layco by yargus

  • Custom Installs

    No-worry installation is guaranteed with your purchase of Layco equipment. Yargus sends our expert Installation and Service Department technicians all over the world to set up custom-designed Layco blend systems and conveyors, on-site and in ready-to-go condition. This can include simple installations of small weigh hoppers or conveyors, up to complex, large-scale installations such as for a river or port terminal with ship, barge and/or rail unloading systems. With our own fleet of semis and service trucks, Yargus takes care of reliable delivery of our equipment to sites for set-up. We can provide an entire crew to do the actual installation or a single tech who will supervise a local crew. Our technicians are trained and experienced in troubleshooting any problems that might come up.



  • Research & Development


    Impregnation Auger

    The impregnation auger is an innovative combination of a metering valve auger, a mixing ribbon auger and an impregnation unit that the Yargus R&D Department has recently developed. This particular valve set up is useful when used in combination with an under-bin conveyor belt where even coating of liquid materials on dry fertilizers prior to layering on the conveyor can be achieved. High and low liquid treatment rate options are available to meet your system size and blend ratio requirements. Best of all, the impregnation auger can be retrofit onto existing systems to upgrade your system's flexibility and long-term profitability!

    Dual System Capacity

    Yargus Manufacturing produces a variety of conveyance solutions to meet your specific site requirements and blending needs. Our conveyor belts, screw conveyors, bucket elevators and chain paddles offer increased flexibility of use with our unique dual system capacity. These conveying pieces can all operate at a variety of capacities within a blending system. We have developed automated controls to scale the blending system based on varying conveyance and material capacities. For example, to reduce electrical capacity requirements on a site, we can have two under-bin conveyor belts that can run at 200 tons per hour feeding a bucket elevator that can run at 300 tons per hour. In this way, we can scale each under-bin conveyor within the blend to meet an overall blend capacity of 300 tons per hour so you achieve the maximum capacity possible from each piece of conveyance.