Silt Curtain – 2.0m Skirt (Class 2)
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Silt Curtains provide a waterborne barrier around waterfront civil construction projects, restricting damage from sediment runoff into waterways such as rivers, lakes and harbours.
The Curtain is constructed from a PVC Coated top float chamber using oil resistant, crumble-proof foam blocks – this section is longitudinally reinforced with polyester webbing for extra strength.
A non-woven geotextile skirt below the float chamber restricts water flow and allows the suspended sediment to settle. A PVC Coated chain pocket is attached to the bottom of the geofabric skirt to provide sufficient ballast to keep it taut.
Silt curtains are used by construction companies, marine service companies, erosion and sediment control contractors, consultants, councils and state road authorities for projects including:
Stratex can supply the Silt Curtain with the skirt folded and multiple sections connected, up to a length of 100 metres per pallet. This enables immediate deployment of the Silt Curtain when it is onsite.
Stratex silt socks are filled with a large diameter gravel or rock such as scoria to allow easy flow of water through the sock, capturing the silt and dirt sediment. The socks are placed in and around storm water drains and gutters to protect our natural waterways. They can also prevent loose topsoil washing away in heavy rains. The silt sock can be used on unsealed or sealed surfaces, such as concrete and bitumen. Comes with a tie strap to allow efficient tie-off after filling.
Stratex Geofabric Silt Stocks are manufactured from high strength UV resistant filter fabric.
Coir mesh is a heavy duty, lower cost alternative to jute matting. It can used to stabilise sloped soil banks, helping to retain moisture whilst preventing wind and rain erosion. Coir mesh can also prevent weed growth. Simply place coir mesh over soil and cut for vegetation as required. Mesh will biodegrade over time, enriching soil with added nutrients and structure.
Dewatering Bags, also known as Sediment Filter Bags, are perfect for pumping and filtering sediment laden water from construction or mining sites. They provide a cost effective and simple method of removing silt and heavy particles from excavation water. Manufactured from strong non-woven geotextile which allows water to filter freely through the bag while retaining solids. Flow rate of 80L/m2/sec, subject to variation during usage. Featuring a 100mm diameter hose inlet as standard, the Dewatering Bags can be custom made almost any size to suit different project requirements.