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1 HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM MODELS ASSEMBLY MANUAL ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS Read this manual before using product. Failure to follow instructions and safety precautions can result in serious injury, death, or property damage. Keep manual for future reference. Part Number: BNH R8 Revised: 30/7/15

2 This product has been designed and constructed according to general engineering standards a. Other local regulations may apply and must be followed by the operator. We strongly recommend that all personnel associated with this equipment be trained in the correct operational and safety procedures required for this product. Periodic reviews of this manual with all employees should be standard practice. For your convenience, we include this sign-off sheet so you can record your periodic reviews. Date Employee Signature Employer Signature a. Standards include organizations such as the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, American National Standards Institute, Canadian Standards Association, International Organization for Standardization, EN Standards, and/or others.

3 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM MODELS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction Safety General Safety Information Assembly Safety Safety Decals Decal Installation/Replacement Safety Decal Locations and Details Assembly Pre-Assembly Site Selection Site Conditions Check Shipment Hopper Ladder Packaging Bolt Tightening Sealing Instructions for all Bolted Hopper Bottoms , 19, & 22 Hopper Foundation Foundation Tolerances (Roundness and Level) Steel Foundation Concrete Foundation Hopper Bottom Assembly Assembly Methods (14 ) Bin Preparation Hopper Bottom Ring Beam External Stiffener Brackets Hopper Columns and Foot Pads Hopper Cone Inspection Hatch Assembly Detail Wind Braces Hopper Throat and Slide Gate Round Tube Aeration Assembly Instructions Rocket Aeration Assembly Instructions & 22 Hopper Bottom Assembly Assembly Methods (19-22 ) Hopper Columns Hopper bottom Ring Beam Hopper Cone, Wind Braces, and Throat Leg Braces Slide Gate and Crank Connecting the Hopper Top & 22 Hopper Aeration Assembly Instructions Other Components Hopper Bottom Ladder Assembly Hopper Bottom Ladder Assembly Hopper Bottom Ladder Assembly Limited Warranty BNH R8 3

4 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM MODELS 4 BNH R8

5 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM MODELS 1. Introduction 1. INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing an AGI hopper bottom. You will be working with equipment designed to complement and improve your farming operation. Before using this hopper bottom, please read this manual and familiarize yourself with the various features of the equipment and the necessary precautions for efficient and safe operation. In addition, anyone using this hopper bottom is required to be familiar with all safety precautions. A sign-off form is supplied on the inside front cover to record your safety reviews. Keep this manual handy for frequent reference and to review with new personnel. Call your local distributor or dealer if you need assistance or additional information. BNH R8 5

6 1. INTRODUCTION AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM MODELS 6 BNH R8

7 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 2. SAFETY MODELS 2.1. GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION 2. Safety 2.1. GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION The Safety Alert symbol identifies important safety messages on the product and in the manual. When you see this symbol, be alert to the possibility of personal injury or death. Follow the instructions in the safety messages. Why is SAFETY important? Accidents disable and kill. Accidents cost. Accidents can be avoided. SIGNAL WORDS: Note the use of the signal words DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION, and NOTICE with the safety messages. The appropriate signal word for each message has been selected using the definitions below as a guideline. DANGER Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided, will result in serious injury or death. WARNING Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in serious injury or death. CAUTION Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. NOTICE Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in property damage. BNH R8 7

8 2. SAFETY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 2.2. ASSEMBLY SAFETY MODELS YOU are responsible for the SAFE use and maintenance of your equipment. YOU must ensure that you and anyone else who is going to work around the equipment understands all procedures and related SAFETY information contained in this manual. Remember, YOU are the key to safety. Good safety practices not only protect you, but also the people around you. Make these practices a working part of your safety program. Important: Below are general instructions that apply to all safety practices. Any instructions specific to a certain safety practice (e.g., Operational Safety), can be found in the appropriate section. Always read the complete instructional sections and not just these safety summaries before doing anything with the equipment. It is the equipment owner, operator, and maintenance personnel's responsibility to read and understand ALL safety instructions, safety decals, and manuals and follow them when assembling, operating, or maintaining the equipment. All accidents can be avoided. Equipment owners must give instructions and review the information initially and annually with all personnel before allowing them to operate this product. Untrained users/operators expose themselves and bystanders to possible serious injury or death. Use this equipment for its intended purposes only. Do not modify the equipment in any way without written permission from the manufacturer. Unauthorized modification may impair the function and/or safety, and could affect the life of the equipment. Any unauthorized modification of the equipment voids the warranty. Do not allow any unauthorized person in the work area ASSEMBLY SAFETY Have 2 people handle the heavy, bulky components. Stay away from overhead power lines and other obstructions during assembly. Contact with power lines can cause electrocution. Tighten all fasteners to their specified torque before using the equipment. Do not work in high winds. Edges of bin sheets, roof sheets, and other components may be sharp and can cut. Handle with care and wear protective gloves and clothing when handling SAFETY DECALS Keep safety decals clean and legible at all times. Replace safety decals that are missing or have become illegible. See decal location figures that follow. Replaced parts must display the same decal(s) as the original part. Replacement safety decals are available free of charge from your distributor, dealer, or factory. 8 BNH R8

9 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 2. SAFETY MODELS 2.3. SAFETY DECALS DECAL INSTALLATION/REPLACEMENT 1. Decal area must be clean and dry, with a temperature above 50 F (10 C). 2. Decide on the exact position before you remove the backing paper. 3. Align the decal over the specified area and carefully press the small portion with the exposed sticky backing in place. 4. Slowly peel back the remaining paper and carefully smooth the remaining portion of the decal in place. 5. Small air pockets can be pierced with a pin and smoothed out using the sign backing paper SAFETY DECAL LOCATIONS AND DETAILS Replicas of the safety decals that are attached to the equipment and their messages are shown in the figure(s) that follow. Safe operation of the equipment requires that you familiarize yourself with the various safety decals and the areas or particular functions that the decals apply to, as well as the safety precautions that must be taken to avoid serious injury, death, or damage. BNH R8 9

