Backed by civil engineers, marine contractors, project managers, government and state officials. A lack of erosion control is a vital issue among a retaining wall design. One common problem is wall movement in addition to tieback/whaler tension, toe failure, horizontal cracking and panel separation.
Weep holes are created to relieve the hydrostatic and hydrodynamic water pressure from behind the wall without causing soil loss and/or sinkholes. It's very important to have access to the erosion control fabric from behind the wall that inevitably will clog and/or deteriorate over time if not properly maintained.
The key component of the flush-mount JET Filter System is the ability to remove the inner filter cartridge from the front face of any retaining wall design which can be maintained to get the most life expectancy of any wall installed. The weep hole systems can be easily installed on any new or existing earth retaining structures.