Bin Sizes include:
24 Ton Single $8,149.00
24 Ton Double $10,205.00
1150 Cubic feet.
Holds 924 Bushel
12' x 12' x 6'
22' To the top of the bin.
8' Drive through clearance
28 Ton Single $9,284.00
28 Ton Double $11,305.00
1300 Cubic feet.
Holds 1,044 Bushel
12' x 12' x 7'
24' To the top of the bin.
8' 10" Drive through clearance.
30 Ton Single $9,705.00
30 Ton Double $11,732.00
1440 Cubic feet.
Holds 1,235 Bushel
12' x 12' x 8'
24' To the top of the bin.
7' 10" Drive through clearance.
*Additional drive through clearances may be special ordered!
**Prices are subject to change.
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We highly encourage and recommend pouring a concrete pad, but there are a few ways to do this. Again, we URGE you to pour a pad.
You can pour two concrete slabs (runner), two feet deep in the ground and one foot wide that the bin's runners will rest on. If you refer to the video (down below) and information posted of standing the Hasart bin up, you will see that is the approach they used.
Plan for these slabs to be the correct distance apart to match your runners on your bin. When done correctly, your bin can be stood up easy on top of them. You will need to support these slabs with either rebar enforced, or with a fiberglass webbing method.
Some have even filled four lick tubs with cement, with chains coming out of the top, to anchor the four corners of their bins to a "footer". Let these tubs sit up out of the ground a few inches to compensate for any settling they may do over time.
The MUST of standing your bin up, is that it HAS to be supported. It must be supported at all four corners, or the legs of your bin, will bow and collapse. We really suggest pouring a complete pad. You will find a diagram in the Downloadable PDF's Section of our page.
Standing Up Your Bin
Let us show you some insight behind what it takes to stand your bin up once you get it home. Our driver charges a small fee to aid you in standing it up for you, or the following information should give you the knowledge to do it yourself. First off, you will need two 100 horse loader tractors. They need to have the capacity to lift approximately 3500 lb. One of these tractors will need to have front wheel assist. Do not try standing one up without four-wheel-drive locked in, (we have heard of some horror stories where the bins have dropped back down on the trailer). We will then have you lift your bin minimally, just enough for our driver to pull ahead and correct placement of the bin on his trailer. He will have you set it back down and back off, and let the legs of the bin lower and rest on the ground. Next, chaining. Both tractors will be chained to the bin, and it will also be anchored to the end of his trailer. Pay close attention to the placement and way that these chains are placed in all three locations in the following photos and videos. Once all chains have been secured, you will be guided in standing your bin up. Refer to the video provided on how this looks.
Give us a call if you have any questions on this process!
Overhead Bin Specs
Bin Pad Recommendations
An empty bin weighs less than 3 Tons.
White is the standard color of our bins.
We can arrange for a truck to deliver your bin, or you are welcome to pick it up. An oversized road permit is required for the transport of all of our bins. State permits vary in fee amounts, but Nebraska's is $15.00. We will require some information from you in order to order the permit, such as:
*IMPORTANT. If you are transporting your own bin, you will need to be prepared withtwo 20'chains and two chain binders. If you have oversized road flags or other accessories, feel free to bring them as well.