Reprinted from Grain Journal May/June 2019 Issue
In 1888, Sudenga Industries began as a blacksmith shop. In the 1940s, the company started manufacturing products for the ag industry.
One of its newest products is the D Series bin sweep, which according to Greg Ver Steeg, vice president-sales and marketing, is a true zero-entry sweep that requires no staff entry into the bin to prep the sweep for engagement.
“The unique sweep automatically raises itself off the bin floor once the remaining grain pile is at a point where the sweep needs to be engaged,” he explains. “Not requiring personnel to enter the bin to raise the sweep off the floor prior to engaging the sweep is an important safety feature.”
Leads With Auger
“The sweep also is innovative in that it leads with the auger,” says Ver Steeg. “This feature is important as the auger actively engages crusted or out-of-condition grain, giving the sweep the best chance of advancing properly while sweeping the bin.”
View this review and more in the Grain Journal May/June 2019 magazine.