A silt fence is a temporary sediment control device used on construction sites to protect water quality in nearby streams, rivers, lakes, and seas from sediment in stormwater runoff.
Our Silt fences are often perimeter controls, typically used in combination with sediment basins and sediment traps, as well as erosion controls, which are designed to retain sediment in place where the soil is being disturbed by construction processes that is land grading and other earthworks. Silt fencing is a common temporary sediment control device used in construction sites to protect the nearby streams, rivers, lakes, and waterways from runoff after a storm or from loose sediment in general from entering the waterways. There are many different forms of sediment control, but silt fencing is a popular option based on its efficiency, fast installation, and affordable price.
- Reduces the speed of runoff flow.
- Minimal clearing and grubbing required for installation.
- Sediment fences trap a much higher percentage of suspended sediments than straw bales.
- Removes sediments and prevents downstream damage from sediment deposits.
- Airport Runways and Taxiways
- Haul roads for Logging and Landfills
- Temporary Construction Entrances
- Used in Construction industries Regular,
- Paved and Unpaved Roadways