The tommy machine installs silt fence the same way – the correct way – each and every time.
It does not:
The tommy easily maneuvers around construction site contours and obstacles, properly placing silt fence for detaining sediment-laden water. With the capability to turn 90 degrees within 10 feet, the tommy can easily create a J-hook to detain water – now prescribed and required by many regulatory agencies.
Easy turning also means maneuvering around obstacles on the construction site, and stability on slopes and tight areas. The tommy can be operated in many more locations than a trencher – again with significant time - savings and effective installations.
A rule of thumb might be that if you
can’t install with
a tommy, it isn’t an appropriate location for silt fence.
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