10 2. SAFETY 2.3. SAFETY DECALS AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM MODELS DANGER SUFFOCATION HAZARD To prevent serious injury or death: Never enter bin when loading or unloading grain. Lifeline, safety harness, and observer required for bin entry Consult operator manual for safe entry procedures for stored grain that is not being loaded or unloaded. Made in Canada WARNING FALLING HAZARD To prevent serious injury or death: Do not climb ladder if damaged, wet, icy, greasy, or slippery. WARNING Maintain good balance by having at least three points of contact at all times. SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read operator s manual and all safety decals before assembling, using, or servicing bin. Safety harnesses and climbing equipment are required. Consult local safety authorities. Made in Canada Lock bin door (if equipped) and close/latch all other access doors when not in use. Do not alter or modify bin structure. Replace any damaged components only with factory made components. This bin should only be used to store free flowing grains. When filling, use top filler cap and direct grain to center of bin. NOTICE When equipped with aeration system, to prevent roof and/or bin damage: Consult dealer to install adequate roof venting. Ensure all roof vents are open and unobstructed. Do not over-fill bin. Grain should not be in contact with or place pressure on roof sheets. If the operator manual or safety decals are missing or damaged, call AGI Nobleford at or see for replacements. Made in Canada Discontinue use of aeration fan if roof vents become obstructed with ice. Made in Canada Figure 2.1 Safety Decal Locations 10 BNH R8

11 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.1. PRE-ASSEMBLY 3. Assembly WARNING Before continuing, ensure you have read and understand the relevant information in the safety section. Safety information is provided to help prevent serious injury, death, or property damage PRE-ASSEMBLY SITE SELECTION Selection of an appropriate site is a very important step prior to assembling a grain bin. The following must be adhered to when choosing a bin site: Choose a firm, level, well-drained site, preferably at the top of a small hill or incline so that snow/water cannot collect near the grain bin. The soil needs a bearing capacity of at least 3,000 lb/ft 2 (143 kpa) when using an AGI-designed foundation. Check bearing capacity if there is any doubt about its adequacy. If building a hopper bottom bin, refer to that manual for further information on concrete foundation requirements. Top soil is not adequate for the support of a grain bin and must be removed prior to assembly and replaced with packed gravel fill. The foundation may be subject to frost movement. If in doubt about the site, hire a professional engineer who is familiar with local conditions. Some materials that seem adequate at one time of year may become unstable later. Dry clay, for example, may lose practically all its strength if it becomes saturated with water. Grain bins should never be located near high buildings that may cause uneven snow build up on the bin roof or uneven wind pressure on the structure; both may result in bin damage. Bins should be positioned a safe distance from power lines or electrical transmission equipment. Contact your local power company to obtain recommended equipment clearance information. Electrical control equipment in contact with the bin must be grounded and installed in accordance with local codes. Determine your electrical needs for assembly and ensure that there is the correct type and a sufficient amount of power to operate tools, air compressors, lighting, etc. Ensure that there is sufficient power to operate any aeration or unload equipment that is to be installed. Orientation: Consider door (if equipped) and vent placement, loading auger direction, and unloading auger direction when choosing a site. BNH R8 11

12 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3.2. HOPPER LADDER PACKAGING MODELS SITE CONDITIONS Access routes to the site and within the site should be given on a site plan showing dimensions and level of access routes, level of the prepared working area for site traffic and plant, and areas available for storage. Construction of the bin shall not start until the following site conditions have planned for and evaluated for safety: provision and maintenance of hard standing surfaces for cranes and access equipment; access routes to and within the site should be included on the site plan; soil conditions affecting the safe operation of the structure; possible settlement of erection supports for the structure; details of underground services, overhead cables or site obstructions; limitations on dimensions or weights of components that can be delivered onto the site; special environmental and climatic conditions on and around the site; particulars of adjacent structures affecting or affected by the works CHECK SHIPMENT Unload the bin parts at the assembly site and compare the bill of materials to the shipment. Ensure that all items have arrived and that none are damaged. It is important to report missing or damaged parts immediately to ensure that proper credit is received from either AGI or from your AGI distributor/dealer, and to ensure that any missing parts can be shipped quickly to avoid holding up the assembly process HOPPER LADDER PACKAGING 14 HOPPER LADDER PACKAGING For all 14 hopper bottom orders for European Union countries, the hopper bottom section ladder parts (braces, stringers, standoffs, and rungs) are packaged with the bin that will be paired to the hopper bottom. 19 AND 22 HOPPER LADDER PACKAGING For all 19 and 22 hopper bottom orders for European Union countries, the hopper bottom section main ladder parts (stringers, standoffs, and rungs) are packaged with the bin that will be paired to the hopper bottom. The ladder parts included with the hopper bottom include ladder braces, as well as brackets and other hardware required to mount the braces. 12 BNH R8

13 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.2. HOPPER LADDER PACKAGING BOLT TIGHTENING All the bolts that are required to assemble the hopper bottom are supplied. When tightening bolts, tighten the nut on the bolt until a snug -tightened condition has been achieved, as defined in Specification for Structural Joints Using ASTM A325 or A490 Bolts (Research Council on Structural Connections: June 30, 2004), which states: The snug-tightened condition is the tightness that is attained with a few impacts of an impact wrench or the full effort of an ironworker using an ordinary spud wrench to bring the connected plies into firm contact. All bolted connections must be tightened to a snug-tightened condition, and any mention in this manual of tightening bolts indicates tightening to a snug-tightened condition. All assembly crew members must be made aware of this requirement, and must know how to achieve a snug-tightened condition using common bin-building tools SEALING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL BOLTED HOPPER BOTTOMS Follow the instructions below to protect the hopper against water entry and grain leakage. Use the 3/16 butyl caulking roll and the grey MultiFlex caulking tubes provided. If additional sealing is desired, additional tubes of MultiFlex are available from your dealer or you may purchase another thermoplastic sealent. It is important to use a thermoplastic sealant for a proper seal. Do not use silicone. 1. Apply 2 rows of 3/16 butyl caulking to the throat (one row on each side of the bolt holes) before fastening the throat to the cone, as shown in Figure 3.1. See Hopper Throat and Slide Gate on page 34 for assembly instructions. CONE CAULKING ROWS (3/16 BUTYL) THROAT Figure 3.1 Hopper Throat BNH R8 13

