NEW RELEASE Collapsible Hopper to Suit 7”, 9”, 10” & 11” Augers


Vennings new collapsible detachable grain hopper attached and detaches in seconds. It can be used in any height between 420mm and 820mm by adjusting the chain and hook.

The hopper is fitted with a steel base with safety mesh and a cleanout trapdoor fitted to the bottom of the hopper. The top
material is made from tautliner 900gsm heavy duty canvas

Available to suit Vennings 7”, 9”, 10” & 11”

Collapsible hopper in raised  position maximum height of 820mm from bottom of hopper to top of canvas

Collapsible hopper in lowered position 420mm from bottom of hopper to top of canvas

Collapsible hopper with chain released so it will fit snug around bottom of silo

Fitted with removable safety mesh

Cleanout trapdoor on bottom of hopper


For more information please contact us

Phone: 08 8821 1196

Office / Postal Address
40 Moonta Road
Kadina South Australia 5554

The manufacturer reserves the right to change specification without notice or incurring obligation.  Information contained herein is from data available at time of publishing.  Photos are for illustration purposes only

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