Woven Belted Silt Fence (WBSF) – Combination Fence (Combo Fence)

Silt Fences: Woven Belted Silt Fence – Combination Fence
  • Silt Fences: WBSF 2 Stage Combo
  • Silt Fences: WBSF 2 Stage Combo
  • Silt Fences: WBSF 2 Stage Combo
  • WBSF2cb Combo
  • Silt Fences: WBSF 2 Stage Combo Silt Fence
  • Silt Fences: WBSF 2 Stage Combo Silt Fence
Silt Fences: Woven Belted Silt Fence (WBSF) – Combination Fence (Combo Fence)

The WBSF Combination Fence was designed as one silt fence to accomplish 2 objectives: 2 Stage sediment retention and delineation in one fence. The 2 Stage concept was designed to allow for enhanced sediment retention and stormwater release while maintaining the same WBSF structural integrity and strength. The first stage (lower 12 inches above ground level) is nominal 50 sieve woven fabric to facilitate the greatest sediment retention. The second stage (upper 12 inches) is nominal 20 sieve woven fabric providing controlled release of stormwater. Structural belts are woven into the fabric as staple points providing linear strength consistent with all Silt Saver WBSF products.

  • NO wire / net backing needed
  • Available on pre-assembled hardwood stakes at 4’ centers (designed for heavy duty) or 6’ centers (designed for medium duty) sensitive areas
  • Available in 500’ or 1000’ rolls.
  • May be attached to metal posts using woven belts as attachment points as required
  • Can be installed by trenching or slicing / plowing

What is 2 Stage Technology?

What is 2 Stage Technology

Controlled Storm Water Release

Controlled Storm Water

What is WBSF Technology?

What is WBSF
  • Wire back and/or net back NOT required.
  • Available on pre-assembled 4’ centers (designed for heavy duty) or 6’ centers (designed for medium duty) sensitive areas.
  • Available in 500’ rolls.
  • Pre-assembled on Hardwood stakes
  • May be attached to metal posts using woven belts as attachment points
  • Can be sliced or trenched into ground.
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