A hopper silo is a specialized type of storage structure typically used in agriculture and industrial settings. Its distinguishing feature is the funnel-shaped bottom, called a hopper, which allows for efficient gravity-based unloading of stored materials. Hopper silos are often used for storing bulk dry goods such as grains, seeds, and granular materials. They promote uniform flow and easy discharge, making them suitable for automated loading and unloading processes. These silos are popular in feed mills, grain handling facilities, and farms, where they facilitate efficient material handling and storage while preserving product quality.
|Capacity (MT) (For Paddy)||30-100|