The versatility of Unbrako’s concrete panels make them ideal for creating storage bays of all sizes. Our pre-stressing process provides enormous strength over a precast panel making our panels ideal for securely containing grain and other crops. Our controlled factory engineering allows us to work with you to specify an affordable solution to meet your requirements. Horizontal panels typically fix to the steel frame of the building and do not require foundation or casting into position.
An alternative to panels for storing grain and other cereals is our FastWall freestanding unit. These units come in a range of heights from 2m to 3.5m. By design these units are freestanding and require no base fixing for level fill grain storage. FastWall can also be re-sited after the grain has been removed with relative ease giving the option to reuse the storage area for alternative purposes.
By design, the FastWall units can support up to 16KN/m3 and can be loaded from both or one side making them a versatile, fast and effective way to store grain and other cereals. Alternatively, use them to create a dividing wall within a shed to increase storage options.
For advice on the best option for your requirements call our sales team who will be happy to discuss the most suitable product for your requirements.
Unbrako has been my concrete panel supplier since they opened, and there team and products have always been second to none.
Craig Allsop, Allsop and Son Construction
Ordered two loads of 150mm panels for my grain store, that was also being used for my wedding, so timing was critical. Unbrako came to site and measured up what I needed and everything went very smoothly, panels delivered in time and fitted perfectly
George Evans, Farmer
I have been using Unbrako for about 12 months, and stock some of their concrete panels to sell on to local farmers. Fast service, hassle free, and a quality product
Fred Beaumont, Beaumont Bros Construction
Unbrako are easy to deal with and quick delivery. JB the lorry driver always very helpful with unloading so nothing got damaged
Tom Lamb, Farmer