|TYP DW Plain wall elements|
The double walls consist of the two outer shells of sheet steel and intervening u-foermigen inside footpaths, also of sheet steel. Thickness of plate for outer shells and inside footpaths depend on the statical requirements. The outer shells are welded together with the inside footpaths; both is welded through-goingly to the cell stems together on the side. The double walls form a very rigid design.
The double walls are also set up as ½ duplicating wall 660 mm high and 1/1 double wall 1320 mm high. As a result, they are combinable with the dike walls. The walls have an overlapping at the bottom which catches over the upper edge of the in each case lower wall. Two sealing tapes are stuck to packing the wall joins in at the overlapping page of the walls. The wall widths are variable and depend on the statical requirements. The same applies to the cell heights which result from the acceptable stem load. Wall mounting begins with proper foot walls at which the stems are extended on the relief upper edge and/or with extra stem feet to that set up the first wall is. The stem feet are depending on the structural circumstances of relief and the desired one diagonal ones between upright wall and horn upper edge different high. In such a way, wall mounting begins that the stem joins rightly to each other are offset. That is achieved, when one e.g. at that, building - longitudinal axis of 1320 mm with wall element heights begins and in that, of 660 mm with wall element heights building cross axis For not protected external walls, packing measures special in the case of the stem joins are taken. Cell silos from duplicating walls they are suitable for all trickle capable products as grain case fruits, oil crops, coffee, cacao beans, granulates of every kind, gritty raw components as well as for all pulvrig properties. The wall thicknesses of plate are dependent from the cell sizes and the stored material. They vary of 2,0 to 3,5 mm of thickness of plate. At the double walls, the footpath distance is variable for identical reasons.