Bin Weight and Inventory: SiloWeigh is Accurate and Reliable

Imagine accurate feed bin scales and inventory with Internet Graphic Display of all vessels

  • Accurate Silo and Bin Weighing/Inventory System using weight.  Better than bin level.
  • Costs a lot less than Bin Load Cells and the best 3D Radar Level Sensors.
  • Shows Bin Weight in any Bin, Silo, Tank or Storage Vessel as a continuous inventory measurement.
  • Special features include: Weather Filter and Divided Silo Options.
  • Bar-graphs change color at each alarm level.  See them at a glance.
  • No other manufacturer has these major advantages.

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SiloWeigh bin weighing system costs less than bin load cells

Features & Benefits
  • Identify and stop delivery shortages. In addition, save money on refill transport through better scheduling.
  • Bin weighing software gives the ability to check every delivery, even weeks ago, against the delivery ticket.  Consequently it puts you in command of the situation.
  • History trend graphs for any bin, silo, tank or vessel in the company.
  • In addition, compare delivery amounts with truck tickets.
  • Viewable on computer, Ipad, Iphone, Android and Blackberry phones.
  • Unlimited number of bins, silos or vessels.  This is especially relevant to companies with many locations, who can see all on one screen.
  • The only feed bin scale and inventory system that measures divided and shared frame vessels; no other manufacturer has this option.

SiloWeigh.Net shows all feed bin measurements locally on network computers and through the Internet

  • Visual warning alarms at High and Overfill levels, hence preventing blown filters and subsequent environmental issues.
  • Symbols change color at alarm levels.
  • Hard-wired alarms can connect to horns and lights to warn filling operator.
  • In addition, pinch-off valves can positively halt the filling operation.
  • Software alarm log at plant and company level.
  • Use bin load cells for high accuracy.

SiloWeigh II Pro can be displayed on any local computer or by WiFi on any local phone or tablet

  • Watch the bin levels remotely on your phone, tablet or computer.  Especially relevant to people on the move.
  • Special bin scale software removes weather-induced instability but reacts instantly to real weight changes; no other manufacturer offers this but without it, you can see errors of 10% to 20% lasting several hours.
  • Email alerts and refill order generation (SiloWeigh.Net).
  • Avoids forgetting to order material, gives peace of mind as a result.
  • In addition, saves money through better truck scheduling.
  • Markets include grain elevators, animal feed mills, farms, flour mills, explosives and blasting supplies. Also power stations, water treatment plants and many others, as well as these examples.
“This plant is the only one across Canada that has never run out of material or had a silo spill since SiloWeigh.Net was installed in 2015” says Barry Metzner, manager, Lafarge-Holcim, Greater Vancouver, BC, Canada area, July 2018
“It is accurate to 1 to 2%.  Very nice system, works well.” says Sam Santos of ABC Group (injection molded parts). August 2019
Best service in the business” says Greg Roache of Gainey’s Concrete Products. May 2017

Installing silo inventory system in a Dubai concrete plant

Customers & Applications

Recent examples of customers in the concrete, blasting, farming, flour milling and bulk materials industries:

  • Deewan Equipment in Dubai has installed hundreds of SiloWeigh silo and bin scale systems throughout the U.A.E. over the last 12 years.  As a result, they are in use in most of the ready-mix plants in Dubai and surrounding Emirates.
  • Lafarge Canada, a subsidiary of Lafarge-Holcim, in Port Mann BC, installed SiloWeigh.Net on the plant’s silos in 2015 and because of its success, they are presently installing it in all Greater Vancouver Area plants.
  • Adams Oldcastle has SiloWeigh II silo inventory system installed in fifteen of their precast concrete plants on the U.S. Eastern Seaboard in 2017 and early 2018.

Silo inventory system for blasting supplies at Peabody's NARM open pit coal mine

  • Dyno Nobel installed SiloWeigh.Net at Peabody’s NARM facility in Wyoming, one of the largest coal mines in the U.S., in 2016.  25 silos in 8 groups, filled with blasting materials, are scattered across 100 square miles of territory.  They are powered by solar arrays and networked to a central reporting computer by nine radios.
  • Alpha Dyno Nobel of Lincoln CA installed SiloWeigh II on prill and emulsion explosives bins in 2017.

Feed bin scales and inventory system installed at Asmus Egg Farms, Minnesota

  • Asmus Egg Farms in Minnesota installed SiloWeigh.Net bin weighing system on their poultry silos as their feed bin scales in 2017.  Similar broiler, egg production, hog and cattle rearing farms abound in almost every country and need their feed bin weight. Almost all of these require some form of feed bin scale or feed bin measurement and inventory system.
  • La Meunerie Milanese, in Eastern Quebec, installed SiloWeigh.Net on their feed and flour mill bins in 2014. Smaller feed bins can use bin load cells for higher accuracy and a possible saving in cost.

Silo inventory system at Baker-Hughes frac sand terminal, Shafter CA

  • Baker-Hughes, the Texas oil giant, uses SiloWeigh.Net in its Shafter, CA fracking sand terminal.  The inventory in 12 silos of 610 ton are compared with the filling and usage values in their BatchTron control system to flag differences.
Inventory control used to be a nightmare.  Since we installed SiloWeigh.Net, it’s a breeze”.  Ray Young, Oldcastle Building Products, Ogden, UT. Installed 2017 with 2 local silos by cable, one 200 ft away, one 1000 ft away and one at 1 mile, all connecting by radio link.
“No complaints at this point.  The system is working great and has helped us identify some significant gaps between what we should be receiving and what we actually did receive”  Chris Allensworth, Nestle, Jonesboro, NC. Nov 2018