Temporary Storage


AGI Temporary Storage with Savings on Simple Installation and Low Risk 

AGI has manufactured the Temp-Stor temporary grain storage system since 2000. Hundreds of Temp-Stor systems have been installed over the globe at country elevators, river, rail terminals, and even large farms. With over 20 years in the market, we are confident that our Temp-Stor system will meet our customers’ unique needs because of its versatility and ease-of-installation. 

Quality, Stored - The standard AGI Temp-Stor aeration system provides an airflow rate of 1/10 CFM per bushel; higher airflow rates are available as needed. Temp-Stor’s industry-leading airflow rates ensure grain quality is maintained so loss is minimized. 

Economic Advantages - AGI Temp-Stor systems require limited capital investment: as low as $.09 per bushel. With a newly launched install package, our team can help buyers facilitate even simpler and faster install times, saving elevators time and money by reducing build-times.  


AGI Suretrack PileManager: Grain Pile Efficiency and Profit Through Aeration Fan Automation  

High winds can threaten the protective tarps you have in place, causing them to become partially or fully detached. Threatening your piled grain to the elements and grain losses. PileManager, by AGI SureTrack, takes real-time readings of wind speeds and gusts. If winds hit a threshold you prescribe, the automated system initiates fans to run and creates the negative pressure needed to hold the tarp in place, protecting your grain. PileManager can be added on to your existing Temp-Stor systems or included in a new system.  

Run-time Efficiency - No more running the fans constantly to hold tarps down. PileManager will only run when wind activity is high, leading to major energy savings.    

Monitor Real-time - View wind speeds and know when and how many fans are running to maintain condition of your grain pile – viewable from anywhere at any time.  

Sensor Accuracy - Know your readings are accurate. The PileManager anemometer is heated to eliminate ice build-up and keep readings accurate.