Industrial Silos from Nelson Silos

Riverbank Stockfeeds Industrial Silos including support structure and access walkways
Riverbank Stockfeeds Industrial Silos including support structure and access walkways
Riverbank Stockfeeds Industrial Silos including support structure and access walkways Galvanised Silos at The Pump House Nelson Silos' Birla Nifty Pneumatic cement transfer system CSR Stucco Silos with load cells and aeration base
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Hard wearing Industrial Silos with engineering precision from Nelson Silos

Intelligent designs for hard wearing agricultural applications, Industrial Silos from Nelson Silos deliver engineered performance.

Quality and safety minded development meet or surpass appropriate Australian Standard Association benchmarks.

High performance Nelson Industrial Silos installed:
Riverbank Stockfeeds
  • Customised design to include silo support structure and access walkways
  • 78 tonne capacity 8 x 130 cubic metre Colourbond XRW Outloading Silos
  • 60 degree cone
Laserlight (Aust) Pty Ltd
  • Grade 316 Stainless Steel 4 x 130 cubic metre silos
  • Fully welded polycarbonate storage
  • 96 tonne capacity
  • 60 degree cone
The Pump House, Queensland
  • 2 x 56.8 cm Stainless Steel silos and 2 x 56.8 Galvanised Silos
  • Calcium and magnesium sulphate storage
  • Four leg local cell system
CSR Gyprock Plant Yarraville
  • 2 x 250 cubic metre stucco silos
  • 6 metre diameter and 15 metre ground to roof height
  • 200 tonne capacity
  • Load cells and aeration base
Alto Packaging
  • Colourbond XRW Industrial 1 x 133 cubic metre silo
  • 75 tonne capacity
  • Polyethylene polymer granules storage
  • Two leg load cell system
Birla Nifty Pneumatic
  • 4 x 125 tonne silo
  • Cement transfer system
Supporting your business, Nelson can produce customised Silos to suit your requirements with efficient deliver services around Australia.
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