Staked Silt Barrier For Sale
Staked Silt Control Barrier for Construction Sites
Staked Silt Barriers are an impermeable yellow silt fence used along construction sites and roadways to control sheet flow, runoff, and other site discharge. Made from a robust PVC fabric, this staked silt barrier offers increased strength compared to permeable standard black silt fencing. This helps sites keep sediment contained in a variety of conditions. Our staked construction fences meet US DOT compliance requirements for erosion and sediment control.
Staked Turbidity Barriers are typically constructed from 13 oz., 18 oz., or 22 oz. fabric depending on the demands and requirements of your location. Standard barriers are 44.5" in height and are available in 100' rolls. Staked silt barriers should be used in water that is shallower than 30", such as along road sides, and in ditches, canals, shallow ponds, or lakes. Triton Staked Turbidity Barriers are for sale and ready to ship.
Staked Silt Barrier Standard Specifications
|Flyer||Staked Silt Barrier Flyer
and Intallation Guide (PDF)
|Fabric||22 oz. PVC (in stock)
13 oz. and 18 oz. available
|Standard Length||100 ft. (1,500 ft. per pallet)||Recommended Fasteners||Wire, Hog Rings, Staples|
Staked Silt Barrier and Stormwater BMP Products
The staked silt barrier is an excellent choice for implementation as a stormwater BMP (Best Management Practice) on any job site or work area where traditional permeable silt fencing will not work. Since the fabric is higher in strength, it is commonly used in small ditches or in areas where increased water flow is expected.
For more information on standard black silt fencing, see: Silt Fence By the Roll.
Staked Silt Barrier vs. Staked Silt Fence Comparison
These two types of staked constructions fences are similar, but have several crucial differences. The yellow PVC silt barrier is impermeable and redirects the flow of water. The black silt fence filters runoff by stopping sediment and allowing water to filter through.
|Product||Staked Silt Barrier (PDF)||Staked Silt Fence|
13 oz., 18 oz., or 22 oz.
|Woven Filter Fabric:
50 gram, 70 gram or 100 gram
|Design||Stakes Offered Separately||Stakes Offered Separately or Pre-Attached|
|Use||Directs water flow with an impermeable barrier||Fabric filters water to remove sediment|
|Typical Sizing||100 ft. Sections||100 ft. or 300 ft. Sections (sold by the pallet)|
Read answers to customer questions about:
Using Staked Silt Barrier to Control Stormwater Runoff
Which Silt Fence is Made of PVC Fabric?
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
We also offer additional Erosion and Sediment Control Products including geotubes, construction BMPs around drains, and wattles.
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