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The risk of grain spoilage is highest when grain is hot or wet, so both temperature and moisture must be managed to prevent grain spoilage. Hot air drying systems are common for drying grain as well as natural drying systems which are of lower cost. Even dry grain is susceptible to spoilage. Blowing air through the grain helps to minimize this issue as blowing air through the grain will condition and cool it.
Rosler Construction offers a comprehensive range of aeration systems designed to meet any on-farm or commercial application.
Axial Fans – designed for high air flows and low static pressure applications.
Centrifugal In-Line Fans – designed for low airflow and high static pressure environments — excellent for use with smaller grain bins holding small grains (wheat, canola, barley, etc.).
Low Speed Centrifugal Fans – designed for environments with high airflow and medium static pressures for larger storage bins.
High Speed Centrifugal Fans – designed for environments with low airflow and high static pressures requirements.
Low Speed Centrifugal PTO Fans – designed for direct engine-drive use at 1750 RPM. Use a flexible coupling to link this fan to the power take-off of irrigation or other utility engines.
The Rosler Construction team will explain the difference between the various models and help you select the one that best suits your application.