14 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3.2. HOPPER LADDER PACKAGING MODELS 2. Apply a 1/4 bead of grey MultiFlex caulking around the hopper ring and bin wall interface. See Figure 3.2. BIN WALL CAULKING (1/4 BEAD) RING BEAM Figure 3.2 Hopper Ring 3. Apply 3/16 butyl caulking to the ring beam and cone sheet interface shown in Figure 3.3. See Hopper Cone on page 30 for cone assembly instructions. RING BEAM CAULKING (3/16 BUTYL) CONE SHEET Figure 3.3 Hopper Cone 14 BNH R8

15 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS , 19, & 22 HOPPER FOUNDATION Note: 4. In areas with heavy rainfall, you may wish to seal between cone sheets, as shown in Figure 3.4. We recommend using 3/16 butyl caulking or thermoplastic sealent. See Hopper Cone on page 30 for cone assembly instructions. Sealant is not provided for this application. CAULKING (3/16 BUTYL) CONE SHEETS Figure 3.4 Cone Sheets , 19, & 22 HOPPER FOUNDATION FOUNDATION TOLERANCES (ROUNDNESS AND LEVEL) AGI 3 Hopper Bins are designed to be used with a suitable concrete pad, concrete piles, or for specific bin sizes, an AGI Steel Skid Foundation on a compacted gravel pad. Hopper bin support legs must be laid out on a common circle, bolted in place on the common radius within ±10 mm (3/8 ). Adjacent support legs must be equally spaced within ±10 mm (3/8 ) measured between column centers. A concrete pad used to support a hopper bin must be flat, smooth, and level within ±5 mm (3/16 ) as measured across opposite sides of the pad. Piles must be collectively level within ±5 mm (3/16 ) as measured across pile pairs that are furthest apart. BNH R8 15

16 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM , 19, & 22 HOPPER FOUNDATION MODELS Note: For steel skid foundations, the compacted gravel base under the foundation must be flat, smooth, and level within +5 mm (3/16 ) to -15 mm (9/16 ) as measured from any base point of measurement on the gravel base that supports the steel skid. For both concrete pads and piles, differences in level between adjacent support legs can be addressed with metal shims as long as the overall tolerance is not exceeded. Figure 3.5 Hopper Bin Support Leg Measurements B C C B Table 3.1 Hopper Bin Support Leg Measurements Bin Diameter Support Leg Radius (B) a Adjacent Support Legs Spacing (C) b mm [79.58 ] mm [79.6 ] mm [ ] 1524 mm [60.00 ] mm [ ] 1530 mm [60.25 ] a. Center-to-center. b. Center-to-center STEEL FOUNDATION All hopper bottoms may be supported using our bolt-together steel foundations. However, it is very important that these foundations be supported with an adequate, compacted, gravel base to ensure that they will not shift and cause the structure to fail. Steel foundations are for use with hopper bottoms manufactured by AGI and are not warranted for use with any other make of hopper. The following precautions must be taken: Proper site preparation is critical! Topsoil will not provide adequate support for the foundation. Remove all loose, organic, or wet soil from the area around the foundation as shown in Figure BNH R8

17 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS , 19, & 22 HOPPER FOUNDATION NOTICE Compacted gravel base must remain level. Any out-of-level condition on the foundation will cause deformation or failure of the bin sidewalls and hopper components. Steel foundations must be placed on a layer of gravel of sufficient depth and compaction, and must remain level to within ± 3/8 after loading. See Figure 3.6 and Tables 3.2 and 3.3 for the appropriate base for your hopper. The foundation must make contact with the gravel base all around the perimeter of the foundation. Gaps between the gravel and the foundation are not permissible. The foundation and hopper must be anchored to prevent the structure from overturning in the wind when empty. The hopper should be placed on high ground in a well-drained location. Center the assembled skid over the desired location of the hopper. H H H Figure 3.6 Steel Foundations Assembly Table 3.2 Gravel Depth and Quantity Number of Rings Bin Diameter Gravel Depth (in) Qty (yd 3 ) Gravel Depth (in) Qty (yd 3 ) Gravel Depth (in) Qty (yd 3 ) Gravel Depth (in) Qty (yd 3 ) Gravel Depth (in) Qty (yd 3 ) BNH R8 17

18 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM , 19, & 22 HOPPER FOUNDATION MODELS Table 3.3 Bearing Capacity Required for Compacted Gravel, lb/ft 2 Number of Rings Bin Diameter / Steel Foundation Materials Item Description Qty 1 Skid Section 3 2 1/2-13 x 1-1/2 Flange Hex Bolt /2-13 Flange Nut /2 Washer 24 Figure Steel Foundation 18 BNH R8

19 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS , 19, & 22 HOPPER FOUNDATION / Steel Foundation Materials Item Description Qty 1 Skid Section 6 2 1/2-13 x 1-1/2 Flange Hex Bolt /2-13 Flange Nut /8-11 x 2 Flange Hex Bolt /8-11 Flange Nut /2 Washer 52 Figure Steel Foundation BNH R8 19

20 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM , 19, & 22 HOPPER FOUNDATION MODELS / Steel Foundation Materials Item Description Qty 1 Skid Section 7 2 1/2-13 x 1-1/2 Flange Hex Bolt /2-13 Flange Nut /8-11 x 2 Flange Hex Bolt /8-11 Flange Nut /2 Washer 60 Figure Steel Foundation 20 BNH R8

