Down in the Valley: Valley Angles and Material Flow
All bins or chutes designed for dry ingredients contain a potential fatal flaw known as a “Valley Angle.” Formed where two adjacent slopes meet, valley angles are shallower than the adjacent wall angles and must be accounted for both in the design process, and when changing out materials. Learn more about valley angles in the October issue of Hixson’s From Experience newsletter.
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