This may be a really stupid question-is the Rotation right? With the biggest motor it won't move squat backwards, don't ask me how I know this. In my opinion (FWIW) 1HP is to small for and 11' conveyor unless you have some kind of gearbox to slow it down (trade RPM for torque). In the rendering plant I don't remember augers much less than 8", Maybe 6" and don't remember motors smaller than 3HP on an auger or conveyor. With an electric motor the efficiency doesn't kill you if you oversize the motor, if the motor is sized to big it just pulls what ever amps it needs to get the work done. Remember horsepower can be related to amount of material moved x distance in a given time. If you figure out how much weight of beans you want to unload, how far you have to move them and how much time you want to move them in you should get an idea of Horsepower requirements. IIRC 1 HP = 33,000 lbs 1 foot in one minute.
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