Low-profile bins for grain drying (1993)
Grain depth is an important factor in grain drying. Extra depth increases airflow resistance, decreasing the drying rate. This extra depth also increases fan power requirements and the cost per bushel of drying grain. Reducing the depth in a low temperature drying bin can speed drying, decrease the risk of grain spoilage and reduce drying cost.
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