21 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS , 19, & 22 HOPPER FOUNDATION CONCRETE FOUNDATION Important: Concrete foundations will provide the safest support for any hopper bin. It is highly recommended that hopper bins greater than 5 tiers high (Models 14-5, 16-5, 19-5, 22-5) and all hoppers in permanent locations be supported with concrete foundations. When placing a concrete foundation, the following precautions must be taken: Choose a well drained location with a minimum soil bearing capacity of 3,000 lb/ft 2. If soil bearing capacity is not known, consult a local engineering professional. Remove all topsoil and construct a concrete pad for the appropriate hopper size (Figure ). The perimeter beam and slab must rest on coarse gravel compacted to 3700 lb/ft 2 and should rise above the surrounding soil. Use 3,000 lb/ft 2 in concrete and reinforcement as shown. The hopper bin must be anchored to the foundation to prevent the structure from overturning in the wind when empty. If you have purchased a concrete form from AGI and will reuse the form, install the leveling brackets on the exterior of the form. Install the bolts on the inside and the nuts on the outside of the form for easy removal. BNH R8 21

22 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM , 19, & 22 HOPPER FOUNDATION MODELS 19-1/4 9-5/8 79-9/16 R92 6 X 6 WIRE MESH R80 R M TIE BARS POSITION UNDER COLUMNS M REBAR TOP AND BOTTOM EQUAL SPACES 3 1 MAX CROWN FOR DRAINAGE LAYER WIRE MESH 6 X 6 COMPACTED COARSE GRAVEL Concrete Foundation Description Coarse Gravel 10M Rebar x 20 10M Rebar x 5 Qty 3.7 yd / 3.4 m 13 pcs 12 pcs 6 x 6 Wire Mesh 162 ft psi Concrete 6.0 yd / 5.5 m Anchor Requirements: Shear = 1300 lb/anchor Uplift = 10,500 lb/anchor Figure Concrete Foundation 22 BNH R8

23 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS , 19, & 22 HOPPER FOUNDATION 13/16 9/ / X 6 WIRE MESH R98 R116 R M TIE BARS 1-LAYER WIRE MESH 6 X M REBAR 4 EQUALLY SPACED 3 1 MAX CROWN FOR DRAINAGE 24 6 COMPACTED COARSE GRAVEL 8-15 M REBAR EQUALLY SPACED Concrete Foundation Description Coarse Gravel 15M Rebar x 20 10M Rebar x 9 Qty 7.8 yd / 7.1 m 30 pcs 24 pcs 6 x 6 Wire Mesh 370 ft psi Concrete 18.5 yd / 16.9 m Anchor Requirements: Shear = 1500 lb/anchor Uplift = 10,400 lb/anchor Figure Concrete Foundation BNH R8 23

24 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM HOPPER BOTTOM ASSEMBLY MODELS 9/16 13/ /16 9 R155 6 X 6 WIRE MESH R115 R / M TIE BARS POSITION UNDER COLUMNS M REBAR TOP AND BOTTOM EQUALLY SPACED 3 1 MAX CROWN FOR DRAINAGE LAYER WIRE MESH 6 X COMPACTED COARSE GRAVEL Concrete Foundation Description Qty Coarse Gravel 15M Rebar x 20 10M Rebar x yd / 19.1 m 47 pcs 14 pcs 6 x 6 Wire Mesh 450 ft psi Concrete 25 yd / 22.9 m Anchor Requirements: Shear = 1660 lb/anchor Uplift = 10,400 lb/anchor Figure Concrete Foundation HOPPER BOTTOM ASSEMBLY This hopper bottom is meant to be used under galvanized steel bins that have a 520 circumference or 13 9 diameter when measured to the inside of the corrugation of the bin wall. This will include bins manufactured by AGI as well as some other manufacturers bins commonly referred to as 14 bins. This hopper is designed for use on a new AGI bin. If using the hopper on an older AGI flat bottom bin, call AGI for advice concerning additional stiffening that may be required. 24 BNH R8

25 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS HOPPER BOTTOM ASSEMBLY Ensure that the hopper will fit on another manufacturer s bin before beginning any assembly work. Call manufacturer if you are unsure. AGI has no control over the manufacture and design of bins made by other companies and does not accept liability for any property loss, injury, or death that may result form the use of such bins. NOTICE Many bins used in flat bottom applications are not adequately stiffened for use on hoppers. Failure to ensure that the design is sound and safe may result in damage to bin and/or personal injury. Note: Refer to Figures 3.13, and , and for part identification, hardware usage, and layout Figure Hopper Exploded View BNH R8 25

26 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM HOPPER BOTTOM ASSEMBLY MODELS 14 Hopper Bill of Materials Item Description Qty 1 Ring Beam 12 2 Splice Bracket 12 3 Cone Section 9 4 Manhole Cone Section 1 5 Aeration Inlet Cone Section 1 6 Rocket Inlet Cone Section 1 7 Top Leg Bracket (6L, 6R) 12 8 Leg 12 9 Foot Pad 6 10 Leg Brace 6 11 Wind Brace Bracket 6 12 Wind Brace 6 13 Throat 1 14 Slide Gate Assembly 1 15 Crank Guide 1 16 Crank Handle 1 17 Aeration Inlet Cover Plate 1 18 Rocket Inlet Cover Plate 1 19 Internal Stiffener Bracket 9 20 Ladder (Not shown, see ladder assembly) 1 21 Skid Section 6 26 BNH R8

