Reprinted from Grain Journal November/December 2019 Issue
Walinga has served the grain industry since 1954 by building “any body for anybody.” In May, the company introduced the 4510 Ultra-Vac® portable grain vacuum to provide an economical way to reclaim feed.
“We’ve been building grain vacuums since the 1970’s, and we have deep knowledge and expertise in making grain vacuums that perform well in pneumatic conveying systems,” says Marketing and Advertising Manager Jonathan Medemblik. “The 4510 Ultra-Vac enables vacuuming from distances of up to 80 feet or greater and at a rate from 300 to 800 pounds per minute.”
Multiple Features Standard
“The 4510 Ultra-Vac comes with multiple features standard,” he adds, “including a truck loading boom with adjustable height and rotation, electric brakes, self-contained gas engine, easy-to-operate hydraulic controls, LED lighting, high-quality finish, diamond-plate rock shield, 24 feet of hose, suction nozzle, and cleanup nozzle.”