PO Box 677, 1555 255th St.
Sheffield, IA USA 50475-0677

For every 10 points of moisture removed from one bushel of corn, one gallon of water is produced. Some of this water condenses on the bin wall, causing spoiled grain. Sukup Airway® Tubes work to remove the water from the wall. Airways are perforated, triangular-shaped tubes that pipe dry air along the inside of the bin wall in order to remove moisture condensation. This process, similar to defrosting a windshield, keeps bin walls clean and dry, preventing grain from spoiling along bin walls.

Standard Features

  • Perforated, triangular tubes provide more ventilation than competing tubes with round sleeves in the opening
  • Airway® Tubes direct dry air along the inside of the bin wall to remove moisture from condensation
  • To “meter” the airflow up the bin wall, AirwayTubes are punched with small slots at predetermined intervals
  • In a 24’ bin with grain 12’ deep, you will lose 240 bu of grain with just 4” of bin wall spoilage (300 bu in a 30’ bin; 360 bu in a 36’ bin)
  • In addition to the money lost, spoiled grain sticks to the bin wall, damaging the galvanization and adding stress that could collapse a bin
  • Available in two lengths – 10’ 6” or 12’
  • 10’ 6” Airways are standard and should be installed approximately 1” through the floor flashing

Product Accessories

  • Optional 12’ Airways® extend through the flashing until they rest solidly on the concrete floor, giving additional support to the bin wall
  • Protect the grain around your door with an Airway Door Kit
Product Features
  • Pay for Themselves in One Year Through Reduced Spoilage Costs
  • Prevents Bin Wall Spoilage
  • Easy, Low Cost Installation
  • Prevents Moisture Condensation on the Inside Bin Wall
Jarrod Mosier, J & J Ag

Grover Hill, OH

It’s great partnering with someone who is always looking for innovative ideas to help secure the future of agriculture. It’s great partnering with someone like that.
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