Using a series of spring-loaded overlapping plates, the patented Bullseye Variable Diameter Discharge (V.D.D.)℗ always maintains a "centered" discharge regardless of the position of your loading augers discharge. The hopper holds the excess grain, staging it for release by the gravity controlled V.D.D. This insures that your grain will always unload into the center of the storage tank. As the bin fills, grain will naturally feed to all sides of the bin equally, eliminating the need for labor intensive, costly, and dangerous shoveling.
The Variable Diameter Discharge℗ is mounted to the bin cap using adjustable nylon straps that conform to any bin cap opening size. The spring-loaded system automatically adjusts to the volume of the grain flow, delivering the grain to the exact center of the bin.
The V.D.D. can accomodate grain bins that have a 24" vertical centering ring inside their bin cap. That includes most BROCK bins and some older styles. In that application the V.D.D. will actually straddle the centering ring, delivering the product to the center of the bin or can be used in conjunction with a spreader hanging below. The profile of the V.D.D. only adds an additional 10" in height which should accommodate producer's existing augers.
The Variable Diameter Discharge℗ is proudly made in the U.S.A.!
|6" offset (bushels)||60.67||107.14||135.29||166.72||239.43||325.26||424.22|
|12" offset (bushels)||124.62||218.63||275.48||338.89||485.38||658.12||857.09|
"I lost my best friend in a farm accident in 1991 and believe that with this invention he might still be alive. I believe that this is an important invention. God Bless you and best of luck to you"
Sean Mace, Moorhead, Minnesota
"...the devices worked well. The grain was even all the way around the bin."
Randy Moen, Moen Family Farm, Gary, Minnesota
"We farm 2,750 acres near Mahnomen, Minnesota and have a row of four 20,000 bushel bins with an 8" cross auger that loads them. The final discharge was mounted one foot too far; we were never able to load that bin to capacity and every year we would have to shovel about four hours to compensate for the auger. In 2016 we purchased the Bullseye Variable Diameter Discharge from Ward Enterprise. We dropped it into the bin cap, loaded the bin and it corrected the auger so that we could fill the bin to capacity , eliminating the need to shovel. We estimate that we gained 500 bushel of storage and figure that the unit will pay for itself in four years, while greatly reducing time and effort during harvest."
Johnny Halland, Gary Minnesota
"I have 2 of them. They work great!!!!"
Jeff Halland, farms near Mahnomen, Mn