Biomass Silo Systems are specialist manufacturers of silos and conveying equipment for the biomass heating industry.

Formed in 2007 from our parent company Metaltech Engineering we operate from a 26,000 sq ft state of the art manufacturing facility in the West of Ireland

All of our silos and conveying systems are designed to meet the specific requirements for wood pellet and wood chip fuel where minimising dust generation and keeping the moisture content of the fuel stable are key concerns.

The defining factor which sets us apart is the huge range of products and services we offer our customers. From reliable and cost effective domestic solutions to high spec commercial projects with fully customisable dimensions and features we can always provide a solution that fits.

Biomass Silo Manufacturing Plant List

Trumpf 5000R
Trumpf 200 series 1
Trumpf 200 series 2
Trumpf 3100 trubend CNC pressbrake
Lvd 2000mm 80 ton CNC pressbrake
Adira 3000mm 100 ton CNC pressbrake
Durma guillotine 3000mm x 6mm
Imac 200mm x 200m x 4mm corner notcher
Haeger 618c stud insertion press
Cea spotwelder
3 x mig welding machines
3 x tig welding machine
2 x arc welding machine
Geka 110 ton ironworker
3 x sheetmetal rolling machines
2 x band saws
Section rolling machine
Lathe
Milling machine

What Our Biomass Silo Customers Have to Say…

“ I on behalf of Integral have been extremely impressed with Biomass Silo Systems performance on this contract and I know that my client Bristol City Council feel the same.”
David Duddridge, Integral
“ Having installed and specified the use of these silos for many years, I can say that the products are competitively priced and of a very high quality. Importantly for us there are a large range of different product offerings and the sales team are responsive, professional and easy to deal with.”
Jeff Tomilson, Wood Energy
“ Thank you for your help in designing up a silo to suit our needs at the hotel. It blends in perfectly with its surroundings and the system is running perfectly since ye left site. Thanks Again!”
Malcolm Weaving, The Rendezvous Hotel