Hi Roller

Hi Roller

Hi Roller

Hi Roller manufactures a line of premier commercial enclosed, dust-tight and self-reloading conveyors, designed for installation in grain handling facilities, soy and corn processing operations and industrial operations. They specialize exclusively in the design and application of conveyors which will not only contain dust and spilled materials, but will also automatically reload that material back on the carrying surface of the belt.

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5100 W. 12th Street , Sioux Falls , South Dakota 57107-0154 USA
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In the late 1970’s, the need was recognized for a conveyor which would eliminate the emission of explosive grain dust, which would greatly reduce housekeeping and maintenance costs. Also, the dust reduction would decrease the need for costly dust collection systems and the costs associated with the operation and upkeep of these systems.

The astounding acceptance and success of the Hi Roller® Conveyor in the grain industry has led to its application in numerous non-agricultural industries handling a wide array of products. Products handled include clay products, fertilizer, carbon, salt, grains, borax, and lime, just to name a few. In fact, the Hi Roller® Conveyor can handle just about any dry, dusty granular product.

The future of the Hi Roller® Conveyor is driven by our existing customer base. We are a company working hand-in-hand with our customers to develop systems which are tailored to their needs and will provide them with far greater service than they have known in the past. These 'mutually beneficial' relationships are the future of Hi Roller.

All design, manufacture and sales of the Hi Roller® Conveyor take place under one roof in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. We pride ourselves on our Midwestern work ethic.