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Concrete Silo Types

Concrete silos must be designed around the materials they will hold.  For instance, cement silos and by product silos differ greatly in size, wall thickness, cone construction, material handling equipment, flow patterns, and many other factors. 

Our in-house experts can help walk you through all the various options and ensure that your concrete silo is built safely, economically, and will last for years to come.

Silo Types Include:

Ash Silos

We have earned an unparalleled reputation for excellence through extensive experience with concrete fly ash silos with numerous leading power utilities and contractors throughout the United States. Marietta Silos is also highly experienced in bottom ash storage silo building and design.

By-Product Silos

The design of By-Product silos will vary depending upon the type of by-product being stored. Marietta Silos will help you decide what design is most beneficial for your product and will build the best silo to ensure the safety of your material.

Coal Silos

Experience and knowledge is important with the construction of coal silos in order to guarantee a suitable and economical solution for your needs. Luckily, Marietta Silos has both. Coal silos generally require a cone bottom with a mass flow to keep the coal moving.

Marietta Silos will help you decide what design is most beneficial for your product and will build the best silo to ensure the safety of your material.

Lime Silos

Lime silos commonly have a conical hopper in the base of the silo that is designed to ensure sufficient flow of material through the silo. Marietta Silos will help you decide what design is most beneficial for your product and will build the best limestone silo to ensure the safety of your material.

Cement Silos

Cement Silos are used for the storage and distribution of various types of cement. Marietta Silos will help you decide what design is most beneficial for your product and will build the best concrete silo to ensure the safety of your material.

Aggregate Silos

Aggregate silos have a cone bottom design. The shape of the cone and flow pattern will be specified for the best storage and flow of your aggregate. Marietta Silos will help you decide what design is most beneficial for your product and will build the best silo to ensure the safety of your material.

Our in-house experts can help walk you through all the various options and ensure that your concrete silo is built safely, economically and will last for years to come.

Grain Silos

Concrete grain silo construction provides a sealed silo interior to prevent material spoilage. A demountable silo base allows easy access to remove stored materials. Marietta Silos will help you decide what design is most beneficial for your product and will build the best concrete silo to ensure the safety of your material.