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RobLew 6 Tonne Split Enclosed Silo

Item cubic feet : 354 Item tonne : 6T Format : Split Style : Enclosed Discharge : Barrow, Auger, Bagging, Snackers

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RobLew 6 Tonne Split Enclosed Silo

Manufacturing and suppling the farming community with silo bins since 1976, RobLew has established a long standing track record in providing a robust quality and innovative products.  

Working to provide each farmer with a Silo that is best suited to their particular requirements RobLew have a range that can be modified to suit all requirements. 

The current range includes:

  • RobLew Legged Silo Single
  • RobLew Legged Silo Split
  • RobLew Enclosed Silo Single 
  • RobLew Enclosed Silo Split 
  • RobLew Side Discharge to Loader Bucket Single 
  • RobLew Side Discharge to Loader Bucket Split
  • RobLew Side Discharge to Diet Feeder

The RobLew Enclosed Silo Split discharge model is available from 6 Tonne up to 22 Tonne. The RobLew Enclosed Silo is fully sheeted to the ground which can serve a number of purposes in that it gives protection from the elements to the farmer operates manually, either using a feed trolley or bagging off system.  The door is wide enough to allow a feed trolley to be filled inside and it also has room to manoeuvre.  The enclosed model can serve as a small lockable store which many farmers utilise. 

The RobLew Enclosed Silo with the Split discharge allows the storage of two different feeds in the one silo. It is manufactured in the same way as the single models with the difference being the division in the centre.


Discharge

  • Barrow 
  • Auger

Key Features

  • Meal Level Indicator windows
  • Drip rails
  • Heavy-duty legs
  • Inspection Hatch
  • Health & Safety Labels
  • Stainless steel nuts, bolts and washers.

Optional Extra

  • Coating 
  • Reverse Auger Drive
  • 3HP Auger 

 
Plastisol coating is available for the 6 Tonne models up to the 16 Tonne models as an optional extra. These models are manufactured to the same high standard as the galvanised silos but the material used is coated with a leather grain plastic; offering the advantage of the silo blending in with the sheds and surrounding environment for areas which require the farmer to do so.
 

RobLew 6 Tonne Split Enclosed Silo

Specification for RobLew 6 Tonne Split Enclosed Silo

354 6T Split Enclosed Barrow Auger Bagging Snackers

Extras for RobLew 6 Tonne Split Enclosed Silo

Coating
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Question: What should I think about when considering a RobLew Silo bin? Answer:

1.     Consider location

Think about where you plan to locate the bin, remembering fill points. RobLew’s are located on the right hand side for single bins and on both sides for split bins. You will need to ensure clear and easy access to fill and unload

2.     Prepare your base 

It is recommended that you have your concreate based in place a week before deliver of your new silo RobLew recommend the following base sizes to suit the relevant silo bin size

-        9ft² base for 4.5 – 16Tonne bins

-        12ft ² base for 18 – 26 Tonne bins

-        14ft² base for 32-35Tonne bins

3.     Know what size you need

While you may want  to get the biggest silo bin to get a better rate on the feed, you still want the feed to be fresh and that means not having the feed sitting in an oversized bin for too long, so consider this when deciding on the best size for you:

-      How much feed do you use in a week?

-      How often do you want delivery?

-      Weigh up the benefits of buying in bulk against performance, as feed quality can impact your animals performance

4.     Review the details

Some important points to look out for when reading the specification of your new silo bin 

-        Check with your Auger manufacturer the size of boot being used.

-        Consider weigh cells / load cells which can be used to monitor feed levels.

-        Consider if a cyclone is required as it connects to the silo exhaust via a steel pipe and collects the dust that would normally escape during pneumatic filling.

-        Consider bagging chutes on the bin and decide if you will use them. As often these are requested but rarely used and the downside is the feed can start to rot in them over a period of time if not used.

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  • Description

    Manufacturing and suppling the farming community with silo bins since 1976, RobLew has established a long standing track record in providing a robust quality and innovative products.  

    Working to provide each farmer with a Silo that is best suited to their particular requirements RobLew have a range that can be modified to suit all requirements. 

    The current range includes:

    • RobLew Legged Silo Single
    • RobLew Legged Silo Split
    • RobLew Enclosed Silo Single 
    • RobLew Enclosed Silo Split 
    • RobLew Side Discharge to Loader Bucket Single 
    • RobLew Side Discharge to Loader Bucket Split
    • RobLew Side Discharge to Diet Feeder

    The RobLew Enclosed Silo Split discharge model is available from 6 Tonne up to 22 Tonne. The RobLew Enclosed Silo is fully sheeted to the ground which can serve a number of purposes in that it gives protection from the elements to the farmer operates manually, either using a feed trolley or bagging off system.  The door is wide enough to allow a feed trolley to be filled inside and it also has room to manoeuvre.  The enclosed model can serve as a small lockable store which many farmers utilise. 

    The RobLew Enclosed Silo with the Split discharge allows the storage of two different feeds in the one silo. It is manufactured in the same way as the single models with the difference being the division in the centre.


    Discharge

    • Barrow 
    • Auger

    Key Features

    • Meal Level Indicator windows
    • Drip rails
    • Heavy-duty legs
    • Inspection Hatch
    • Health & Safety Labels
    • Stainless steel nuts, bolts and washers.

    Optional Extra

    • Coating 
    • Reverse Auger Drive
    • 3HP Auger 

     
    Plastisol coating is available for the 6 Tonne models up to the 16 Tonne models as an optional extra. These models are manufactured to the same high standard as the galvanised silos but the material used is coated with a leather grain plastic; offering the advantage of the silo blending in with the sheds and surrounding environment for areas which require the farmer to do so.
     

  • Specifications

    354 6T Split Enclosed Barrow Auger Bagging Snackers
  • Extras

    Coating
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  • Q&A's

    Question: What should I think about when considering a RobLew Silo bin? Answer:

    1.     Consider location

    Think about where you plan to locate the bin, remembering fill points. RobLew’s are located on the right hand side for single bins and on both sides for split bins. You will need to ensure clear and easy access to fill and unload

    2.     Prepare your base 

    It is recommended that you have your concreate based in place a week before deliver of your new silo RobLew recommend the following base sizes to suit the relevant silo bin size

    -        9ft² base for 4.5 – 16Tonne bins

    -        12ft ² base for 18 – 26 Tonne bins

    -        14ft² base for 32-35Tonne bins

    3.     Know what size you need

    While you may want  to get the biggest silo bin to get a better rate on the feed, you still want the feed to be fresh and that means not having the feed sitting in an oversized bin for too long, so consider this when deciding on the best size for you:

    -      How much feed do you use in a week?

    -      How often do you want delivery?

    -      Weigh up the benefits of buying in bulk against performance, as feed quality can impact your animals performance

    4.     Review the details

    Some important points to look out for when reading the specification of your new silo bin 

    -        Check with your Auger manufacturer the size of boot being used.

    -        Consider weigh cells / load cells which can be used to monitor feed levels.

    -        Consider if a cyclone is required as it connects to the silo exhaust via a steel pipe and collects the dust that would normally escape during pneumatic filling.

    -        Consider bagging chutes on the bin and decide if you will use them. As often these are requested but rarely used and the downside is the feed can start to rot in them over a period of time if not used.

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