|Capacity||2,000 - 80,000 bushel per hour|
|Pulley Sizes||24", 30", 36", 42", 48”, 60"|
|Finish||Painted, Galvanized, Hot Dipped or Stainless Steel|
The design of each bucket elevator is considered an InterSystems’ custom order and begins with a detailed computer analysis. The unique expectations of each project, including capacity requirements, commodity specifications and site conditions, are incorporated in the design and manufacturing process. InterSystems’ calculated approach ensures that the delivered system exceeds the expectations of our clients.
Our method of shipping unitized trunking sections ensures straight and plumb stacking and you’ll have less construction in the field.
InterSystems’ Bucket Elevators are manufactured with precision to run smoothly and operate quietly. Engineered head shafts are supported by externally mounted double roller bearings for maximum service life and safe operation. Heavy gauge trunking ensures structural integrity, and the screw take-up is designed for rugged duty.
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"What it boils down to is GSI has good products at a good price and offers good service."Craig Schultz - Midwest Farmers Coop - Nebraska
In the last few years, we have almost exclusively put up GSI bins because we have had good luck and no issues with the bins. Being in Nebraska where we have strong winds frequently, the stiffness of bins is a determining factor. GSI has designed stiffeners to withstand our high wind well. What it boils down to is GSI has good products at a good price and offers good service, both from the company and through the dealer. When we spend that amount of money, we want the equipment to be here long term. That is what we’ve gotten from GSI and why we will keep building GSI equipment.
When farmers can get in and out in 7 to 8 minutes they can get back to the field that much faster. Equipment has become so much easier to maintain and operate; we don’t have the breakdowns we used to. Efficiency wise, the new system has knocked it out of the park for us.