Grain conversion technology from Kepler Weber

Kepler Weber has developed a unique solution for the conservation of grain for small farmers in Africa. One of the key differentiators is the solar-powered ventilation system, giving the product environmental credibility and enabling installation anywhere. Ventilation allows for ideal storage conditions, reducing losses in production through moisture and fungi. Another feature is the convenience and ease of operation, where the producer can assemble the silo alone.

This Brazilian company is established with two manucfaturing plants at the states of Mato Grosso do Sul and Rio Grande do Sul with an important role in the agribusiness segment, providing equipment for the post-harvest stage of the grain production chain. It is responsible for manufacturing equipment for storage, processing and bulk material handling, with outstanding grain storage solutions.

Eng. Ismael Rodrigo Schneider from Kepler Weber will be presenting this innovation at GFIA Africa: 1-2 December, Durban, South Africa. For tickets visit

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