Belted Silt Retention Fence (BSRF) Priority 2

Non-Woven Black Band Medium Duty Silt Fence System
BSRF Priority 2 / Nonwoven Black Band Medium Duty Silt Fence System
The fabric is a 36'' wide, non-woven spun-bond polyester fabric. The system utilizes wood stakes and a specific method of attachment (bonding strips) to enhance the strength of the system. The fabric, when installed as specified, produces a proven system with superior filtering capabilities in slurry conditions. The system shall be used as a vertical interceptor of sediment transported by overland flow on construction sites.

  • Designed for Medium Duty Sensitive Areas
  • Fabric Attached with Bonding Strips to 1 1/8” x 1 1/8” Posts
  • Bonding Strips Prevent Teardowns
  • P-2 exceeds Federal guidelines with 98.5% efficiency (ASTM-D-5141)
  • Designed for Sheet Flow
  • Superior Filtration in Slurry Conditions
  • 3' x 100' at 6’ Centers
BSRF Priority 2
BSRF Priority 2
BSRF Priority 2
  • BSRF Priority 2 Specification and Installation (PDF)
  • BSRF Priority 2 Fabric Specification (PDF)
  • BSRF Priority 2 Efficiency Test (PDF)
  • BSRF Priority 2 Index Testing (PDF)
  • BSRF University of Central Florida Test (PDF)
  • BSRF Priority 2 CAD FILE (Zipped DWG)
  • BSRF Priority 2 Installation Slope (PDF)

  • * Please note: DWG files are zipped files that contain AutoCad drawings. These cannot be opened here. They must be downloaded, saved and unzipped and then loaded into an AutoCad or compatible program.

    The choice of silt fence is to be determined by the topography and soils of a given area. Flat topography can be served well with medium duty silt fence, where rolling topography requires the use of a heavy duty silt fence for best results.

    Areas around water bodies or wetlands require the use of a fabric that has been designed for sensitive areas.

    The most value of your purchase can be best achieved by utilizing the grade of silt fence that most economically meets your jobsite's need, while still meeting the desired results.
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