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Latest update: 17.11.2021
ESI Eurosilo
TEL: +31 299 630730
P.O. Box 1047
NL-1440 BA   Purmerend
Netherlands

Newtonstraat 26- 28
NL-1446 VR   Purmerend
Netherlands
Contact
+31299630730
Mr. Richard Spaargaren
Commercial director Sales
+31299630730
Mr. Maarten Appelman
aftersales & service manager Sales
Website
eurosilo.com
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ESI Eurosilo is a solution provider in storage facilities for non-free flowing bulk solids and large quantities. Our highly automated silos offer maximum control in material handling, up to 100.000 m3, while saving operational costs and valuable space.

Experts in storage challenges

We are a leading Dutch engineering and contracting company in storage solutions for non-free flowing bulk solids and large quantities. Our team of engineers and project managers are passionate about every touch point between bulk materials and storage solutions. What started with an innovative storage silo for a Dutch potato starch manufacturer in the late 1960s, has now evolved into a range of powerful Eurosilo Solutions for customers in major industries around the globe. Our expertise has been recognized by operators, engineering contractors, consultancy agencies and material handling engineers throughout the power industry, chemistry and agriculture.

Our scope

The scope of ESI Eurosilo is design, engineering, production, installation, inspection and maintenance of handling and storage systems (Eurosilo system) for bulk solids such as mammoth silos and related systems. At ESI Eurosilo we are eager to work in close cooperation with customers and technology partners so that we can assure a perfect fit for all requirements.
Bulk Solids Storage
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Storage - Other storage - Mammoth silos

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Upgrade of potato and pea starch silo Emsland-Stärke Emlichheim At the Emsland-Stärke in Emlichheim, Germany, ESI has finished the upgrade of a potato and pea starch silo built by Weibull in the early ‘70s.
Upgrade of potato and pea starch silo Emsland-Stärke Emlichheim
At the Emsland-Stärke in Emlichheim, Germany, ESI has finished the upgrade of a potato and pea starch silo built by Weibull in the early ‘70s. “Combining our technology with the Weibull silo and the requested infeed/output system from a previous supplier was quite a challenge. But now this silo is compliant with today’s requirements and ready for operation over the coming decades,” said Maarten Appelman, the After Sales Manager at ESI. Global supplier for food processing industry Emsland-Stärke Emlichheim is the main production facility, as well as the headquarters, of the globally operating Emsland Group. The Emsland Group develops, produces and markets a wide portfolio of products derived from potatoes and peas, including starch products, potato flakes and granules, as well as proteins and fibers. With a history of almost a hundred years, one of their first potato starch silos needed a thorough upgrade, and all changes needed to be strictly ATEX compliant. Feasibility first Appelman explained, “As most Weibull silos are custom made with technology from almost 50 years ago, we first started
03.11.2021  |  154x  |  Product news  | 
Large-scale homogenization in mammoth silos Thesis on blending in large silos
Large-scale homogenization in mammoth silos
Thesis on blending in large silos This thesis focuses on the applicability of large-scale homogenization in mammoth silos. Mammoth silos are frequently used for the storage of both free flowing and cohesive materials up to volumes of 100,000 m3. For the upgrading of free flowing bulk materials blending piles can be used. However, to date, an upgrading facility for cohesive bulk material is not available. Adding the functionality of homogenization to a mammoth silo means that both free flowing and cohesive materials can be stored and homogenized under climatological controlled circumstances. The competitiveness of homogenizing in mammoth silos versus blending piles depends on the achievable rate of homogenization and the required homogenization efficiency for successive processes. Investment costs and available space are also relevant factors: there is an increasing market for compact and indoor storage facilities in densely populated areas. Experiments were set up to investigate the suitability
15.10.2021  |  036x  |  Product news  | 
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