Anti-pollution dam
LC400

In order to provide solutions and effective solutions to all the players in the world of environmental protection, the company Pollustock develops containment solutions to better understand all intervention configurations, whether that be context related to emergency situations or preventive management contexts.

The pollution prevention dams proposed by the company Pollustock are professional prevention and protection equipment, whose primary function is to physically retain and restrain pollutant loads that may spread in the vicinity of or in the aquatic element. It acts to preserve so-called sensitive areas from the impact of macro waste, hydrocarbons and chemicals.

The LC400 anti-pollution dam with a flat chamber has been developed in order to respond effectively to surface pollution that may occur in small or difficult access areas, such as harbor water bodies, river banks and ponds.

Its perfectly articulated structure and reinforced by a longitudinal polyester strap; allowing for a fast and secure deployment by a single operator. Its 15cm rigid flat chamber, coupled with a full 25cm pvc skirt, provides exceptional stability and professional containment.

Lightweight and foldable, the LC400 anti-pollution dam is easily found in any response vehicle or nautical craft.

Pros

Particularly suitable for the retention of small harbor pollution, even in tight spaces, the LC400 is a flexible, lightweight and resistant dam. Made of high-quality double-coated PVC (900 gr / m2), it features an anti-ripping crest strap, a high-strength fast joining system and a mooring kit which is included.

Context of Use

Lakes, rivers, ports, ponds, seas, jetties, shipyards

Désignation

Description

Product ID

PO88-0266

Module length

15m

Air draft

15cm

Draft

25cm

Total height

40cm

Textile

PVC 900g/m2 hydrocarbon, oil and acid treatment

Flotation system

PSE

Stowage

LCS

15m module weight

32kg

Module jonction

Velcro / Clamp

Weighting

Iron chain

Packaging

Storage bag

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