27 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS HOPPER BOTTOM ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY METHODS (14 ) There are two common methods used to assemble 14 hopper bottoms. The first method is to build the hopper bottom onto a hopper top that is supported by a bin crane, beginning by adding segments of the ring beam and working with the sequence presented in this manual until the full hopper bin is complete. The second method is to build the hopper bottom fully, using whatever sequence is preferred by the assembler as long as it follows the principles set out in this manual. To assemble the full hopper bin, use a bin crane to lift a hopper top onto the hopper bottom. For both methods, it is important to ensure that specific bolts on the hopper top are loose before the ring beam and the hopper top are joined together. Before joining hopper top to the hopper bottom ring beam, it is important to ensure that: All bottom-tier hopper-top stiffener bolts are sufficiently loose (nuts placed fully on bolts, but not tightened). All bottom-tier hopper-top vertical seam bolts are sufficiently loose (nuts placed fully on bolts, but not tightened). These stiffener and vertical seam bolts can be fully tightened only after the hopper top is fully connected to the ring beam of the hopper bottom with 3/8 x 1-1/8 bin bolts inserted from outside the hopper top. WARNING When lifting or supporting a hopper top with a crane, always ensure that the crane is rated for the load (including weight of hopper bottom if required) and has sufficient reach height and reach angle to lift, support, and place the hopper top BIN PREPARATION Before placing the bin on the hopper, the bin sidewall ladder must be positioned on the ring beam for the hopper ladder to fit properly. NOTICE Stiffeners vary in thickness (gauge). If the stiffeners are improperly installed, the bin could collapse once filled with grain. BNH R8 27

28 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM HOPPER BOTTOM ASSEMBLY MODELS HOPPER BOTTOM RING BEAM Note: 1. Raise the bin to a comfortable height and bolt the ring beams to the bin wall. Make sure the name sheet is centered over the center of a ring beam; this will allow the hopper ladder to line up between the two A-frame columns. 2. Bolt the top leg brackets to the splice brackets as shown in Figure The top leg brackets come in right and left parts. Plan ahead to get the name sheet centered between two columns as shown in the Sheet and Stiffener Layout in the Hopper Top manual. Figure 3.14 shows how the left and right top leg bracket pairs must be oriented in relation to each other. 7 LEFT BRACKET Figure 3.14 Left and Right Leg Bracket Orientation RIGHT BRACKET 3. Apply a strip of 3/16 caulking to the back of the splice brackets as shown in Figure Bolt the splice brackets to the ring beams as shown. 4. Double check the orientation of the top leg brackets /16 CAULKING Figure 3.15 Splice Bracket Assembly 5. When all the ring beams are fitted to the bin wall and the splice brackets are fitted to the ring beams, tighten the bolts in the bin wall. When this is done, tighten the bolts in the ring. 28 BNH R8

29 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS HOPPER BOTTOM ASSEMBLY EXTERNAL STIFFENER BRACKETS STIFFENER DRILL 9/16 HOLE THROUGH RING BEAM AND INSTALL 1/2 GR8 BOLT. 3/8 X 3/4 GR8 BIN BOLTS BOTTOM BRACE ORIGINAL STIFFENER BOLT 1/2 GR8 BOLT IDENTIFICATION SIDE VIEW RING BEAM BOLT RING BEAM Figure 3.16 External Stiffener Bracket BNH R8 29

30 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM HOPPER BOTTOM ASSEMBLY MODELS HOPPER COLUMNS AND FOOT PADS 1. Raise the bin and bolt the legs to the top leg brackets; refer to Figure When all the legs are bolted at the top, the footpads can be bolted to the bottom of the legs. 3. Finally, bolt on the leg braces to finish the columns Figure 3.17 Column and Foot Pad Assembly HOPPER CONE Included in this hopper cone package are nine cone sections, one manhole cone section, and two cone sections designed to accommodate Round Tube and Rocket aeration system. Relative locations of the manhole, Rocket and Round Tube aeration inlet cone sections are dependent on your site plan no matter what type of aeration system you are planning to use. Figure 3.18 shows an example layout of the hopper cone sections. MANHOLE CONE ROCKET AERATION INLET CONE ROUND TUBE AERATION INLET CONE Figure 3.18 Example Layout of Hopper Cone Sections 30 BNH R8

31 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS HOPPER BOTTOM ASSEMBLY Note: Note: To assemble the hopper cone: 1. Based on your site plan and your preferred locations of the fan and unload system, determine the position of the Rocket or Round Tube aeration inlet and manhole cone sections; and then, plan the cone assembly accordingly. See Sealing Instructions for all Bolted Hopper Bottoms on page 13 for cone sealing instructions. Leave the manhole or Rocket/Round Tube aeration inlet cone section for last. This will make inserting the last bolts much easier. 2. Offset the cone sections 1 bolthole clockwise relative to the ring beams (Figure 3.19). One side of the cone sections is bent in towards the center of the cone. This side should be to the right, as viewed from the center of the cone, and under the next section Note: Figure 3.19 Cone Section Assembly 3. Install the remaining cone sections, including Rocket and Round Tube cone sections, following step 2. If you are going to use Rocket aeration system, install the Round Tube inlet cover plate to block-off Round Tube inlet (Figure 3.20). If you are going to use Round Tube aeration system, install the Rocket inlet cover plate to block-off Rocket aeration inlet (Figure 3.21). If aeration system is not desired, cover both aeration inlets with their respective plates. The bin that is to be assembled on the top can be clocked in any orientation independent of the bottom cone. BNH R8 31

32 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM HOPPER BOTTOM ASSEMBLY MODELS NOTE: ROCKET SHOWN IS FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY, ACTUAL ROCKET INSTALLED MAY VARY. Figure 3.20 Example of Hopper Cone with Rocket Aeration System Figure 3.21 Example of Hopper Cone with Round Tube Aeration System 32 BNH R8

33 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL Note: 1. Apply a strip of 3/16 butyl caulking under the flange of the inspection hatch ring before it is installed. 2. From the outside of the hopper cone, insert the inspection hatch ring into the inspection hatch cutout. Bolt the inspection hatch ring in place using 3/8 x 1 bolts and nuts, and a single 3/8 eyebolt and nut. The eyebolt installs inside the hopper cone at the top of the hatch ring, and requires a nut to be fully threaded onto the eyebolt before it is inserted and secured with a second nut. 3. Fasten the retaining cable to the lid and one of the ring bolts to keep the inspection hatch from sliding to the bottom of the hopper when it is removed. 4. Insert the lid into the ring, and fasten the lid in place. Figure 3.22 Installing the Inspection Hatch, Eyebolt, and Retaining Cable EYEBOLT RETAINING CABLE BNH R8 33

