Debris Control Boom for Dock
Debris Boom for Dock and Water Locations
Question: I am looking for a debris control boom for docks. I need to direct debris flow from the back of my dock to the front. Do you have something that can help with this process?
Answer: Thank you for contacting us! The debris boom is a good option for this
application and is available in a couple of different styles. If you are looking for a standard boom to help control debris, a good option would be our standard Floating Debris Barrier. This boom design includes a foam filled flotation device, steel ballast chain, and short skirt with depths of either six or twelve inches (6" to 12").
The floating debris boom is a great option for controlling or directing the flow of debris. Standard features you will find on this debris boom includes the following:
- Typical Fabric: 22 oz. PVC
- Lengths: 25', 50' or 100'
- Skirt Lengths: 6" or 12"
- Aluminum Universal Slides or equivalent ASTM Z Styles
- Bottom Chain: Galvanized Steel standard (304 or 316 stainless steel available upon request)
The deployment of these booms is designed to help direct the flow of trash and contain your products to a specific area. Booms are often deployed along a shore line to direct debris to the shore for easy cleanup. If you will be deploying this boom around a dock, care should be taken to ensure that the boom does not direct the debris to the middle of the water area and cause contamination.
What can a Floating Debris Boom Control?
The floating boom can control several items both above and under the surface of the water, including some of
- Trash from Pedestrians
- Aquatic Plants
- Jelly Fish
- Small Timber
- Various other Debris Items
Debris control boom for dock and water areas are typically quoted based the water conditions in your area, the type of debris that you need to control, and duration of your containment process. In addition to this boom, we also offer several higher strength Containment Booms that can control larger items such logs or ice, as well as contain debris in high flow or demanding conditions.