Type 2 Heavy Duty Turbidity Curtain is built to support Clean Water Act compliance requirements where jobsite conditions are more rigorous, such as moving water, currents (up to 1 knot), tides, waves (up to 2 feet), or moderate wind. Common applications for Type 2 Turbidity Curtain include dredging projects, shoreline construction, boat dock installations, and rip rap projects.
Using only rugged and reliable components, our standard options and specifications for Type 2 Heavy Duty Turbidity Curtain is listed below. Custom options are also available on request to satisfy specific jobsite requirements. We also offer a selection of other Type 2 Turbidity Curtains, including DOT and Permeable. See: Type 2 Turbidity Curtains.
When installed as directed, Type 2 Heavy Duty Turbidity Curtain provides protection from construction-related turbidity by creating a secure containment area for the sediment-laden water. The barriers stay in place until the project has been completed and the sediment has settled once again to the watershed's floor. You'll be pleased with the competitive turbidity curtain cost, quality, and turn-time of this USA-made turbidity curtain.
- Moving water, currents, or tides
- Waves up to two feet (2 ft.)
- Moderate wind
- Currents up to 1 knot
Type 2 Heavy Duty Turbidity Barrier Specifications
|Curtain Panel Length
|Available in 50 ft. or 100 ft. Sections
|Standard is 5 ft., Other Sizes (3 ft. to 100 ft.) Are Availablet
|Heavy Duty 22 oz. PVC, UV-Protective Treatment
|Yellow, For High Visibility (Others Available Upon Request)
|6 in. (For Skirt Depths Under 10 ft.)
8 in. (For Skirt Depths From 11 ft. to 20 ft.)
12 in. (For Skirt Depths Of Over 20 ft.)
|Single 5/16 in. Tension Cable (Below Float)
|Bottom Ballast Chain
|5/16 in. Galvanized Chain
|Reinforced Grommets and Universal Bulk Slide Connectors
|Generally Recommended At Each 50 ft. Interval*
*Our experts can help you determine the anchor pattern and placement needed to support the compliance requirements for your job site. Additionally, having the right anchor type, pattern, and installation design can significantly reduce the curtain loads. This protects your investment by increasing the field-use-life and performance effectiveness of the geotextile silt curtain.
If you're unsure of which type of floating silt barrier is needed for a job site's requirements, please review these helpful guides. Being aware of each turbidity barrier detail will help you determine which solution is best for you.
For site conditions with waves up to 2 feet or knots of up to 1.5, consider Type 3 Turbidity Barrier instead.
Want to know more about a specific turbidity barrier detail? If you have questions about turbidity curtain type 2, give our sales team a call.