Grain Cooling Spears
Grain cooling spears have an important part to play in a professional crop storage system. Hot grain quickly deteriorates and can heat up without warning; cool grain keeps safely.
Trouble-Dry grain cooling spears are a simple solution to the common problem of hot spots in stored crops. They are ideal for cooling small quantities of grain, urgent spot drying and controlling unexpected insect infestations.
Trouble-Dry aeration spears and fans cure the problem before it gets serious – simply screw the spear into the hot spot and suck the heat out.
Advantages and Benefits of Martin Lishman grain cooling spears
- Choice of spears – to deal with all hot spot problems in both oil seed rape and cereals
- Strong, extra-long single piece handle – easier to screw the spear in to hot grain
- Choice of fans – to provide faster cooling of more grain and spot drying
Choice of fans to suit different hot spot problems
Efficient economic fan
Cools up to 15 tons of grain in an area 3m square (9m2)
Cures hot spots in 24 hours (depending on ambient temperature)
Includes Standard single phase fan
Stronger fan, faster cooling
Cools more grain – up to 35 tons in an area 5m square (25m2), so spear needs to be moved less often
Cures hot spots faster – in 12 hours (depending on ambient temperature)
Includes Extra higher airflow single phase aluminium body fan
Supplied with powerful F2 Pile-Dry single or 3 phase fan and reducing adapter
Higher airflow helps achieve extra fast cooling
Ideal for spot drying of grain, peas and beans in small heaps (depending on ambient temperature and humidity)
Choice of spears to cool hot spots in grain, oil seed rape and poppy seeds
Standard 3mm perforations for cooling most grains
Smaller 1.5mm perforations for cooling oil seed rape and grass seeds (also works in grain)
Fine mesh for cooling poppy seeds
All Trouble-Dry grain cooling spears are supplied with an extra-long single piece handle which makes it easier to screw the spear into hot grain
Considering Trouble-Dry Grain Cooling Spears for your crop-store?