34 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL MODELS WIND BRACES 1. Bolt the wind brace to the cone sections as shown in the exploded view to support the cone as it is assembled (Figure 3.13). 2. The wind brace bracket has slotted holes. Once the cone is completely assembled, move the bracket up or down in the holes to plumb the columns. When the correct position of the bracket has been determined, remove the wind brace from the cone end and tighten the wind brace bracket bolts. Replace the wind brace. 3. There are holes for the wind brace bracket in every sheet. Insert bolts in the holes where no wind brace exists Figure 3.23 Wind Brace Assembly HOPPER THROAT AND SLIDE GATE 1. Install the throat on the outside of the cone as shown Figure See Sealing Instructions for all Bolted Hopper Bottoms on page 13 for hopper throat sealing instructions. 2. Install the slide gate assembly such that its side is parallel to any hopper leg desired (Figure 3.13). The slide gate ring fits inside the throat. 34 BNH R8

35 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL Figure 3.24 Hopper Throat Assembly 3. Install the crank and handle assembly and the crank guide (Figure 3.13). 4. Install the manhole assembly, and if aeration is not desired, install the inlet cover ROUND TUBE AERATION ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS Refer to Figure for the illustrations of the assembly, and Table 3.4 for the quantity of each component used. 1. Place support brackets and duct support angles in the hopper. Align the center hole of the support bracket with the bottom hole of the fan tube. Make sure the end holes of the support bracket line up with the thirteenth (13) and fourteenth (14) holes from the bottom of the cone, and bolt them together. Do not tighten the bolts. 2. Bolt the remaining support bracket to the cone section opposite the inlet cone section as shown in Figure The brackets fit on the thirteenth (13) and fourteenth (14) holes from the bottom of the cone. 3. Bolt the duct support angles to the support brackets. 4. Place the aeration duct inside the hopper cone. Slide aeration duct (capped end first) into fan tube. Push into fan tube until aeration duct is 25-5/8 into the fan tube. The solid edge at the end of the aeration duct should be centered to the holes in the fan tube.tighten all bolts. See Figure 3.26 and Secure the aeration duct to the fan tube with the screws provided. Secure the hold-down straps. 6. Use spray foam as desired to prevent any grain leakage. BNH R8 35

36 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL MODELS Figure 3.25 Bolting the Support Bracket to the Hopper Cone Important: Ensure aeration duct is 25-5/8 inside the fan tube. This is critical to proper positioning of the tube in the bin (Figure 3.26). AERATION DUCT FAN TUBE Figure 3.26 Position of Aeration Duct in Fan Tube 36 BNH R8

37 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL Figure Hopper Aeration Assembly Table Hopper Aeration Materials Item Part No. Description Qty 1 BRA Fan Tube 1 2 GGR-8573 Aeration Duct Hold Down Strap 3 5 BXA Duct Support Angle 2 6 BXA Support Bracket /8 x 3/4 Bin Bolt /8 Flange Nut /4 x 3/4 Sheet Metal Screw BSPRAY Spray Foam /16 Caulking Roll /2 x 1-1/2 Flange Hex Bolt /8 Washer /2 Flange Nut /2 Washer ROCKET AERATION ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS Refer to the Rocket Installation Manual for the assembly instructions. BNH R8 37

38 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL MODELS & 22 HOPPER BOTTOM ASSEMBLY The 19 hopper bottom is meant to be used under galvanized steel AGI bins that are 720 in circumference or 19 in diameter, and the 22 hopper bottom is meant to be used under galvanized steel bins that are 838 in circumference or 22 3 in diameter. (Diameter is measured to the inside corrugation of the bin wall.) This will include bins manufactured by AGI as well as some other manufacturer s bins commonly referred to as 19 or 22 bins. This hopper is designed for use on a new AGI bin. If using the hopper on an older AGI flat bottom bin, call AGI for advice concerning additional stiffening that may be required. Ensure that the hopper will fit on another manufacturer s bin before beginning any assembly work. Call the manufacturer if you are unsure. Important: Stiffeners should be placed no further than 5 apart if the bin is to be used on a hopper. NOTICE Many bins used in flat bottom applications are not adequately stiffened for use on hoppers. Twister does not assume responsibility for any failure or damage caused by the use of products built by other manufacturers. For Size See Figure: See Tables: 19 Hopper Bottom Figure 3.28 Table 3.5, Hopper Bottom Figure 3.29 Table 3.6, BNH R8

39 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL Figure Hopper Exploded View Table Hopper Bill of Materials Item Description Qty 1 Ring Beam 12 2 Square Steel Patch 12 3 Top Cone Section 12 4 Bottom Cone Section 10 5 Bottom Cone Section with manhole cutout 1 6 Bottom Cone Section with aeration hole and cover plate 1 7 Leg 12 8 Shims 48 9 Leg Brace - Left, Right Windbrace Brackets Wind Brace Throat 1 13 Slide Gate Assembly 1 14 Crank Guide 1 15 Crank Handle 1 16 Ladder (not shown, see ladder assembly) 1 17 Skid Section 6 BNH R8 39

40 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL MODELS Figure Hopper Exploded View Table Hopper Parts Item Description Qty 1 Ring Beam 14 2 Square Steel Patch 14 3 Top Cone Section 14 4 Bottom Cone Section 12 5 Bottom Cone Section with manhole cutout 1 6 Bottom Cone Section with aeration hole and cover plate 1 7 Leg 14 8 Shims 48 9 Leg Brace - Left, Right Windbrace Brackets Wind Brace Throat 1 13 Slide Gate Assembly 1 14 Crank Guide 1 15 Crank Handle 1 16 Ladder (not shown, see ladder assembly) 1 17 Skid Section 7 40 BNH R8

