Built tough and engineered to last for your farm
Westfield Augers is the largest grain auger manufacturer in the world and we’ve built our reputation on reliability, performance and support. With over 68 years’ experience as a dedicated grain auger manufacturer, our augers offer a long service life and high resale value.
Whether you’re farming wheat, barley, corn, sorghum or any other type of grain, you can be confident a Westfield auger will withstand the rigors of any harvest. They’re built tough, easy to use, have high capacity and are engineered from the ground up so you can get on with the job. Each auger is designed to handle a broad range of grain quality and moisture content to ensure your grain flows smoothly.
All of our grain augers are high capacity and our highest capacity auger is capable of up to 630 tonnes per hour. We have a wide range of diameters available, from 4 inch pencil augers through to our largest 16 inch augers. In length, our range includes augers up to 125 feet (38 meters).
To meet the needs of any farmer, our augers are available as engine powered, electric and Power Take Off (PTO).
We also specialise in self-propelled augers featuring fingertip controls for easy steering and positioning. It means you’ll get the job done quickly and safely, without the heavy lifting that makes your day on the farm harder than it needs to be.
Hard-wearing features for increased grain auger longevity
We’re often asked: “What’s so special about your augers?”
Well, with so many years of experience under our belts, we’ve learned that farmers want affordable, simple, straightforward designs for labour saving performance and dependability.
The following features we’ve incorporated into our designs ensure you will have a longer lasting auger and ultimately provide real value for your investment.
Extra heavy flighting
Made from heavy gauge steel, the flighting in our grain augers is designed to be highly durable.
An extra layer of steel is welded to the edges on critical wear points such as the hopper, the intake boot and the swing tube flight. As a result, the flighting lasts longer and needs to be replaced less often – saving you time and money. When the time does come, the wear edges can be easily replaced without having to replace the entire flighting.
All of our grain augers use an A-Frame support for greater stability. In comparison to scissor lift systems, A-Frames give superior support in all positions including transportation, positioning and operation. When hydraulically raised, the lift arms quickly tuck away so you can reach the largest silos.
When lowered for transport, the upper arm of the A-Frame undercarriage slides forward to support the discharge end of the auger, which is an important feature for transportation.
A well-made auger should be as smooth internally as possible to reduce grain damage and resistance to flow. Over the years, we’ve refined our auger designs to include one seam along the top of the tube.
In comparison to spiral welding, the single seam on our augers tubing allows for gentler handling of grain and contributes to a longer auger life.
To ensure additional longevity, steel trussing rather than cables is used on our range of larger augers of 84 feet (25.6 meters) and up.
The steel trussing provides superior support along the auger tube for rigid alignment with practically no sag under load.
Keeping everything aligned and true in this way means significantly reducing wear and greatly increasing the performance life of your auger.
To make our larger grain augers even more robust, thrust adjusters are used on the bearings of our MKX100, MKX130 and MKX160 series augers.
These thrust adjusters work to transfer loads across both the top and bottom bearings during operation. This helps to extend the life of the lower boot bearing as well as extend the overall life of your auger.
At Westfield Augers, we always have a wide range of inventory in stock with generally all auger sizes, both big and small, ready for immediate dispatch.
We have the grain auger spare parts you need, when you need them
There’s nothing more frustrating than investing in a valuable piece of farming equipment and then being unable to source spare parts when something needs repairing or replacing — especially if there is a problem at harvest time when the pressure is on.
We pride ourselves on always having a full range of spare parts in stock for all our new and older model grain augers. So we’ll always be here to help you get back up and running again.
This makes us the easy, one stop shop for all your auger needs.
Want to learn more about making your next harvest hassle-free?
For expert advice on which grain auger or auger accessory is best suited to the needs of your farm, click here to get in touch with Westfield Augers.
Or you can give us a call on 07 3878 9338.