When you move the grain bins that you had to disassemble on the round bins that do not have support poles, how did you take the roof apart? It is held together by a ring in the middle and the bolts to each other. Do you use special equipment? And I noticed in your pictures there was a man unbolting the bottom rings and he was on the inside of the bin. It doesn’t fold under the weight of the standing bin?
I can only answer very briefly, but have articles about to go up which will explain more. For roof--using impact wrench, unbolt upper collar (center ring) if there is one. Next unbolt one sheet and slide it out. Do another one opposite. Remove sheets in opposites (spoke formation), until there are only 4 left. You will need to support the center ring throughout process. On a small bin, the bin walls are unlikely to collapse under their own weight.
Updated on May 25, 2020
By Joilene Rasmussen