Log and Debris Booms
Q: I am looking for a floating debris boom that could be effectively used for both logs and debris. Which barriers are robust enough to handle these materials?
Steel Mesh Debris Booms
A: One of the most commonly used debris booms for log and timber is an item known as the steel mesh boom. Designed specifically for robust conditions, these barriers offer the strength required to support larger items and floating debris.
To construct a higher strength option, standard design of the boom features a steel mesh panel with a series of hard plastic floats along the entire section. This provides a high overall strength that can handle controlling debris and leaves in a moving water setting.
- Panel Length: 8'
- Panel Height Option: 2', 3' or 4'
- Panel Design: Stainless Steel, Galvanized Steel or Aluminum
- Floats: High Impact Floats
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Safety and Ice Boom Applications
With high strength materials, the safety and ice boom has been used in several different locations for control of logs, debris, ice and more. Some common applications for these barriers include:
- Log Containment or Protection
- Debris Control
- Protection for Intakes
- Containment of Heavier Items
- Demarcation Barrier
Other Debris Barrier Options
In addition to these Log and Debris Booms, we also offer a permanent containment boom that can be used to continuously control debris and floating timbers around your location. Permanent booms will typically include a belting that features a series of poly floats for increased support. Additional options include:
- Permanent Booms
- Standard Floating PVC Booms
- Net Booms
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