Marine Infrastructure

Marine infrastructure

Used to protect marine infrastructure from water forces

Marine infrastructure refers to a range of structures designed to withstand the forces of water and protect properties along coastlines, waterways, or harbors. Wish rising sea levels and frequent storms, the need for robust and reliable marine structures has become more critical than ever before. Coastal seawalls and bulkheads, ports and marinas, and lakes and waterways are just a few examples of the types of structures needed to ensure the safety of the building and people in these areas. 

The benefits of JET Filter System’s weep hole component include improved strength and longevity of marine infrastructure, protection against water damage, and reduce repair costs. It also helps to manage water flow and prevent damage caused by water pressure behind the structure.

With rising sea levels and regular storms, it is more important than ever to have reliable solutions to protect communities against the forces of water. 

Don’t wait until the damage is already done. Make sure you have a proper drainage system in place and contact JET Filter today!


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Coastal Seawalls & Bulkheads

Along coastlines, seawalls can be used to prevent waves and rising waters from eroding away land. Weep hole components like the JET Filter release the water pressure behind seawalls, which helps to increase the life of the structure. For additional information on Coastal Seawalls & Bulkheads, click below.

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Ports & Marinas

Ports and Marinas also feature marine infrastructure that faces some of the toughest conditions at times. For additional information on Ports & Marinas, click the read more button below.

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Lakes & Waterways

Lakes and Waterways can be great areas for recreational and commercial use. Walkways, canals, and seawalls are used for ease of access and to contain bodies of water. For additional information on Lakes & Waterways, click below.