Double-Run Conveyor

Why Use a Double-Run

Shivvers Double-Run Conveyors provide higher capacities while running at a lower horsepower compared to traditional augers. The Double-Run is also gentler on grain and provides a better clean out by using paddles to move grain through the tubes. Double-Run Conveyors are 
easy to install with a modular design, where components bolt together and can be customized to fit your system, as well as requiring less support structures for longer applications. Experience long life durability with less wear, maintenance and grain damage.

Where to Use a Double Run

Shivvers Double-Run Conveyors can replace a roof auger, transfer auger or dryer take-away auger, providing a higher capacity, lower horsepower requirement.  A double-run conveyer is also ideal for filling bins in stationary applications or for inclined applications out of a bin unloading system. The double-run conveyer can be installed at angles ranging from 0° to 60°.

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Technical Specs

Standard Features

Optional Features

  • Galvanized housing standard 10 GA
  • Box tail section
  • Dodge speed reducer
  • Head or boot driven options
  • Heavy 81XH or 81XHH chain
  • Flared inlet hopper
  • Truss Kits
  • Drop-through tail sections with gates
  • Self-cleaning round tail section
  • Head discharge 30°, 40° or 60°
  • Intermediate discharge with long gates
  • Chain maintenance section

6"Ø Power Requirements

Angle of Operation Horizontal 0° 15° 30° 45° 60°
Horsepower Per Foot 0.042 0.062 0.085 0.120 0.150
Maximum Conveyor Length in Feet 300' 220' 150' 110' 90'

6"Ø Double-Run Specifications

Dimensions of Conveying Chamber 6"
Maximum Capacity 1500 BPH (42 TPH)
Chain Travel 332 FPM
Head Shaft RPM 116
Housing Gauge Galvanized 10 GA.
Paddles UHMW 3/8"
Head Shaft Ø 2-7/16"
Boot Shaft Ø 2-7/16"
Conveyor Chain 81XH
Conveyor Sprocket 13 teeth

Maximum Span Length

Tubing Ø Wall Thickness 10 GA
6" 35'

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