Reprinted from GRAIN JOURNAL January/February 2019 Issue
Hayes & Stolz has been manufacturing rotary and swing distributors since it was established in 1945. It introduced the industry’s first rotary electric distributor in 1958.
According to Agribusiness Sales Manager Stuart Martin, “Hayes & Stolz rotary distributors can be manually operated or equipped with an electric gear motor to rotate the internal spout over the desired outlet allowing material to be routed to the next process or storage location. The standard angles of the internal spout and outlets are 45, 50, 55, or 60 degrees.”
• Sizes range from 6- to 48-inch diameter.
• Available with up to 32 outlets.
• Optional flatback configuration.
• Optional hazardous duty configuration.
“Over the past 60 years, the capacities of our rotary distributors have grown tremendously and today range from up to 120,000 bph,” he adds. “They are ruggedly built with options for heavy duty liners and are available in carbon steel, galvanized steel, and stainless steel.”
View this review and more in the Grain Journal Jan/Feb 2019 magazine.