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Silt Fences

Stakes

Hardwood 1-1/2” x 1-1/2” (Nominal) 2” x 2” (Nominal) 36”, 48”, 54” Length

Fabric

Economical: 24”, 36” High Spec: 24”, 30”, 36”, 42”, 48”, 50”

Stake Spacing

10’ Centers 8’ Centers 7’ Centers

Proper Installation

Dig a 6” deep trench to prevent sediment flow underneath the fence. Unroll fence and drive stakes in center of trench to bottom of fabric. Make sure all stakes are on the down slope side of fence.

6’ Centers 5’ Centers 4’ Centers

Silt fence is more durable and resistant to wind damage if each post is twisted 180° during installation. This wraps each post with silt fence fabric on both sides, reducing the likelihood of the fabric tearing away from the post in a high wind situation.

Easy Silt Fence Installation Tip

Contractors Grade Silt Fence Part# 14987

Nearly 70% of all construction jobs that require silt fence do not specify the type of fence that must be used. Save money by using Mutual’s superior quality non-spec contractors grade silt fence:

Economical 36” or 24” width silt fabrics

1-1/2” x 1-1/2” (Nominal) hardwood stakes

Stakes spaced every 10’ (10’ centers)

11 stakes per 100’ fabric

If you’re stocking a fence with specs other than these for non-spec jobs, you’re probably paying too much!

Custom printing

available. Call for details.

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Silt Fence with Lath Part# 14987

Mutual’s wood lath silt fence is manufactured to stop the fabric from tearing away from the posts in the field. The lath is stapled thru the fabric and into the post.

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