41 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL ASSEMBLY METHODS (19-22 ) The standard method used to assemble 19 and 22 hopper bottoms is to build the hopper bottom fully, according to the sequence outlined in this manual. To assemble the full hopper bin, use a bin crane to lift the hopper top onto the hopper bottom. Other methods or variations are acceptable as long as they follow the general principles of assembly outlined in this manual. Regardless of what method is used, it is important to ensure that specific bolts on the hopper top are loose before the hopper bottom ring beam and the hopper top are joined together. Before joining hopper top to the hopper bottom ring beam, it is important to ensure that: All bottom-tier hopper-top stiffener bolts are sufficiently loose (nuts placed fully on bolts, but not tightened). All bottom-tier hopper-top vertical seam bolts are sufficiently loose (nuts placed fully on bolts, but not tightened). These stiffener and vertical seam bolts can be fully tightened only after the hopper top is fully connected to the ring beam of the hopper bottom with 3/8 x 1-1/8 bin bolts inserted from outside the hopper top. WARNING When lifting or supporting a hopper top with a crane, always ensure that the crane is rated for the load (including weight of hopper bottom if required) and has sufficient reach height and reach angle to lift, support, and place the hopper top HOPPER COLUMNS Note: 1. Steel Foundations Only: Secure the square columns to the skid in the locations provided with two 1/2 x 1-1/2 hexagon head bolts through the base plate. Washers will be required as the holes are oversized. Refer to Table 3.5 for quantities. Ensure the brackets on the columns are facing the centre of the skid. 2. Concrete Foundations Only: To ensure columns are positioned correctly, construct the jig shown in Figure The single hole is placed in the center of the foundation and the first pair of holes on the outside will be the location of the column holes. 3. Concrete Foundations Only: Rotate the jig about the center to get the spacing shown in the column locations figure. BNH R8 41

42 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL MODELS 135-3/8 (22 ) 115-7/8 (19 ) 3-13/32 CENTRE POINT OF FOUNDATION 1 DIAM 6-13/16 Figure 3.30 Column Positioning Jig HOPPER BOTTOM RING BEAM The ring comes in sections each section will span between two legs. For Size See Figure: See Tables: 19 Hopper Bottom Figure 3.28 Table 3.5, Hopper Bottom Figure 3.29 Table 3.6, Lift the ring sections into place and bolt the bottom of the ring to the bracket at the top of the leg using 1/2 x 1-1/2 hexagon head bolts. Shim to fit as shown in Figure Each ring section has a flange at each end of the section. 1 1/4 X 5 12GA. SHIMS ARE PROVIDED TO PLACE INSIDE AGAINST THE LEG BETWEEN THE BEAM AND BRACKET. DO NOT FORCE SHIMS INTO PLACE. ANY GAP LESS THAN 12GA. CAN BE CLOSED BY TIGHTENING THE BOLT. SHIM TO FIT AS SHOWN. Figure 3.31 Shim Positioning 2. Bolt the ring sections together through the flange. Minimize the gap between ring sections and bolt the ring section to the capitals with 1/2 x 1 hexagon head bolts. 42 BNH R8

43 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL HOPPER CONE, WIND BRACES, AND THROAT For Size See Figure: See Tables: 19 Hopper Bottom Figure 3.28 Table 3.5, Hopper Bottom Figure 3.29 Table 3.6, 3.7 Note: 1. Fasten the top cone sections to the ring and to each other using just enough 1/2 x 3/4 flat head bolts to hold them in place. 2. Bolt the bottom cone sections to the inside of the top cone sections using just enough bolts to hold them in place. 3. Use the wind brace to keep the cone sections from bending. The wind brace is bolted to the leg above the stop provided using u-bolts, to the seam of the cone at the sixth and seventh hole from the bottom for the 19 bin, and where the spacing between holes is 4 for the 22 bin. 4. Once the entire cone is assembled, the rest of the bolts can be placed. Often simply pushing up on the seam will bring the bolt holes into alignment. 5. When the cone is completed, the throat (item #10) can be bolted to the outside of the cone with 1/2 x 1 hexagon head bolts LEG BRACES For Size See Figure: See Tables: 19 Hopper Bottom Figure 3.28 Table 3.5, Hopper Bottom Figure 3.29 Table 3.6, Fasten leg braces to the inside of the ring beam with two 3/8 x 1-1/8 bin bolts and to the outside of the column with one 1/2 x 1 bolt supplied in the leg. 2. Use a 1/2 washer at the brace-to-column connection to cover the slotted hole in the leg brace. BNH R8 43

44 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL MODELS SLIDE GATE AND CRANK For Size See Figure: See Tables: 19 Hopper Bottom Figure 3.28 Table 3.5, Hopper Bottom Figure 3.29 Table 3.6, 3.7 Note: Note: 1. The slide gate assembly fits inside the throat and is fastened with 3/8 x 1-3/4 bin bolts. 2. The crank guide is fastened to the outside of the column with a u-bolt. Before tightening the slide gate in place, make sure that the crank guide, crank, and slide gate are in line. Do not assemble the ladder until the bin is on the hopper. 3. Position the ladder under the bin ladder. The ladder is bolted to brackets that are bolted to the inside of the column with u-bolts CONNECTING THE HOPPER TOP 1. Secure the ring beams together by fastening a square steel patch on each seam between two adjoining ring beams. See Figure 3.32 and Table 3.7. RING BEAM SQUARE STEEL PATCH RING BEAM Figure 3.32 Installing Square Steel Patch 2. Place the hopper topper on the hopper with the stiffeners directly over the columns of the hopper. 3. Bolt the hopper topper to the hopper at the stiffener locations. At this point, do not forget to include the hopper stiffener bin braces for the outside of the ring (Figure 3.33). See Figure 3.33 for hardware and use 3/8 x 3/4 bin bolts to connect the rest of the hopper topper to the hopper. 44 BNH R8

