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Cleaning equipment in ports and dredging

For construction work in ports and harbours, and other dredging operations, Markleen manufactures silt curtains (or turbidity curtains) to contain...

Construction in ports and dredging

For construction work in ports and harbours, and other dredging operations, Markleen manufactures silt curtains (or turbidity curtains) to contain materials in suspension and prevent them from polluting nearby areas.

This product consists of a floatation element (often a solid containment boom) and a skirt made of geotextile material of a depth which will depend on the distance it is installed from the dredging work and the depth of the water at that point.

Remember that there should always be a gap between the bottom of the silt curtain and the sea bed, and that the curtain is most effective when used in calm waters.

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Case studies

Take a look at some of the solutions provided by Markleen to its customers’ problems. We work hand in hand with our customers from day one to offer them an integral package which is tailored to their needs.

Algerian ports

Algerian ports acquire a number of Markleen containerised oil spill response packages to protect seven major ports.

CEPSA Huelva

The systems are a protection measure against oil spills and were chosen for their ease of use and manoeuvrability in the water.

NOFO

Supply of 10 complete MOS Boom systems to NOFO – The Norwegian Clean Seas Association for Operating Companies.