Silage Clamp
Silage Clamp
  • Free Installation Advice – We can advise you on the best product to suit your clamp needs.
  • Flexible Solutions – Whether you wish to use a steel frame, cast in walls or vertical panels.
  • Fast Quote – Contact us and we will provide you with a no obligation quotation, fast.

We offer a number of different products that can be used to create a silage clamp. You can read specific product information below, however please do contact us for advice and any questions related to your requirements; we are happy to help.

The maximum height of your silage clamp will depend upon the product being used, generally it is most cost effective to a maximum of around 3.2m, however we can provide precast walls of 4m high, which can be beneficial for larger clamps and anaerobic digestion plants. When constructing a silage clamp it is very important to consider the loadings being placed on the walls, particularly when the silage is going to be rolled, creating an additional surcharge.

If you are constructing a silage clamp it is always advisable to get a structural engineer to sign off the design. We can assist you in obtaining this. We can also offer installation advice, or a supply and installation quotation for our concrete silage panels.

James Boulton – Rase Steels

“We have been in the construction industry for over 20 years and their service has been second to none. The prices are very competitive, but more importantly the product is of high standard and the customer service is outstanding. Deliveries are always on time and well organised, and problems which are very rare are always resolved promptly.”

James Boulton, Partner.

Rase Steels

2014-12-17T17:23:17+00:00

James Boulton, Partner.

Rase Steels

“We have been in the construction industry for over 20 years and their service has been second to none. The prices are very competitive, but more importantly the product is of high standard and the customer service is outstanding. Deliveries are always on time and well organised, and problems which are very rare are always resolved promptly.”
ikaros solar ltd

Lucinda Cheshire, Project Officer, Ikaros Solar

"We approached JP Concrete to design and supply a large quantity of ballast blocks over a short period of time. The level of customer service was outstanding, staff were polite and dealt with our orders quickly and efficiently. The product was delivered as specified and on-time. In summary an exceptional service and we look forward to working with JP Concrete again."

Lucinda Cheshire, Project Officer, Ikaros Solar

2016-01-13T19:31:39+00:00

Lucinda Cheshire, Project Officer, Ikaros Solar

ikaros solar ltd
"We approached JP Concrete to design and supply a large quantity of ballast blocks over a short period of time. The level of customer service was outstanding, staff were polite and dealt with our orders quickly and efficiently. The product was delivered as specified and on-time. In summary an exceptional service and we look forward to working with JP Concrete again."

PRESTRESSED CONCRETE PANELS

Our prestressed concrete panels can be clipped to the internal face of a steel frame or placed into the web of the steel.

We can manufacture panels to whatever length you require up to a maximum of 6096mm (depending on loadings).

An alternative option is using vertical cantilever panels as these do not require steels. Instead, they can be embedded into a concrete foundation and tied to the floor slab.

For more information about using our prestressed concrete panels, call us now on 01273 646 450.

PRECAST RETAINING WALLS

We can manufacture and supply L-shaped retaining wall units for building silage clamps.

Our units can be cast into a new concrete floor slab to prevent the toe from protruding and creating an obstruction. Alternatively, the walls can be bolted onto existing concrete base.

When the silage is being rolled, the retaining walls need to achieve a maximum height of 3200mm.

Our precast retaining walls are suitable for retaining on one or both sides and an additional surcharge can be applied (depending on the height of the unit).