Posted on: 2018-10-11
Have you heard about other farmers suggesting bunker tarps as the most effective cover solution in storing agricultural grain? If you want to try this type of grain cover solution, here are some questions to ask before making a final purchase.
Whether a farmer is looking for short-term or long-term grain cover solution the most recommended material for any size or shape of grain bunker is top quality polyethylene. Bunker tarps made from this high-density material helps preserve the quality of grain and prevent future spoilage resulting to bad weather conditions.
If you wish to purchase grain cover like the bunker tarps these are custom built to suit the grain storage requirement of any farmer. In fact, bunker tarpaulins come in varied sizes to cater to the specific needs of a farmer.
Yes, there is a round cover that can fit round piles. This type of grain cover solution is designed to protect the cover from any form of stress due to round pile or lift ring. The round cover has four section with non-fitted stepped. The covering is sewn to put together the panel in the site where grain should be stored.
The installation method for bunker tarps may vary from one farmer to another. In fact, even custom-made grain cover solutions are installed depending on the personal preferences and grain covering and storage requirements of farmers. Some farmers would opt for ground dump with covering of tarpaulin material while other farm owners would consider the cheapest and quickest method of installation the ground dump without covering. However, the surest method of installation for grain cover solution is a covering made from fabricated polyethylene material reinforced with special equipment.
The common of unrolling the grain cover is start pulling the covering material up and over the peak of the pile of grain and unfold to its full length.
If there are two or more grain covers like the bunker tarps that a farmer plans to combine the best approach to connect them is through sewing.
Yes, among the crucial factors in the selection of grain cover material like bunker tarps are chemical component, UV protection rating, puncture resistance, strength and installation method. Other issues to be considered include the length of use. For example, for short-term grain storage a thin material is more beneficial with at least 6 mil of thickness. However, if a farmer prefers long-term grain cover the recommend material should have at least 15 to 23 mil of thickness.
If in need of short-term or long-term grain cover solution the experts at Polytex can provide professional advice on what is the best tarps and installation method. Know more about bunker tarps now by booking for a private consultation.