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P&H - Inland Grain Terminal (Biggar, SK)

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Project Description

Parrish and Heimbecker, Limited (P&H) is a Canadian family-owned firm with over 100 years of experience in agribusiness, with locations stretching across Canada from Vancouver to Halifax. P&H has grown into a diversified, vertically integrated company that is committed to agribusiness and the entire agri-food industry This concrete workhouse will have a capacity of 343,000 bushels with 20,000 BPH truck receiving, 40,000 BPH rail loadout, a roof-mounted rotary cleaner system and a manlift. There will also be pre-engineered metal buildings for the receiving and facility office, dust handling systems, and considerations for a future drying system. Features:

  • Slipformed Concrete Elevator
    • 340,000 bushels of storage in 20 bins with 9 on 12 slickcoat hoppers.
    • Two bucket elevators, two transfer drags, and top double distributor, each rated at 20,000 BPH distribution for elevator bins, cleaner system, future flat storage, and future annex tanks.
    • Reclaim from future storage, rated at 20,000 BPH.
    • 40,000 BPH elevator reclaim belt conveyor fed by proportioning gates.
  • Receiving & Shipping Systems:
    • Truck receiving rated at 20,000 BPH with 10’ x 110’ aspirated “dump-thru” truck scale incorporating a 6’ x 54’ dump grate.
    • Truck loadout and audit recirculation spout rated at 20,000 BPH.
    • Three track rail loadout rated at 40,000 BPH.
  • 40,000 BPH Shipping Bulk Weigher with 50 tonne upper garner.
  • 40,000 BPH Sampling System.
    • Rail car reclaim system rated at 10,000 BPH.
  • Auxiliary Systems
    • Facility and cleaner dust systems with 4,000 CF dust loadout bin.
    • Erect pre-engineered metal buildings for Receiving Control Office, Cleaning Enclosure, and Rail Loadout Booth.
    • 500# capacity manlift with stops at grade, bulk weigher, and bin deck.
    • Considerations for future dryer system.

Project Name: 
Inland Grain Terminal

Client Name: 
Parrish & Heimbecker LTD
Industry: 
Grain
Location: 
Biggar, SK

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