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With canola storage, consistency matters
Protect your canola storage by selecting a dome. Rely on our team to construct an airtight structure that wards off water, insects, and rodents and controls temperature and air conditions inside.
Superior moisture protection: The custom PVC airform covering the dome prevents exposure to moisture. The dome’s insulated nature also prevents heating and cooling of the walls and air inside, thus preventing condensation on the walls and protecting the integrity of the product.
Temperature control: The combination of waterproof membrane, reinforced concrete shell, and continuous layer of polyurethane foam prevents extreme temperature fluctuation.
Aeration system: Domes are constructed as needed with aeration systems used to control temperature and moisture in long-term canola storage.
Food-safe features: Talk to our team about your requirements for cleanliness. From stainless-steel equipment to food-grade paint, we help our customers handle and process agricultural product using the most sterile means possible.
Grain Case Studies
Click below for details about a few of our grain projects.
If the ever-growing Dome Technology portfolio is any indication, domes are becoming a go-to solution for companies storing a wide variety of dry-bulk products. In 2022 Dome Technology’s team tackled 17 construction projects for products ranging from salt to sugar with wood pellets topping the list in frequency. In 2021 the number of construction projects […]
Grain companies looking to increase storage at existing sites can maximize their investment by selecting a DomeSilo from Dome Technology. By building a new structure on an existing footprint, companies gain greater storage capacity as the DomeSilo is built upward, not outward, requiring no additional land. Dome Technology pioneered the reinforced-concrete dome concept more than […]
A company that manages more than 150 miles of roadway in the Midwest utilizes eleven salt storage facilities, each holding the amount of salt needed for a season’s worth of winter weather on a specific stretch of highway. But just like salt breaks down ice, it also deteriorates wood, and in 2019, some of these existing wooden […]