Digestate

Perry’s range of handling & drying equipment has been used in several digestate processing plants. The Perry Augers & Screw Conveyors are an ideal solution for handling this variable and unpredictable material, while the Perry Belt Drier has proven to be an efficient drying solution.

Perry can help take your project from concept through to design, manufacture, installation & provide on-going support for your chosen Perry products.

Belt Conveyors

u-though & tubular screw conveyors

Belt Drier

PLC Plant Control Panel

Manufacturing Equipment That Lasts

Perry of Oakley Ltd are the UK’s most experienced manufacturer of materials handling, drying & storage equipment. Perry machines are now operating in more than 25 countries across 4 continents. 

Some of the key industries we have worked with include; agriculture (farms & commercial grain stores), feed mills, flour mills, flaking mills, waste & recycling (SRF/RDF), pelleting plants, aggregates and biomass (woodchip, shavings & sawdust).

Our product range includes; continuous mixed flow driers, grain driers, belt driers, moisture sensor systems, chain & flight conveyors, belt conveyors, belt & bucket elevators, screw conveyors & augers, aspirator pre-cleaners, twin trace conveyors, grain samplers and bins/silos.

Our services include; plant layout and design, manufacturing, sub-contracting, installation & commissioning and a comprehensive after-sales service package.

Which Type of Grain Drier Should I Buy?

Which Type of Grain Drier Should I Buy?

With over 70 years of experience, Perry of Oakley Ltd. are the UK’s most experienced manufacturer of materials drying and handling equipment. Our driers are relied on to manage a variety of crops, and in different climates all over the world.

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Concept Grain Systems and Perry guided us through the processes of updating our machinery; the level of expertise within the company has helped us no end. The Perry machines they recommended we installed have worked really well, and as a result, we had a very successful first year.

Tom Catton

Catton Farms