Drag Chain Conveyors

Sudenga Max Commercial Drag Conveyors (or En-masse Conveyors) offer high capacities and require relatively low horsepower and minimal long term maintenance. Horizontal or incline models offer standard capacities to 30,000 bushels per hour. Capacities above 30,000 bushels per hour are quoted to spec.

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  • [MAX] Shallow Double Drive Over Receiving Pit

    [MAX] Shallow Double Drive Over Receiving Pit

    Sudenga Max Commercial Equipment Line.

    Receive from both hoppers of a trailer at the same time with Sudenga's one-of-a-kind shallow receiving pit. With capacities up to 17,500 BPH and a low-profile completely modular design, this conveyor system a versatile solution. Even more, the patented Shallow Double Drive Over Receiving pit can be installed under a truck scale or in a shallow trench (often less than 4’ deep).

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  • [MAX] Horizontal Drag Chain Conveyors

    [MAX] Horizontal Drag Chain Conveyors

    Sudenga Max Commercial Equipment Line.

    Horizontal drag chain conveyors feature low horsepower requirements per bushel compared to an auger. Minimal long term maintenance and durability are characteristics of a drag conveyor. Overhead, on-grade or underground, drag chain conveyors are a great choice.

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  • [MAX] Incline Drag Chain Conveyors

    [MAX] Incline Drag Chain Conveyors

    Sudenga Max Commercial Equipment Line.

    Incline drag chain conveyors are ideal for conveying grain from pits to legs, underground or overhead...wherever high capacities are required. Drag conveyors feature low-maintenance and low horsepower requirements per bushel compared to an auger. Galvanized construction and multiple inlet/outlet configurations ensure ease of installation and use for years to come.

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  • [MAX] Low-Profile Chain Conveyors

    [MAX] Low-Profile Chain Conveyors

    Sudenga Max Commercial Equipment Line.

    Capacities to 10,000 BPH. Sudenga's Innovative low-profile conveyors feature big capacity with the advantage of minimized installation cost and the long-term durability of drag conveyors. Great in retrofit applications where space or ground water is an issue. Originally developed to feed bucket elevators from shallow drive over pits, thousands of applications later these units can be found loading out to semi-trailers or returning grain to the leg from a low clearance loadout.

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