After an exciting grain fan launch back in May and a busy year supplying its full range of crop cooling solutions, Essex-based Gibbons Agricultural Fans has begun 2018 by improving its best-selling product.

The terminal box casing on Gibbons’ centrifugal crop conditioning fans has now been upgraded from plastic to steel, making the units more robust and reliable than ever.

The new terminal boxes have been added to the entire range of steel and aluminium Gibbons grain store fans, which are rated at 0.13-2.2kW and are available as single phase or three phase in most sizes. In addition, Gibbons supplies mobile Airspear® fans for cooling hot spots in stored crops.

Via its trusted international shipping partner, Gibbons delivers orders of all sizes across the UK and beyond. However, in order to satisfy nationwide demand and make it as easy as possible for farmers in all parts of the UK to access its fans, Gibbons is continuing to supply the full range via a network of exclusive stockists and resellers located across the country.

Gibbons will also be showcasing its low-volume grain fans and electrical services to tens of thousands of visitors at the LAMMA show on January 17th and 18th (stand 3A150).

Gibbons Agricultural Fans Manager Josie Knight is excited ahead of the 2018 season: “We had a great response to the launch last year and were delighted to help so many farmers look after their stored crops during the post-harvest period.”

“We’ve upgraded our fans at no extra cost to farmers and are looking forward to showing them off during our debut appearance at LAMMA. We’ll also be inviting distributors to join us as official partners.”

There’s lots of uncertainty over Brexit and the economy as we enter 2018, and because none of us can predict what the year ahead will bring it’s more important than ever to make electrical processes in farm buildings as efficient as possible.

With this in mind, Gibbons offers a comprehensive package of electrical services for farm buildings including mains power, control boards and panels, thermostatic controls, lighting and wiring.

Ms Knight adds: “Dealing with several contractors for electrical and mechanical services is time consuming, inconvenient and expensive, therefore having a single point of contact makes life so much easier for our clients, while costs can be reduced by combining jobs in a single site visit. Plus, our engineers will attend site at a time that suits the client in order to minimise disruption.”

For more information on any of Gibbons Agricultural Fans’ products and services, call Josie Knight on 01621 868 138 or email