Staked Turbidity Barrier for Sale
Tough on Silt, Easy on Your Wallet
Triton staked turbidity barrier is an excellent rugged option for handling silt control. It is made from marine-grade 350 lbs. high strength PVC. The yellow silt fence redirects water flow and stops the spread of sediment on disturbed land areas, such as construction sites. It is DOT compliant for sediment and erosion control.
The staked turbidity barrier is an affordable, low-cost stormwater Best Management Practice (BMP). The staked sediment fence can also save money by avoiding potential damage caused by sediment runoff. Stormwater and silt runoff can result in: costly dredging, cleaning sediment out of sewers, and remediating polluted water bodies. It can also result in expensive fines. Triton Staked Turbidity Barriers are for sale and ready to ship.
|Fabric||13 oz., 18 oz., and 22 oz. PVC|
|Standard Length||100 ft. (1,500 ft. per pallet)|
|Recommended Fasteners||Wire, Hog Rings, Staples|
|**Stakes and staples not included|
How to Determine Correct Amount of Staked Sediment Fencing
There are many factors to consider when determining how much staked sediment fence to place at your site including:
• Type of Soil
• Slope Length
• Amount of Typical Rainfall
• Site Layout
Failure to install an adequate amount of staked silt barrier can cause water to overflow the staked turbidity fence or spread the sediment to other areas instead of containing it.
While many sites use staked containment fences, they are often ineffective because they aren't properly designed, installed, and maintained. Improper usage can waste time and money; therefore it's important to evaluate several factors in choosing a staked silt barrier.
Staked Turbidity Fence: Correct Installation is Important
Installing a staked turbidity barrier can be simple and fast, but it's also important to take the time to do it correctly. The following step-by-step instructions can help with installation to increase long-term effectiveness. More detailed maintenance and installation details are in our PDF Flyer.
1. Dig a trench along the desired control path.
2. Install 1" x 1" wooden stakes (or rebar) on the down slope of the trench.
3. Unroll the staked silt barrier fabric.
4. Fasten the fabric to the fencing.
5. Once the fencing has been installed, backfill the trench.
Staked Turbidity Barrier For Sale: Direct from the Manufacturer
Along with many other water pollution and erosion control products, we are the manufacturer of the Triton staked silt barrier. We keep the product in stock and ready to ship! Since we make it, we can also build it to suit your site's requirements. Just let us know what you need or tell us your site's description and we can help figure out the right configuration.
Additional Construction and Silt Fence Options
We also offer a permeable black silt fence that uses a geotextile woven material. It filters the water, instead of redirecting the flow of water like the yellow silt fence does. For more information about the differences between the yellow staked silt barrier vs. the black staked silt fence visit Staked Silt Barriers.
For more information on standard black silt fencing, see: Silt Fence By the Roll.
Read answers to customer questions about:
Turbidity Control in Deeper Water
For areas with water depths greater than 30" our Triton turbidity barrier is a great solution. This turbidity curtain floats in the water, stopping the spread of sediment and allowing it to settle to the bottom. Silt curtain is available in three different types, including DOT-compliant models, depending on water and wind conditions.
Additional Erosion Control Options
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