Double Flow System
Exclusive to Dave Ross Equipment, this is the UK’s best selling continuous grain drier in Alberta, Canada, US. 

Meeting the needs for multi-product farms!
With installations of 103 Alvan Blanch Driers throughout North America, Dave Ross Equipment Ltd in Alberta, Canada, fully completes the construction and installation after being shipped from the UK factory. Canadian installations are safety certified on natural gas and other types of fuel needed to run the drier burners.

  • Unbeatable performance – Even at low temperatures (malt, seed etc.) thanks to boosted air flow.
  • Uniquely versatile – Handles any granular crop in any condition – no need for pre-cleaning.
  • Precise and consistent drying – Mechanical flow avoids streaming + full inversion of bed.
  • Highly fuel efficient – Total recovery of waste heat Insulation options to retain heat in plenums.
  • No downtime between crops – Instant, electronically controlled, follow-on without emptying/refilling/cleaning.
  • Quieter – Silencers and cladding options to reduce noise.
  • Step-less auto speed control – instant response for optimum accuracy.
  • Minimal environmental impact – Low profile, low noise, dust controlled.
  • Dependability – Backed by one year warranty and nationwide support.
  • Low installation cost – Pre-erected, pre-wired and pre-plumbed.
  • Built to last – Proven longevity enhanced by new anti corrosion finish.

Grain Dryer in action:

Please click here to download the Grain Dryer Brochure PDF or Western Producer Article, More Info,  Propane Option,

History of Mr. Alvan Blanch (1916-1991)

Alvan Blanch OBE was born in 1916 and passed in 1991. In 1969 Mr. Blanch received the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Her Majesty the Queen of England. The title is recognition for dedication, contributions to the engineering sciences in the UK, and chivalry outside of civil service.

His exceptional skill for improving and re-engineering machinery contributed to the creation of his first business in 1946. A.B. Blanch Ltd was ready use his skills to engineer and advance current farming equipment. With a new company in 1952 Mr. Blanch began focus on machinery design and mechanization of current farming procedures to match the needs of the farmers of the world.

For more information please visit the Alvan Blanch Website.