SDMI dba Caribbean GeoTextiles offers silt barriers for marine project managers in the Caribbean with superior silt turbidity barrier technology. Our GeoTextile Silt Turbidity Barriers surpass US Army Corps of Engineer industry specifications, they can endure severe conditions in Caribbean marine environments and have survived a Category 1 hurricane without any signs of wear, damage or displacement. It is highly recommended for your dredging, erosion control or shoreline protection projects you have in Trinidad & Tobago, Aruba, Bahamas, Jamaica, Martinique or any other Caribbean country as well as Central American countries such as Belize, Costa Rica and Honduras.
The GeoTextile Silt Turbidity Barrier is attached to the ocean floor using a sand-filled ballast tube, while other inferior booms use less effective anchors and chains. It's unique connection system means installation is completed quickly. The superior buoyancy tube is spray injected allowing the foam to imbed in the woven fabric sleeve as it expands adding to it's superior strength and longevity. Apron dimensions, and anchor and buoyancy tube diameters, can be custom manufactured to fit your specific requirements for your Bahamas or Caribbean project. These booms are made of a woven, high strength GeoTextile fabric that offers superior protection also for Hurricane Storm Protection .
Trinidad & Tobago, Antiqua, Turks & Caicos, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Aruba, Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Grenada, Bonaire, Caracao, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Barbuda, Dominican Republic, St. Lucia and Antigua as well as Central America such as Belize, Guyana, Nicaragua, Suriname, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Grenada, Guadeloupe and Honduras.