Type 1 DOT Turbidity Curtain
Floating Turbidity Barriers for DOT Compliance
The Triton Type 1 DOT Turbidity Curtain is the common choice for applications requiring containment that is DOT compliant. All Type 1 DOT floating turbidity barriers are built to meet or exceed most state DOT regulations for use on projects with these requirements. This will include almost any construction along roads, work in protected areas, or construction sites requiring runoff control. Each section features a length of 100 feet. Multiple sections can be joined together to form required lengths.
Use Triton Type 1 DOT Turbidity Barrier for silt and turbidity containment in calm water areas such as small ponds, calm water lakes, roadside swales, construction sites, roadside construction projects, and protected inland areas.
See pallet and truckload Type 1 DOT Floating Barrier Pricing.
Type 1 DOT Turbidity Curtain Specifications
|Standard Lengths||50' or 100'|
|Standard Depths||3' or 20'|
|Fabric||18 oz. Impermeable PVC|
|Color||Yellow for High Visibility|
|Flotation||6 in. Square Closed Cell Floats|
|Ballast||1/4 in. Hot Dipped Galvanized Chain|
|Section Connection||Gomment Connections|
|Product Flyer||Type 1 DOT Turbidity Curtain Flyer (PDF)|
Check Pricing and Availability on Type 1 DOT Sections
For pricing and availability on sections of Type 1 DOT Turbidity Curtain, please feel free to contact us through any of the methods listed below or fill out our quote request form.
After your information has been submitted, it will be sent directly to our sales department who will contact you to verify your payment method, provide you with a shipping estimate, and finalize your order.
Ask About our Turbidity Curtain Accessories
- Marker Lights
- Anchoring Kits (Anchor, Buoy, Rope)
- Shore Attachments
- Reefing Lines
- Navigation Buoys
- Tow Bridles
- Repair Kits
Additional options include Type 2 Turbidity Curtain and Type 3 Turbidity Curtain for use in moving water conditions. These curtains are available in both permeable and impermeable models to help control the spreading of silt in your location.
Not sure which type of barrier you need? See our Turbidity Curtain Selection Guide.