Canadian Biomass Magazine

Transport
Trailer dries and transports woody biomass


October 14, 2009
By Canadian Biomass

Oct. 12, 2009, Abilene, TX – Texas Entrepreneur Randy Hill has released a video that shows the history and functioning of his Advanced Trailer for Biomass.

Oct. 12, 2009, Abilene, TX – Texas Entrepreneur Randy Hill
has released a video that shows the history and functioning of his Advanced
Trailer for Biomass. The trailer has the ability to dry, store, and transport
wood chips for biomass fuel.

“Since we announced the project at the University of Idaho
to experiment with the trailer, we have been flooded with inquires about how
the Advanced Trailer works and what it looks like,” says Hill, president and CEO
of APT Advanced Trailer and Equipment. “This video will be a valuable tool in
discovering how the trailer can work for you.”

The APT Advanced Trailer has been used for a number of years
to dry and transport agricultural crops such as peanuts. Future research may
examine its use to dry and transport corn residue.

www.drybiomass.com,
www.advancedtrailer.com, 800-860-1360


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