High-strength polyethylene is lightweight and much more durable than steel or fiberglass — used for years in heavy duty applications. Thick walled hopper is extra tough — immune to silage acids — resists heat, cold, sunlight and warpage.

A Saw at line to enlarge hole to 12"

B Standard 10-1/2" hole

Exclusive 3-piece design. Connecting ring holds bottom to top — provides for 220° rotation of hopper bottom. Bottom can be quickly swiveled to right or left using two, steel handles attached to hopper bottom.

Top view: Three sizes available to fit most silo chutes: Small, Medium or Large

Installation Instructions

 Two, rugged steel guide legs provide solid support for hopper. Lag legs to concrete with one-piece masonry anchor bolts (3/8"D x 1-7/8"L) equipped with expandable sleeves (furnished). Use masonry bit same diameter as anchors and drill holes 1/4" deeper than anchors. Insert anchors and tap until heads are flush with guide legs. Tighten heads 3 to 4 full turns or until resistance is felt. Or use J-bolts with nuts. Hook J-bolts around silo rings and bolt to guide legs. Leg hole spacing can be varied somewhat to fit different width silo rings by pushing on guide legs.