Turbidity Curtain to Meet Regulations
Does Triton Type 3 Turbidity Curtain Meet Regulations?
Question: Will your Type 3 turbidity barrier meet my state's requirements?
Answer: The Triton Type 3 Turbidity Curtain has two separate models, a DOT and a Heavy-Duty model. Both of these curtains will be built with high-strength materials that will help your barrier hold up in moving water conditions. Both should be equipped with materials that help the curtain be used in various DOT (Department of Transportation) applications.
Type 3 Turbidity Curtain Components
Type 3 Turbidity Curtain components that help to equip this curtain for use in DOT applications include the following:
- Bottom Ballast Chain
- Tension Cables
- Impermeable PVC Fabrics
- Section Connectors
These models are designed to meet or exceed most DOT specifications. If you are uncertain if this curtain can operate in your area, please feel free to check with your local DOT to verify that these barriers can be used in your location.
Turbidity Curtain Specifications
If you are looking for a turbidity curtain that can be built to certain specifications or drawings, please feel free to send them through to us (firstname.lastname@example.org). Our team is constantly working to provide you with all the components needed to ensure your job runs smoothly. If you know your state's requirements, please feel free to send that through to us and we will see if we can build a curtain to meet these requirements.
The Triton Type 3 Curtain is the highest strength barrier and is built for the roughest water conditions. These barriers are commonly used for long-term projects, demanding water conditions, or other rough water conditions.
Learn more about Triton Type 3 Turbidity Curtain.
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