Silt Fence, Sediment Fence,
Wire Back Fence
GEI Works Construction and Silt Fencing can help with all of your sediment, runoff and erosion control requirements. Working to address the needs of multiple locations, available fencing models include staked silt fence, wire backed fencing, orange safety barriers and impermeable fencing. Please feel free to browse through the different silt fence types below or give our team a call +1-772-646-0597 to discuss your sediment control requirements.
Choosing a Construction Silt Fence
Choosing the right safety or silt fence for your location is dependant on site conditions, containment requirements, and runoff levels around your location. Please view the descriptions below for more information on each fencing model and how it can work for your location.
Standard Silt Fence
The Standard Silt Fence is a woven monofilament fencing commonly found on any job site dealing with sand, dirt or sediment. Offering both containment and filtration, this economical fencing can control runoff in almost any location.
- Economy: 50 gram material
- Contractor: 70 gram material
- DOT: 100 gram material
Questions? We can help! Call our team at +1-772-646-0597 or fill out our quote request form to discuss your requirements.
Wire Back Silt Fence
Wire Backed Construction Fence Models offer increased strength for areas dealing with large volumes of sediment or large erosion control concerns. Models feature a standard silt fence with wire backing to provide added stability and strength in your location.
- 12.5 AWG Welded Wire
- 14.5 AWG Welded Wire
- 12.5 DOT Field Wire
- 14.5 DOT Field Wire
Orange Safety Barriers
In addition to the standard silt construction fence, we also offer several orange barriers that can be used along the site to warn pedestrians of a construction area. Orange barriers can be made in either a woven or plastic fabric to accommodate different site requirements.
Staked Silt Barrier
For areas dealing with high water flows or demanding sheet flow control, the staked silt barrier is commonly used to provide added strength. This barrier will feature an impermeable fabric design to increase the strength of the unit and help direct and control water flows.
Biodegradable Erosion Control Measures
As an alternative to standard silt fencing, biodegradable products are also available to help with erosion control, sediment control, and stormwater filtration. Made from coir, straw, or wood fiber, these products maintain support in a form that is completely biodegradable and natural.
- Coir Mats & Blankets
- Coconut Fiber Logs
- Coir Blocks
- Straw & Coir Wattles
When compared to other stabilization methods, natural fiber products are designed to biodegrade on their own over an extended period of time. This provides enough time for vegetation to take root while removing any requirements for cleanup. For more information, check out our Coir Fiber Products.
If you have questions about any of our products, give us a call at +1-772-646-0597 or request a price quote.
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