Silo Spiral Silo Grain Silo Storage System

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grain storage steel bins from 5000ton-15000tons


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 Silo Spiral Silo Grain Silo Storage System 
1. over 20 years life 
2. 275g/m2 gal. steel 
3. 2.0-4.0mm silo wall

Lipp Silo Spiral Silo Grain Silo Storage System


                                               Silos Elevation



Lipp Silo Spiral Silo Grain Silo Storage System



Silos Layout



Applicable Fields:

Grain, rice, corn, soy bean, rape seed, wheat, etc.



Diameter: 3.5 - 27 m

Height:  5 - 23 m

Thickness: 2.0 - 4.0 mm

Capacity: 100 - 7000 ton per silo

Material: galvanized steel

(Galvanized rate ≥ 275g/m2)





Roof System

Roof Sheet

δ1.0mm,   galvanized steel sheet

Lipp Silo Spiral Silo Grain Silo Storage System


Section steel

Roof platform

Ø1.5-3.0m, Checkered steel plate

Upper tension ring

Ø1.5-3.0m, Carbon steel plate

Bottom tension ring

Ø3.0-38m, Carbon steel plate

Loading hole

δ4.0mm,    Carbon steel plate

Man hole

δ6.0mm,    Carbon steel plate

Vent hole

δ4.0mm,    Carbon steel plate

Guard rail

Ø3.0-38m, 1”(metric),   steel tube


Silo Body

Lipp Silo Spiral Silo Grain Silo Storage System

Silo Wall

Galvanized steel

Gal. rate >= 275g/m2

  δ2.0 -  δ4.0mm


Inner Reinforcement

Lipp Silo Spiral Silo Grain Silo Storage System

Reinforcement ribs

Steel section

 12pcs/silo - 84pcs/silo

[6.3, [8.0, [10, [12, [14, [16, [18, [20, 



Steel Structure

Lipp Silo Spiral Silo Grain Silo Storage System

Conical bottom

δ6.0 -  δ14.0mm Q235 STEEL

Ring beam

δ6.0 -  δ14.0mm Q235 STEEL

Support leg

"H" Section steel 




* Moisture resistance

* Bolt free

* Rust resistance

* Low maintenance

* Long service life


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Silo Spiral Silo Grain Silo Storage System

