Silage clamp at unique angle
A farmer in Sprang Capelle wanted to combine the space behind a stall with an entrance next to the stall. With our retaining walls this created a unique silage clamp at an angle of 118 degrees.
Our Sprang Capelle client’s request was one we do not encounter often. He wanted to combine the space behind a stall with an entrance next to the stall. This creates an angle of 118 degrees in his silage clamp. We used our L175 retaining walls for this unusual silage clamp. We reached this solution together with Aannemersbedrijf Van Wijlen BV.
Clinker bricks were laid on the floor and the silage clamp was sealed with indestructible bitumen sealant.
If you would like to know more about this project or our customised retaining wall solutions for silage clamps, please feel free to contact our consultants.
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