bulk materials means fewer fill cycles and more throughput
- Keep plant running while silo cleaning is taking place, in most cases
- Recover lost material and restore to flow stream
- Performed by highly-trained, experienced MartinPLUS® Silo Cleaning technicians
- All cleaning is done without sending crew members inside the silo or container
- Improved productivity results in higher throughput, more revenues and more profits
- Recovered material is put back in flow stream, generating more revenues