Silo Spiral Silo Grain Silo Storage System

Silo Spiral Silo Grain Silo Storage System


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Q:Why is he texting and sending me messages after I broke up with him? Please give me some real advice.?
He's a douche silo. There's not much you can do until he decides to grow up
Q:An experiment that involves explosions?
When a corn silo blows up, it's because of a dust explosion. In a dust explosion, there is a very large volume of air surrounding a small volume of fine particles and an ignition source. Take a coffee can with a plastic lid. Cut a small hole in one side near the bottom. Attach a piece of rubber hose so that it sticks into the can a small amount aimed down to the centre of the can. Put a 1/4 cup of talcum powder in the can. Put a small candle in there too. Light the candle. Snap the plastic lid in place. Blow hard into the rubber hose and watch the results. CAUTION: Don't get too close to the can until you have tried it a couple of times to see how it works and do all your experimenting outside. When you see the lid go flying off for the first time, try to imagine what kind of force is released in a silo explosion.
Q:creating a cool teen hangout area?!?
u could get lawn furniture seen as its made for the outdoors and i would say the only safe way to light it is with battery operated lights or see if ur parents will let u drag an extension cord out there or something and put lamps out there u could get board games or something or just chill sometimes its fun to just hang out n do nothing just away from teh parents and stuff we used to always hangout in the woods and chill n smoke n stuff but thats not for everyone its just what we did i would suggest getting a radio or ifu have and mp3 player see if they make like a little speaker set u can attach so u can recharge it rather than having to replace batteries all the time n i dunno about u but i always have like paper n markers n just like arts n crafts stuff cuz its always fun to make pictures and stuff n u can draw funny pictures and hang them up and u always have like an inside joke on the wall me n my best friend used to do that in my room n it was fun i cant really think of much else n i have no idea how to keep bugs out they dont seem to stay in places that people are in alot so as long as u guys dont leave like food n stuff around and u go in regularly u shouldnt have too much trouble with bugs im kinda excited about ur chill place i want a silo that would be the sh*t i hope u really enjoy it just put things ur into in there to make it urs
Q:math problem i have no clue how diamaters and stuff?
Answer: 13,319 CFT (Cubic feet) The formula for finding the volume of a cylinder is: Volume = Pi * R^2 * H In your instance it is: 3.14 * 9.5^2 * 47 = 13,319 CFT
Q:Best practice for breaking down corporate silos?
Success rates vary with individuals, not with the corporation, and it is all in the leadership STYLE. You have to learn to achieve results through INFLUENCE rather than by having direct power over subordinates. That's difficult for newer/less skilled professionals to do, because managing by influence means earning people's respect and harnessing their natural motivation, and not really managing at all. If you walk into someone else's shop barking orders, what do you think will happen? If, on the other hand, you pitch in as one of the team to help them accomplish their goals, you will create a totally different perception and will earn their cooperation in return. Yes, it works. I was able to get regional/branch people to help me with a big corporate project once because the month earlier, I had gotten on a plane to go pull an all-nighter with them on a big systems conversion. They said you were the only one from corporate who was really WITH us all the way! Read any of Warren Bennis's works on leadership, and he will explain the concept. I was very lucky to participate in Professor Bennis's Leadership Seminar in the MBA program at Southern Cal.
Q:how do you scare away crows on Red Dead Redemption?
There is a meter that shows how much corn is left in the silo. You must scare off the crows before it's all gone. Here is where I messed up. I was shooting at the birds flying over the silo not the ones sitting on top of it eating the corn so I almost failed that one. Ignore the flying birds and concentrate on the ones sitting on the front edge of the silo. Use the bolt action and just pick them off.
Q:Cryptic clue? Wooden storage, u s terminology?
barn shed silo case cask tank Need a frame of reference here, such as time. A lot of things used to be made of wood. If it's a crossword puzzle that you're working on, you need to give us a letter or two.
Q:can anything stop an EMP bomb?
If your electronics are being subjected to EMP from a nuclear bomb you may have bigger problems than protecting them.
Q:do all farms have to have water brought in?
our farm doesn't what i think your seeing is a spray truck - spraying the fields with chemicals - the concentrated liquid is put into the tanker first and then bulked with water to disperse onto the fields some of the very large farms do this in my area - its faster and cheaper to have the city fill that tanker then to wait for a couple hours on the farm well head silo's are for animal fodder or bulk feed sometime silage for cows no that water that is at the stations is not safe to drink
Q:Silo calculus question--is this possible to solve?
Uh yea. Volume of hemisphere is just 1/2 that of a sphere so: Vh = (1/2)[(4/3)pi*R^3] = (2/3)pi*R^3 where R is the radius of the sphere Volume of the cylinder is just the base area times the height: Area of base = pi*R^2 Height of cylinder = H Vc = [pi*R^2]*H Total volume = V = 12000 V = Vc + Vh = [(2/3)pi*R^3] + [pi*R^2]*H = 12000 Cost for construction. Cost for cylindrial portion = C per unit area Cost of hemisphere = Ch = 10C Area of hemisphere is ne half the surface area of a sphere so: Ah = (1/2)4*pi*R^2 = 2*pi*R^2 Area of cylinder (just the side, don't need top and bottom): Ac = 2*pi*R*H Total cost = M = Ah*Ch + Ac*C M = (2*pi*R^2)(10C) + (2*pi*R*H)C And you want to minimize M the total cost. Use the volume equation to solve for H: [(2/3)pi*R^3] + [pi*R^2]*H = 12000 H = {12000 - [(2/3)pi*R^3]}/[pi*R^2] Put this into the equation for M and you will have an equation with just R as a variable (C is a constant and it doesn't really matter what it is except insofar as giving you the actual cost). Since we don't care what the total cost is I will just set C=1 so we can forget about it. M = (2*pi*R^2)(10) + 2*pi*R*{12000 - [(2/3)pi*R^3]}/[pi*R^2] M = (2*pi*R^2)(10) + 2*{12000 - [(2/3)pi*R^3]}/[R] M = (2*pi*R^2)(10) + 2*{12000/(R) - [(2/3)*pi*R^2]} dM/dR = 40*pi*R + 2*{-12000/(R^2) - [(4/3)*pi*R]} Set this to 0 for the minimum 40*pi*R + 2*{-12000/(R^2) - [(4/3)*pi*R]} = 0 40*pi*R^3 - 24000 - (8/3))*pi*R^3 = 0 pi*R^3 - 600 - (1/15))*pi*R^3 = 0 R^3[pi - (1/15)*pi] = 600 R^3 = 600 / [pi(1 - 1/15)] R = 5.89 Vh = (2/3)*pi*R^3 = (2/3)*pi*(5.89)^3 Vh = 428.57 Vc = 12000 - Vh = 11571.43 Vc = [pi*R^2]*H = [pi*(5.89)^2]H H = 11571.43/[pi*5.89)^2] H = 106.17 So the radius is 5.89 ahd the height of the base if 106.17

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