|CAPACITIES/HR||Up to 10,000 bph Dry & Cool @ 5 pt. removal|
|Fuel||LP or Natural Gas|
|Standard Grain Inverters|
|Standard Vacuum Cool Heat Recovery|
Eliminate over-dried grain and maximize drying efficiency and quality by using a GSI’s patented grain inverter. This system inverts all but the outside 2" (50.8 mm) of grain promoting higher test weights, maximum grain quality, and reduced fuel usage. The outside layer of wet grain is dried using the heat which would have otherwise escaped the dryer, keeping your operation energy efficient. A convenient clean-out door provides easy, quick maintenance.
Improve your accuracy with the static moisture sampler. Debris guards ensure a trash-free sample and delivers a uniform representative sample to the test chamber. A blower system gently moves the grain out of the chamber, cleaning it each cycle. Get the most accurate results as the moisture reading used to monitor/calculate discharge grain moisture is only taken while the grain is static and not flowing.
One size does not fit all when it comes to drying grain, and that’s why GSI features a complete lineup of grain dryers. With the ability to dry in or out of bin, batch or continuous flow we have the dryer to fit your needs and maximize your profitability.
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"The safety features on these bins are really nice to have"Mike Lambert - Eastern Grain Marketing, LLC
This facility was built to be a shuttle loader so speed, dependability and a long-term company relationship were crucial. Any company can have speed, but not every company has quality and dependability. You put all this money into a facility like this, and the key is to be able to load trains efficiently from the beginning. We have done that since November 2013. When we did have issues, GSI was there to help.Watch Video