The Z-Series Bin features a novel cleanout system GSI has named Flexwave. The technology employs a pair of large liners that alternately inflate and deflate to remove residual grain after a bin is emptied. This first-of-its-kind technology provides more than 99% cleanout, GSI says. The liners eliminate the laborious and often dangerous practice that brings farmers and their employees into their bins to sweep or shovel out any remaining grain.
Z-Series Bins, introduced last fall in an initial 24-foot diameter model, are a higher-capacity and more cost-effective alternative for similar-sized hopper tanks with cone bottoms, GSI claims.
GSI is planning a 36-foot Z-Series Bin allowing up to 21 rings with 68,000 bushels of storage capacity. It should be available from its dealers during the fourth quarter of this year.
For additional information, contact your GSI dealer or visit www.grainsystems.com.
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