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Sediment Control Barrier (Sediment Control) equipment

  • StormSack High Capacity Sediment Control Barrier

    A breakthrough in sediment control, the StormSack offers unrivaled capacity and flexibility for construction site sediment control. According to the EPA* (Construction Site Runoff Control, Minimum Control Measures), sediment runoff from construction sites is 10 to 20 times greater than from agricultural lands and 1000 times to 2000 times greater ...

    By Stormwaterworks.com based in Stamford, CONNECTICUT (USA).

  • Check Dams/Spring Berms

    The 12 inch diameter tubes are shipped compressed and buckled together. When the compressed tubes are unbuckled, the tubes automatically expand to their full six foot length. Each tube is kept rigid with an enclosed spring. When the ends are snapped together they form long continuous fluid control barriers. Anchoring is simple as the barriers are ...

    By Green Patch Environmental Consulting Ltd. (GPEC) based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA). from Sediment Control Product line

  • PSI - Turbidity and Silt Curtains

    As required by federal and state requirements, silt and debris must be contained.  PSI has proven that our turbidity curtains are the premium turbidity products to keep sediment under control for today’s demanding marine construction and industrial environment. We offer a wide variety of pervious and impervious curtains that meet and/or ...

    By Parker Systems, Inc. (PSI) based in Chesapeake, VIRGINIA (USA). from Booms & Barriers Product line

  • UltraTech - Silt Dike Barrier Systems

    Triangular silt dike barrier systems help contain eroded soils. Designed as an effective and economical alternative to straw bales, silt fence and rock check dams. Patented design provides effective erosion and sediment control. Aprons on either side of Dike prevent erosion and failure of the structure. Optional, U-shaped wire staples help secure ...

    By UltraTech International, Inc. based in Jacksonville, FLORIDA (USA). from Erosion Control Product line

  • Enviro-Pro - Erosion and Sediment Control (Silt Fence)

    A silt fence is a temporary sediment solution that consists of a synthetic silt fence filter fabric barrier attached to supporting posts installed in soil trenches. Silt fencing is not a permanent erosion control practice, but can be an effective solution for many applications. Silt fencing was created to slow and allow the ponding of water, ...

    By Enviro-Pro-US based in Tulsa, OKLAHOMA (USA). from Erosion Control Products Product line

  • Liner

    Our liners can be used for a variety of applications including: Wastewater containment, industrial lagoons, solid waste landfills, landfill closures, secondary containment, decrative ponds, methane barriers.

  • Enviro-Pro - Straw Wattles & Sediment Logs and Erosion Control Logs

    Straw wattles, also known as erosion logs or fiber logs, are fibrous tubes made of geotextile fabric filled with straw or coconut fiber and are used for erosion control. These devices allow water to flow through while capturing runoff sediments. Erosion logs are primarily used on hill slopes to break up slope lengths and slow overland flow. Straw ...

    By Enviro-Pro-US based in Tulsa, OKLAHOMA (USA). from Erosion Control Products Product line

  • Ultra-Silt Dike

    Triangular Silt Dike Barrier Systems Help Contain Eroded Soils. Designed as an effective and economical alternative to straw bales, silt fence and rock check dams. Patented design provides effective erosion and sediment control. Aprons on either side of Dike prevent erosion and failure of the structure. Optional, U-shaped wire staples help secure ...

    By Spill Source based in Denver, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Erosion Control for Stormwater Product line

  • Model Type 3 - Silt Turbidity Curtain

    Type III Silt Barrier is a tough silt curtain which is designed specifically for silt control in rivers, inter-coastal waterways, bays and harbors. These rough water floating silt curtain is ideal for demanding applications whether dredging contaminated sediments or demolishing bridges.

  • Turbidity Curtains

    Turbidity or floating silt curtains are flexible sediment control barriers designed to prevent the spread of silt and sediment in lakes and other water bodies when work is being performed in water, or on or near the shoreline. Constructed of permeable or non-permeable material, the Turbidity Curtain is suspended vertically in the water with a ...

    By Nilex based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA). from Turbidity Products Product line

  • Curtains for Marine Construction

    Turbidity Curtains, also known as silt barriers, or silt curtains, are floating barriers designed to contain and control floating silt and sediment in a water body. Turbidity curtain are commonly used in projects such as dredging activities, pile driving, and marine construction. These products are designed to keep jobsites in environmental ...

    By Indian Valley Industries, Inc. (IVI) based in Johnson City, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Filtrexx- Inlet Soxx - Storm Drain Inlet

    Inletsoxx are used as a storm drain inlet protection by providing filtration of water and physical barrier that reduces the rate at which sediment-laden water can enter the storm drain. Inlet protection allows construction to continue while protecting storm systems from sediment overloads. Inletsoxx™ offer unique 3 way filtration, ...

    By Filtrexx Canada Inc. based in Brantford, ONTARIO (CANADA). from Filtration Product line

  • Silt Boom 0.5-6.5 metre - SB

    Silt booms are available in a variety of sizes and materials and are made to order. Silt booms have a foam buoyancy chamber supporting a deep skirt. The skirt can vary from a few metres deep to as many as seven metres deep. Skirt material is woven polyethylene, but can also be a non-porous fabric. Particles as small as 50 microns can be trapped ...

    By Global Spill Control based in Melbourne, AUSTRALIA. from Spills on Water - Silt Booms Product line

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