After the ingredients are finished, there will often be residues in the silo, which leads to manual hammering of the silo body, which is very troublesome. Will this happen to the silo of RICHI?
No, the silo of Richi Machinery adopts an enlarged gate with an inclined angle of 45° at the conical bottom of the silo, which can increase the cross-sectional area of its bottom and make it difficult to accumulate materials. A vibration device is installed on the outside of the bottom. After the material is prepared, it is directly operated in the central control room to vibrate with a relatively uniform force. Use a leather hammer to beat. Because the beat is uneven, it is easy to deform the cone bottom of the silo after a long time, leaving more residue and time-consuming and labor-intensive.