45 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL 3/8 X 1-1/8 BIN BOLT AND NUT HOPPER STIFFENER BIN BRACE 1/2 X 1-1/4 BIN BOLT AND NUT HOPPER STIFFENER BIN BRACE 1/2 X 1-1/4 BIN BOLT AND NUT 22 HOPPER BOTTOM STIFFENER BIN CONNECTION 19 HOPPER BOTTOM STIFFENER BIN CONNECTION Figure 3.33 External Stiffeners Table & 22 Hopper Hardware List - No Aeration, No Skid Description Location Required Qty /2 x 1 Carriage Bolt Cone /2 x 1-1/2 Flange Hex Bolt Ring Beam, Ring Beam to Leg Bracket /2 x 3 Flange Hex Bolt Windbrace Bracket /2 x 4 U-Bolt Windbrace, Ladder Bracket and Crank Guide 13-1/2 x 5 U-Bolt Windbrace and Crank Guide /2 Flange Nut /2 Plate Washer Legbrace to Leg and Windbrace Bracket /8 x 1-1/8 Bin Bolt Legbrace to Ring Beam /8 x 1-3/4 Bin bolt Ladder and Slidegate 6 6 3/8 Flange Nut /4 Self Drilling Screw Square Patch Square Patch As Instructed /16 x 20 Caulking Throat and Manhole 1 Roll 1 Roll Grey MultiFlex Caulking 318 ml Bin and Hopper Connection 2 Tubes 2 Tubes BNH R8 45

46 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL MODELS & 22 HOPPER AERATION ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS Note: Refer to Figure 3.34 and 3.35 for the illustrations of the assembly, and to Table 3.8 for the quantity of the components used. 1. Assemble five elbows by bolting stands (3) to the elbow pieces (1) as shown in Figure 3.34, using 1/2 x 1 fin bolts (9) and 1/2 flange nuts (6). Install bolts from the inside. 2. Steel covers (1) and elbow pieces (1) use the same parts. After all five elbows have been assembled, install 1/2 x 1 fin bolts (9) in the empty holes on the remaining steel covers where the elbow stand would normally attach, as shown in Figure Note: Holes must be filled to prevent grain from passing through the steel covers (1). STEEL COVER ELBOW INLET 1/2 X 1 FIN BOLTS Note: Figure 3.34 Steel Cover and Elbow Assembly 3. Install inlet (4) over the cutout on the appropriate cone sheet; see Step A in Figure Apply 3/8 caulking (10) to the inlet flange and bolt the inlet to the cone using 1/2 x 1 fin bolts (9). Do not install the inlet (4) on the manhole sheet. 4. Install an elbow (1+3) on every second sheet of the cone; see Step B in Figure Install using 1/2 x 1 fin bolts (9) in the empty holes on every second cone sheet, where no elbow exists; see Step C in Figure Center louvered duct (2) across span between elbows (1+3), seating it firmly in the elbows at either end. Refer to Step D in Figure CAUTION Wear work gloves while handling the louvered duct. The duct has sharp edges that could cause injury. 6. Place steel covers (1) over the ducts (2) and elbows (1+3). Secure using 3/8 x 1-1/8 bin bolts (8). Refer to Step D in Figure BNH R8

47 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL B. INSTALL ELBOWS ON EVERY 2ND CONE SHEET, MOVING OUTWARD FROM INLET POSITION. D. INSTALL STEEL COVERS OVER ELBOWS AND INLET AS SHOWN. A. INSTALL INLET OVER CUTOUT IN SHEET C. INSTALL BOLTS IN THE EMPTY HOLES ON EVERY 2ND CONE SHEET. Figure 3.35 Twistaire Aeration System Assembly BNH R8 47

48 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3.5. INSPECTION HATCH ASSEMBLY DETAIL MODELS Table & 22 Hopper Bottom Aeration Parts ITEM PART NO. DESCRIPTION QTY BRA Twistaire Elbows & Covers BNA Twistaire Louvered Duct BRA Twistaire Stand BRA Twistaire Inlet Bolt Flange 1/2 x 1-1/ Nut Flange 1/ Nut Flange 3/ Bolt Bin 3/8 x 1-1/ /2 x 1 Fin Bolt Caulking Roll, 3/16 x FRJ-5233 Exterior Plate BNH R8

49 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.7. OTHER COMPONENTS 3.7. OTHER COMPONENTS HOPPER BOTTOM LADDER ASSEMBLY Figure Hopper Ladder Assembly ATTACH DECAL PLATE AS SHOWN Table Hopper Bottom Ladder Parts Item Description Part Number Qty 1 SIDEWALL STRINGER A BTL SIDEWALL STRINGER C BTL HOPPER STRINGER EXT 22 BTL LADDER RUNG BZL HOPPER LADDER STANDOFF BTL HOPPER LADDER TOP SUPPORT BZL HOPPER LADDER BOTTOM SUPPORT BZL /8" X 1" BIN BOLT /8" FLANGE NUT BNH R8 49

50 3. ASSEMBLY AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3.7. OTHER COMPONENTS MODELS HOPPER BOTTOM LADDER ASSEMBLY Figure Hopper Ladder Assembly 3 ATTACH DECAL PLATE AS SHOWN Table Hopper Bottom Ladder Parts Item Description Part Number Qty 1 SIDEWALL STRINGER A BTL SIDEWALL STRINGER C BTL LADDER RUNG BZL HOPPER LADDER STANDOFF BTL HOPPER LADDER BRACKET BTL /8" X 1" BIN BOLT /8" FLANGE NUT U-BOLT, SQ 1/2" X 4" X 5" GR NUT, HEX FLG SER 1/2" GR BNH R8

51 AGI - HOPPER BINS - BOTTOM 3. ASSEMBLY MODELS 3.7. OTHER COMPONENTS HOPPER BOTTOM LADDER ASSEMBLY Figure Hopper Ladder Assembly 1 ATTACH DECAL PLATE AS SHOWN Table Hopper Bottom Ladder Parts Item Description Part Number Qty 1 SIDEWALL STRINGER A BTL SIDEWALL STRINGER C BTL HOPPER STRINGER EXT 22 BTL LADDER RUNG BZL HOPPER LADDER STANDOFF BTL HOPPER LADDER BRACKET BTL /8" X 1" BIN BOLT /8" FLANGE NUT U-BOLT, SQ 1/2" X 5" X 6" GR NUT, HEX FLG SER 1/2" GR BNH R8 51

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