Dome Technology completes third dome for Peeples Industries
These photos were recently taken of the third wood-pellet dome Dome Technology built for Peeples Industries in Savannah, Georgia, USA. Great job, team!
Dome Technology adds new wood-pellet projects to its portfolio
During a period when “business as usual” was anything but, Dome Technology was fortunate to remain active, completing bulk-storage projects in the United States and abroad. In July 2021, the ...
Tips for transitioning to a different stored product
Think once you’ve chosen a product to store in a dome, you’re locked in for life? Think again. Transitioning from one stored product to another might not be as complicated ...
Urban Planning journal article identifies domes as ideal for port cities
Dr. Stephen J. Ramos of the University of Georgia’s College of Environment and Design has published a journal article discussing Dome Technology projects and how domes might be the ideal ...
Dome Technology adds to current project list
The work keeps coming for Dome Technology, and 2021 is proving to be a banner year. Here are a few of the projects the team is tackling now: Repeat customer ...
New video details Barrette-Chapais project
Dome Technology has produced a new video highlighting its work for Barrette-Chapais in Port of Saguenay, Quebec, Canada. Click here to view. Dome Technology was contracted to build two DomeSilos, ...
Two novel features for wood-pellet storage
Many wood-pellet companies are reaping the benefits of two innovative Dome Technology features: the filling tube and round explosion panels. Filling tube Wood-pellet companies working with Dome Technology have the ...
How domes outperform warehouses, steel silos for wood-pellet storage
Traditional storage solutions like warehouses and steel silos may have been the best bulk-storage options in the past, but domes outperform both today. Here are a few things to consider ...
Bruks Siwertell discusses Barrette-Chapais conveyance system
Two powerful elements at the Barrette-Chapais wood-pellet terminal in Quebec, Canada, are the 100-meter Belt Conveyor and 250-meter Tubulator that stretch from the domes near the mountain all the way ...