Five silage clamps for French biogas project
Bosch Beton placed five new silage clamps in a somewhat unusual shape for a biogas project in Tennie, France.
Optimised use of space
Bosch Beton placed the five silage clamps at a biogas project in Tennie, France earlier this year. We worked with the customer to decide how to optimise the use of the available silage clamp space, with the silos being placed slightly staggered and angled.
Approximately 120 of our retaining walls were used for this project: L300 and U300 with and without heel. The silage clamps vary in size from 88 metres to 20 metres in length and are 22 metres wide. We have since also received another request for an extra silage clamp!
Clean, orderly and cost-effective raw materials storage is very important for a biogas digester. With Bosch Beton walls, you are assured of maximum yield on your raw materials.
If you would like to know more about this project or our customised retaining wall solutions for biogas, please feel free to contact our consultants.
Build your silage clamp
Using our 3D generator, you can build your own silage clamp in three steps Decide what you are going to use the silo for, select a silage clamp wall type, and enter the dimensions of your silage clamp along with the axle weight. Make a selection for the paving of the farmyard, and any accessories and services required. You will receive a customized recommendation free of obligation within three working days of receipt of your application. If you would rather have personal advice, please contact our team.
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