Trash and Debris Booms – Exclusion Barriers
Clear floating refuse from waterways
Clear detritus from waterways with SpillPro trash and debris exclusion barriers. With a heavy-duty construction, they're built with total reliability in mind. They're capable of containing everything from light floating rubbish to heavy logs.
Easily transported, SpillPro trash and debris booms reduce the time and cost involved in expensive clean-up programs. That means you can be confident in their ability to protect sensitive water intakes, rivers and harbours.
Where this product can be applied
- Calm water
How this product solves problems
- Removes trash from waterways
- Reduces impact on environment
- Saves time and money on clean-up
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Benefits of SpillPro trash and debris barriers
- Make your containment operation simpler
- Save time, money and resources
- Simple, effective deployment
As a passive method of capturing debris, trash booms are an investment in clear waterways. Once deployed, SpillPro trash and debris booms eliminate the need for expensive ongoing clearing operations.
SpillPro trash and debris containment barriers help improve water quality. Through easy removal of detritus from the water, our trash booms ensure waterways are free of logs, rubbish and aquatic plant debris.
Durable and reliable
Heavy duty construction. Cutting edge design. Marine-grade materials. That all adds up to a durable boom built to withstand impact and wear-and-tear.
- Trash and debris boom
- Brute boom
SpillPro trash and debris booms are designed to be deployed by boat or from the shore – either by hand or crane.
Once in the water, the trash boom passively collects debris via the force of the waterway's current. And because they are built from sturdy materials, SpillPro trash booms can remain in place for long periods – until you are ready to retrieve it.
- Available in flexible PVC
- Sturdy belting or screen construction
- Steel booms available for high loads in strong currents
- SpillPro offers trash and debris barrier training, trials and commissioning
- Two-year warranty against defects in material and workmanship
- Can be delivered to most locations on short notice
- Tow bridles
- Anchors systems
- Tide slides
- Repair kits
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