"It's an unloading aeration system with no internal moving parts, so it promotes the zero-bin entry initiative," says [Todd Morey]. "After standard gravity unloading, high-pressure air fluidizes the remaining grain in the troughs and moves it to the discharge point. A properly installed system should leave less than a bushel of grain behind, so you can easily go from corn to soybeans with little cross-contamination."
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