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Staked Turbidity Barrier

Impermeable Staked Turbidity Barriers for Sale

Triton Staked Silt Barrier for construction site sheetflow runoff controlImpermeable Staked Turbidity Barriers (also called staked silt barrier) is a robust option for construction sites with significant sheet flow, stormwater runoff, sediment erosion, or site discharge. It is ideal in water depths less than thirty inches (30"). This fencing can add the strength required for demanding runoff control or contaminated water flows. It can also redirect stormwater to help avoid flooding.

Triton Staked Silt Barrier uses an impermeable PVC fabric that is high in resistance and strong enough to withstand use in demanding locations. It is DOT compliant for use as a stormwater Best Management Practice (BMP).


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Triton Staked Silt Control Fence is affordable and effective in controlling stormwater

Staked Silt Control Fence Benefits:

  • Impermeable Fabric Material
  • Increased Strength for Demanding Locations
  • Equipped to Handle Sheet Flow and Runoff
  • Easy Installation and Set Up
  • Redirect Stormwater Flows Around your Site

Staked Silt Barrier - Technical Specifications

Silt Fence Type
Height
Length
Fabric
Staked Silt Barrier
44.5"
100' Roll
13 oz., 18 oz., or 22 oz. PVC Fabric
       

**Staples and stakes not included

Staked Silt Control Fence - Easy Installation

when properly installed, silt control fence is an effective and affordable stormwater sheetflow and runoff bmpTriton Staked Silt Barrier can be quickly and easily installed. The installation method is similar to that of black permeable (geo) silt fence. For standard black woven silt fencing information, see Erosion Silt Control Fence. Typical installation for the yellow PVC fencing is as follows:


  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.

Silt Control Fence Maintenance

maintain your staked silt barrier for maximum effectivenessAs with any silt fence or BMP, fencing should be inspected periodically on a maintenance schedule and after each rain fall event. Staked Silt Barriers should be inspected for any gaps or tears in the material. Also, remember to remove any accumulated sediment. Readjust and reposition stakes that may have fallen or moved. A well-maintained staked silt control fence can make a big difference in sheetflow and runoff control effectiveness.

Permeable Silt Control Fence

use geo silt fence with yellow silt fence for increased filtrationFor additional stormwater and sheetflow runoff filtration, couple the use of Triton Staked Silt Barrier with black permeable silt fence. GEI works offers several styles of geotextile (permeable) silt fence to accomodate your project's needs.

For answers to your Staked Silt Barrier questions, call GEI Works at 1-772-646-0597
or fill out our quote request form to discuss your project's needs.