Grain Dryers

Technology That Will Save You Bushels

Propane grain dryer technology has come a long way. Today's models use up to 50 percent less thermal energy to remove the same amount of moisture as older models. Those are savings you can bank on. Keep exploring to learn more.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How can a new propane-powered grain dryer benefit my operation?

Today’s propane-powered grain dryers use up to 50 percent less thermal energy to do the same job as the previous generation of dryers. Today’s models take approximately 1,650 Btus to remove a pound of water, compared with older technology that takes as much as 3,500 Btus.

How reliable are new propane-powered grain dryers?

Today’s continuous flow propane dryers were designed with fast-paced, high-yield operations in mind. They’re designed for a long life, with low maintenance requirements, giving you more drying time and less downtime.

What are my first steps for adding a propane grain dryer to my operation?

Ask your equipment dealer for information on the propane grain dryers they carry, work together to determine your equipment needs, and reach out to your propane supplier to discuss a fueling schedule and contract.

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