Floating Containment Barriers & Mats for Bridge Repair

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Floating Containment System

Floating Containment Mats are the perfect solution for falling debris, tools, lead paint, and other contaminants that can enter water sources. Made from an impermeable textile material, these mats keep contaminants contained by floating along the base of a bridge, dam or barrier to catch pollutants before they enter the water. Built to your particular specifications, these mats are generally installed along dam walls, underneath bridges, and in other areas where items may be likely to falling during repair.

OX containment mats are manufactured in the USA and can be custom built to fulfill your specific requirements to catch, contain and prevent spreading of pollution on your job site. We offer two types of containment mats: The Floating Containment Mat, and The Floating Containment System.

Floating containment mat
The standard design of floating containment mats feature an impermeable PVC fabric with built-in side floatation barriers. This creates a complete containment area that can intercept falling debris, instruments, paint, asbestos and other pollutants. All mats feature a regulation wall height of six inches (6") to contain elements as they fall from the work area.    These mats will help keep your job site in compliance and provide a reliable secondary containment protective barrier.

6" Flotations
22 oz. Impermeable PVC Fabric
Multiple Sizing Choices
Reusable Containment Mat
Foam Walls

Floating Containment System

The second containment mat option is a system that uses our high-quality standard floating turbidity curtain in conjunction with the floating containment mat. For use as a containment mechanism, these standard curtains can be installed horizontally to collect and hold debris. Standard turbidity curtains emphasized impermeable PVC fabric, top flotations and lengthened bottom skirts (made to any depth from 3 to 100 feet). For these locations, the thickness of the curtain should be equal to the quantity of length from the wall required for your barriers.


Large Area for Containment
Contains Built-In Flotation Device
The skirt can Install Simply to Dam Wall
Winds up during Transportation
Can be Towed into Installation Position
Does not Block the Flow of Water
Barriers should be connected to the dam wall by the skirt to keep the complete unit afloat.

Looking for a bridge repair containment system to use during piling purification, repair, or removal? Check out the Piling Protection Sock and the Piling Extraction Floating Containment System