Industrial Batch Plant Cement Silos are used in many industries to store cement. They are made of steel and are typically 60 feet high, 20 feet wide, and 12 feet thick. They are made of steel and concrete, and can hold up to 24,000 metric tons.  The silos are filled with cement and then covered with a lid. When the need for cement is low, the lid is opened and the cement is taken out and used. When the need for more cement arises, the lid is closed and the cement is stored until needed.

Silos are a common sight at cement manufacturing facilities, and their large size often makes them difficult to access. Injuries and accidents can occur when workers try to access silo contents or when the silo collapses.

In 2006, a worker was killed when a batch plant cement silo collapsed in Pennsylvania. The accident occurred when the worker entered the silo to check on its condition. The worker was crushed by the silo’s weight.

In 2010, four workers were injured when a batch plant cement silo collapsed in Kentucky. The accident occurred when two workers climbed into the silo to remove an object that had fallen inside. The weight of the object caused the silo to collapse, injuring the workers.

In both 2006 and 2010, the workers who were injured were not wearing safety gear, which increased their risk of injury. Safety gear, such as helmets and safety belts, can protect workers from injury in a variety of situations, including when they’re accessing or working in a hazardous area.

If you have been injured by Batch Plant Cement Silos, contact an attorney. You may be able to sue the company for damages. The silos can cause serious injuries, and the company may be responsible.