The debris booms have a unique flush face for laminar deflection of barrels, logs, trees, reeds, duckweed etc. into a collection area, where the material can be easily extracted for recycling.
Workboats can rub along the face of the debris booms, scooping up materials. This avoids having to slowly 'nibble' at the debris and risk damaging the floats as with conventional debris booms.
The original booms first installed in 2001 are still in service.
|Product:||Permanent Debris Booms (PDB)|
|Models:||PDB400 / PDB600|
|Applications:||They are used to control the flow of debris and pollution and are frequently used to protect critical infrastructure.|