Calculator

Find an auger that best fits your grain handling needs. Use the calculator to help you determine

  • What length of auger will best compliment your bin height
  • What flight speed is ideal for your auger
  • How much ground length is necessary to ensure your auger will reach the desired bin height

The calculator is easy to use and is designed to be practical. Use the calculator as a tool to help you with your next auger purchase!

Click “Auger Length” or “Ground Length” on the top menu bar to move from one question to the next.

NOTE:These numbers are estimates only. Please refer to the spec sheet for each auger or speak with your dealer.

Determining the length of auger needed

Do I need a 31 foot auger, or will a 91 foot auger do? Find out what auger length is the right choice for your bin’s eave height by using the Westfield Auger Length Calculator.

Find out which auger length is the best fit for you bin.

  1. enter your bin eave height
  2. enter your bin diameter
  3. click calculate
How to determine flight speed

Knowing the best flight speed to use when moving your crop through your auger will affect your auger's performance.

Do you know you auger's optimal flight speed? Find out by entering your auger measurements into the blank boxes below and clicking on "Calculate".

Use the Westfield Flight Speed calculator to determine the optimal speed for an auger powered with a gas or an electric motor. Achieve high-capacity performance with Westfield.

Note: Please call for BH Auger pulley configurations.

How to calculate ground length measurement

Do you want to keep your auger running at its optimum speed and at its optimum incline? Use the Westfield Ground Length calculator to measure the approximate distance your auger should be relative to the base of your bin.

Calculate your ground length by entering your auger's length and height into the blank boxes below and clicking on "Calculate"