Case Studies

BDC Systems Has Played Major Role In Upgrading Grain Store At Rushall Farm

BDC Systems has played a major role in the upgrading of the grain store at the Wookey family farm at Rushall in Wiltshire. Working for main design and build contractor T H White Installation Ltd, BDC Systems has supplied Akron hoppers, ventilation and Skandia handling equipment in the major modernisation of the farm’s plant.

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Coastal Grains Again Relies On BDC Systems For State Of The Art Grain Drying

Coastal Grains, the UK’s second largest co-operative grain store, has once again turned to BDC Systems for a new Svegma grain drier. Supplied through local agent Yorkshire Storage Systems, this third drier demonstrates the continuing commitment to BDC Systems’ grain drying and handling technology in a relationship that has now lasted over 14 years.

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Wessex Grain’s New Facility Features Storage, Handling And Drying Expertise Of BDC Systems

When Wessex Grain opened its new storage facility in July 2011, as part of a £2.5 million pound investment, visitors to the site in Templecombe, Somerset would also have noted the silos, conveyors, elevators, ventilation equipment and grain driers supplied by BDC Systems through contractor Dorset Grain Services.

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BDC Systems Secures Second Drier for Specialist Seed Company

BDC Systems, the one stop shop for grain drying, handling and storage equipment, has supplied a Svegma Continuous Flow Drier to Seed Technology Ireland, based in Waterford.

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Svegma Continuous Flow Drier meets Fengrain’s needs in full

Fengrain, the grain marketing and storage co-operative based in Cambridgeshire, has invested in a Svegma Model SVR6128 Continuous Flow Drier through BDC Systems. The drier was purchased by Fengrain to provide an energy efficient solution to the drying of up to 70,000 tonnes of wheat/rape throughout the year, including up to 50,000 at harvest time.

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Thixendale Farm

When Peter and Hilary Burton decided to build their own grain drying and storage plant for their crops instead of using contractors, they called upon the expertise of BDC Systems. A rotation of potatoes, peas, 1st and 2nd wheats, for feed and biscuit, winter and spring barley for feed and malting are grown on the 2000 acre arable farm at Thixendale on the Yorkshire Wolds.

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